creativebeacon posted in Design 51 days ago
Powerful visual statements never fail to draw attention. Bloggers and graphic designers know that, in advertising, what you say isn’t nearly as important as how you choose to express it. In essence, design works together with written content in order to produce the desired effect in the audience, and to that end, they’re both equally consequential. In this context, finding and using a good font for text is paramount.
colinMD posted in Design 52 days ago
It’s the time of year when every blogger on the Web pulls out a crystal ball, dusts off the tarot cards and spends hours staring pointedly into tea cups in an effort to predict the trends for the coming year.The future of web design is already evident, we just need to look behind us to see it. Here are 7 predictions for 2014 that are already proving true, and how you can survive them.
Creativeoverflow posted in Design 52 days ago
Being creative is a daily struggle for some. Even though they might be professional designers, there are often times when we also walk into a creative block. 2014 is predicted to be a great year, but how will you as a designer stay creative in 2014 and make sure that you don't run into any blocks? You can follow my advice described below? That's an option.
creativebeacon posted in Design 53 days ago
Finding a really good creative job is a tall order. Sure, job search is easier thanks to the world wide web, but there’s always a great deal of competition for the very best roles.
EvanBrown posted in Design 54 days ago
Has anyone noticed lately how several brands and corporations are literally stripping down their logos? Are we are heading back to the basics in logo designing? Or are the companies taking a defensive approach to branding? Whatever the case may be, 2013 has surely been the year of peeling off logos.
An infographic displaying the 7 types of social media fans and the details of what makes up each type of person.
creativebeacon posted in Design 56 days ago
Everyone wants to be successful. That’s pretty much a no-brainer. Who wants to fail? I don’t. Actually, I never have wanted to fail at anything, and I don’t know anyone who ever has. One of the questions that I get a lot is: “Do I need a design degree to be successful?”. The problem that I have with this question is that everyone is different. It is tough for me to answer that for you, because I don’t know you. I don’t know how talented you are, and I don’t know your work ethic. There are a lot of factors that go into being a successful designer. Here are some things to consider when going to
creativebeacon posted in Design 59 days ago
If you look at how SEO used to be, then it seemed to be the antonym of brand building. Brand building was about building quality pages and copy, but SEO was about making as many links as possible regardless of the copy’s quality. The two are now converging, and many people are considering them the same area of focus. If you want to improve your traffic, then you have to improve your brand. Google has made significant changes to its search engine algorithm, but these changes are great for serious business owners who have been yearning for quality to be prioritized.