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Graphic Design
There are so many pre-made logos on the internet. Some sites even offer to make slight changes to the pre-made logo just so it looks more like yours and for a small cost sometimes even for free. But all such logos are not suitable if you wish to mark worth of your brand and company...
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What’s the next step after creating a logo for your business? Refine the look of your brand, and start using your visual identity to interact with the public. A great logo is like your brand mascot.
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Finding the right logo designer can be a super overwhelming process...It’s sort of like buying a pair of jeans on the internet – they look perfect online but when they get here, will they actually fit my squared off hips and chicken legs?!
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Logos need to be able to stand the test time, and it won’t be long until today’s hottest design trends look outdated. Design trends look nice on a flyer or advert, but if you use them in your logo, it won’t age well.
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Designing your own logo? Here are some really good reasons why we think you shouldn't.
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Your website is ready and up and running. Don't leave just yet. Here are 5 important questions you have to ask you web designer.
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A few people are more qualified for specific employment than others. Skills and personality characteristics join to make you great—or incredible—at your activity. With regards to design, do you know where you fall? It is safe to say that you are a decent designer? Or on the other hand an awesome one?
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Design feedback is an integral part of any successful design project, it gives clients an opportunity to review and critique a design solution that has been presented. It is the role of the design contact (the representative that liaises with the design team) to collate and manage internal communications at their end and provide the...
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A logo can be in what attracts or scares away potential buyers and even readers from a website. It is the one graphic that truly reflects the style and meaning of a brand. A lot can be said through it, which is why it’s important to make sure you choose the right one.
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A website says a lot about your business. It’s often your audience’s very first impression of the brand, which is why it’s important that your website represents your business in the best way possible and gives your visitors the best user experience.
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