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As young entrepreneurs it’s important that we keep swinging for the fences. The list below is the most incredible people to learn from as entrepreneurs and we intend to interview them all…somehow. Introducing our Top 100 Entrepreneurs to Learn from and their best interviews from around the web…1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) Eventbrite. Invalid quantity.
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The Designer's Survival Guide - Curated by Richard Baird. Posted: | Author: Richard Baird | Filed under: Design Survival | 0 Comments A guide to help new designers master the logo design basics.
Advice provided by international industry professionals, edited and curated by Richard Baird. Research and analysis Spending time on research prior to the design stage is essential if you want to create a meaningful and relevant identity. Break apart the brief and look at the brands key values and ways to visually communicate these, remember to ask plenty of questions and if necessary draw up a document out lining your research results for the client to see and sign-off on before starting the project.
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