If you are a graphic designer or pursuing a career as a graphic designer your life can be quite gratifying. But you need to work hard to keep your design skills sharp and take your graphic designing skills to the next level. Here is an extremely useful infographic entitled “Graphic Designer’s Road Map” which features information to help you grow as a graphic design expert. This infographic by SmartPress suggest a few ways you can keep your graphic design career on track:
The internet is a beautiful thing, brimming with resources and tutorials for people who wish to learn the art of logo design. However, sometimes with so many choices available to us, it can be confusing and frustrating after a while. So we have picked 10 most valuable Logo Design resources to help you learn and understand the art of Logo design.
I am a lover of children’s books, especially the classic ones with timeless wisdom for grown-ups, and an protagonist of minimalist posters that extract complex stories or ideas in clean graphic elements; I am immeasurably delighted by these hyper-minimalist takes on beloved children’s classics by designer Christian Jackson.
While most great spec projects make the rounds among the Internet’s creative community, but not many see the light of day.
Here is a great elision to that case: Italian designer Marco Sodano received global praise for his creative pixilation of famous paintings remade with Legos. Marco Sadona said” I want to convey the belief that every child with Lego can become great artists like Da Vinci and Vermeer”
The official versions (largely similar but for the word “Imagine” embedded at the top left) were produced by agency Geometry Global in Hong Kong, with Sodano as art director.
Check out the official executions below:
With 6 days to go for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, before the goals, before the glory, there is an unseen game played in the locker room. Beats by Dre, which Apple confirmed it would buy for $3 billion, just released a lengthy ad called “The Game before the Game,” which may very well literally give you chills.
A young man, urged by wise words from his father echoing in his headphones, prepares for battle and for glory in the World Cup. The young man happens to be Brazilian football hero Neymar Jr, but he could be anyone. He could be an amateur or the world’s most famous professional. The point is, he is in the zone, and he is about to play the biggest match of his life.
What happens next is well worth the five minutes of your life it will take to watch the full video. Among the footballing stars featured in this advertisement are: Spain’s Cesc Fabregas, who kisses the ring his girlfriend gave him; Uruguay’s Luis Suarez, who kisses the tattoo on his wrist of his son and daughter’s names; and Mexico’s Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez, who prays on his knees as his father taught him. (You’ll also see Bacary Sagna, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Blaise Matuidi, Daniel Sturridge, Jozy Altidore, Mario Gotze and Robin Van Persie.)
Graphic design is not simply known for its creative factor, but also heralded for its attribute of being a captivating and gratifying field. Undoubtedly, when we talk about the world of graphic design, we will come across lots of fun facts to be heard. While some stories are the ones we hear more often, some still remain unknown to many people. Graphic Design has become a very important factor to be considered by every industry. Let’s take a look at this appealing infographic about a few Myths About Graphic Design.
We always try to share with our readers, a creative work with a focus on some single entity. Like in this post we are going to share with you over 30 logo designs inspired by woman or a logo design which need a woman figure as an essential part of the logo. After a long struggle of woman rights and freedom around the world companies like cosmetics, clothing, beauty, spa, NGO or even any business or organization are incomplete without the power of woman. Logo designers beautifully use the woman figure or curves to design a logo representing the true essence and charm of a woman.
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Looking to attract more customers to your website? New research on media sites suggests that using a “brain friendly” design might do the trick.
Researchers at the University of Missouri School of Journalism propose that, since the brain is engaged through motivation, the most effective way to get readers to visit and stay on a website is to give them proper motivation, such as invoking emotion with stories and pictures. The researchers also say that the simpler the design, the better.