Whenever you want to send a message to your audience, you need to maximize its visual impact. Bloggers and graphic designers are particularly accustomed to using attractive imagery to ensnare visitors’ attention, and so raise interest about an idea or a certain product that they’re trying to push forward.
When designing your logo there are several things you need to take into consideration. You should really try reflect the purpose of your business in your logo. In this article we have found 25 restaurant logos that we feel were really effective in symbolizing their identity. Enjoy!
Are you an artsy-craftsy kinda person on a budget that’s always dressed to impress? Well you’re in luck! This cool how to infographic has just what you need from creating unique one-of-a-kind looks or creating merchandise for your brand using screen printing. Not only can screen printing be fun but it’s safe, affordable and can be done from home. All you need are a few basic items you can find around the house or at a local art supply store and you’re on your way!
Adobe Dreamweaver is one of those programs a web designer and developer really cannot live without, honestly I couldn’t imagine my life without Dreamweaver. To make life easier there are hundreds of extensions available online. In this article we have found 15 extensions we just can’t imagine living without, some of these are free while others are paid extensions. If you feel we have forgotten an extension feel free to share it with us in the comments below.
Don’t you just love going to a restaurant and seeing the day’s specials up on a chalkboard? Besides the inevitable drool dripping down your chin, it’s just pure fun looking at a hand-drawn menu with pure unique style infused within it. Wouldn’t it be fabulous if you could capture the pure quirky essence of that handwriting style? Well, now you can with the quirky Lunchbox Slab typeface from Kimmy Design.
2014 just started and now is the time for New Years Resolutions. I am sure many of you have created ones for general life, like stop smoking, lose the extra weight, however have you created one for your web design? If you haven’t then here are some suggestions you might want to add to that list.
The week is coming to an end and that means it is time for us to look back on the week that passed, the best design news, resources and other goodies. This week we look at amazing WordPress Themes, 2013 for web designers, as well as trends and predictions for 2014, amazing ways to showcase your portfolio and much more.