About 20 years ago the Internet was a fairly unheard of new concept, with quite limited options for the average Joe who wanted to check it out. Even 10 years ago there were still skeptics who though that it wouldn’t be around for very long and they could have not been more wrong had they tried it on purpose. The Internet’s become the go-to place for everything, from cooking recipes and knitting patterns (although, in all fairness, you can do the latter in Excel just as well) to plans for world domination and bomb making. Continue Reading →
Every company has some type of logo that they used to identify themselves to their customers. This logo could be brand new or decades old. Business owners occasionally feel the urge to change their logo. However, is it possible to redesign an existing logo? Is the urge to do so for an important reason and may it be done without damaging your company’s reputation or existing business?
Designing a website for online games is more complicated than the information-based ones. There are thousands of gaming-oriented sites on the web already, and the last thing you want is to have your site go by without being noticed. That being said, we have compiled some basic tips that can help your online gaming website stand out in this competition, and make your visitors want to come back. Here they are:
No business owner wants their logo or marketing materials to appear like an amateur has put them together. When a potential customer goes to compare to like companies, the one that appears more knowledgeable and appealing will often win them over. Attractive marketing materials are essential since they are often the first impression a person has of a company or business.
Unfortunately, hiring a talented graphic designer involves quite a bit of money. Many budgets cannot bend their budgets to accommodate this type of service. So, how does a company ensure they are not only hiring the right designer, but that they are getting them at the best possible price?
Film or movie posters are prints used to advertise a film, as, hopefully, you had it figured out by now. Usually there are several versions for the same film and most of the time they differ from one continent or country to another, which makes sense if we think of the cultural differences or the various expectations of the audiences. There are also variations on the same theme with regard to size and more recently, mediums of representation. Continue Reading →
Check out this neat infographic that explains the differences between serif and sans serif fonts. You’ll learn when to use one over the other as well as examples and web usages. Let us know what you think! Continue Reading →
We can all agree that it’s very difficult to define inspiration, as it’s a very personal process that’s tailored to your precise creative measurements. But if you are in a tight spot, inspiration-wise or really need somebody to take you by the hand and show you around, then read on. Continue Reading →
It’s that time of the year again! Yes, you have to do your best and come up with brilliant designs that whisper ‘Valentine’s Day is here!’ to the viewers. Because we sympathize with you, we came up with 10 (potential) sources of inspiration. Here they are: Continue Reading →
It’s back! the super-popular stock photo deal from Depositphotoswas such a big hit, we’ve brought it back just in time for the holidays! There are three amazing pricing options available. The more you purchase, the more you can save. As much as 89% off! Continue Reading →