There have been numerous creative logo design showcases, logo design resources and logo design tutorials posted across the Web. While these help you to create a powerful toolbox for your logo designs, first you need to gain a solid understanding of what makes a logo design good and what you need to consider before starting using this toobox.
Starting the website design process can either give you a really great feeling, or can leave you feeling hollow in the pit of your stomach. The feeling you get is usually dependent on how great of a kick start you get with your design process.
Distractions are all around us as designers, whether you work at home or in an office away from home. In order to maximize your productivity and work time, you need to cut back on procrastination. The more time you spend procrastinating, the less work you get done, which is bad news in the end. We are all guilty of it, so here are some helpful tips to avoid procrastination and start working smarter.
Poorly written web writing misleads visitors and wastes millions of hours daily. For today’s more than one billion Internet users, that translates to frustration. For your web design clients, it means missed opportunities.
Designers have often wondered about the secret ingredient to make a website appealing. The combination of design and functionality is something every designer wishes to implement in a site. Many successful websites have one main secret ingredient, not every designer is aware about. That element is website interactivity.
Design is everywhere. We see it in on billboards as we drive down the street. When we go to a restaurant and look at the menus, we see it. When we sit down on our couch and watch television, it’s visible on the commercials, advertisements, and even the movies and TV shows.
Oftentimes you can create a snappy design that just doesn’t seem to work – it looks nice and all, but there’s something about it, something you just can’t quite put your finger on, that stalls it dead in it’s tracks. We’ll explore four areas that may just solve the problem… or at least help you get pointed in the right direction.