A Refreshing New Take On The Ultimate Logo Design Guide
Logo designers, like the great athletes of our time who say “I just try to improve every day,” can share the same winning mentality. If you are on a mission to learn and improve, this comprehensive logo design guide is a great place to start. I wish that I had access to a post like this when I began. This information will help you achieve the single most important goal of logo design – distinction.
A Must-Have Content Guide For A Brand-Smart Website
Which should come first content or design? Both. In this blog post you will discover in-depth best practices, insider nuggets, and common sense tips to absolutely guarantee winning content for your website. And for web designers, these are content tips that call for seamless integration with current web design trends. Sound good? Let’s get started.
Starting with Wireframes—Guarantee Web Design and Content Strategy Success
The purpose of these wireframe web design samples is to aid the client-designer relationship. Wireframing can save time and help new ideas come to light. Starting right is often the key to web design success. Seeing a number of different approaches at once helps clients consider their content and how it will relate to design more effectively. These design samples are intended to help designers help their clients to quickly jumpstart the web design process.
18 Famous Logos with Virtually Identical Letter Spacing
A client says “add more space between the characters” or “make the spacing tighter.” How do you define this space? Is there a there a “standard range” of natural spacing between characters? It seemed to my naked eye that many famous logos had a similar range of spacing that made them approachable as brands. I wanted to know if I was right by examining and comparing logos in a unique way.