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I update my blog as often as possible, so remember to bookmark this page and check back from time to time. Honest Logos Instantly recognizable, satirically re-imagined. These frank logo reinventions are the work of Swedish designer, Viktor Hertz. Ok, so let's be fair, one bite of a burger won’t cause diabetes and one glass of beer won’t cause obesity; but as the advertising industry shows positives only, so here Hertz has gone to the opposite extreme and focused only on the negatives. Star Wars Blueprints I came across these great designs by A2K Design recently and being a huge Star Wars fan, I loved them and thought I'd share them with you guys. May the force be with you! Split Portraits These wonderfully creative photographs are the brainchild of Ulric Collette, an art director out of Quebec city.
Mario's Enemies Reimagined. Book by fiftythree x moleskine: print-on-demand iPad publishing. Oct 01, 2013 book by fiftythree x moleskine: print-on-demand iPad publishing book by fiftythree x moleskine: print-on-demand iPad publishing systemall images courtesy fiftythree italian journal manufacturer moleskine and fiftythree, the company best known for their award winning ‘paper’ application, have collaborated to create ‘book’, a new service that brings your digital ideas to life as a custom-made hardcover notebook. the format has been designed uniquely for the paper iPad app, which allows users to print 15 foldout pages of their sketches onto FSC-certified matte paper. the print-on-demand publishing system has been developed to match the iPad’s 4:3 aspect ratio; there is no need to re-size pages, and the user chooses which of their personal drawings should become the journal’s cover artwork. in less than two weeks, for 40 USD, you can receive a handcrafted book made with high-quality HP Indigo 4-color digital prints. to see more on how ‘book’ works, see the video below.
NewWork. But does it float. Cketch.com - Chelsea Kight's Blog & Portfolio. Design Quixotic: design and other beautiful miscellany. One Secret that will Dramatically Improve your Online Portfolio. Published on September 10th, 2012 | by Alexander Singleton As a designer your portfolio is absolutely you’re most important asset.
It doesn’t matter if you’re this generations Da Vinci in terms of you’re design skills if you can’t prove it. Likewise having a world renowned reputation as a Photoshop wizard will only get clients to your door, unless they can see the work you’ve done before they’re not going to take a risk on you. So with that said, it’s vitally important that as designers, our portfolios are the absolute best they can be.
Now, I’m not sure if you’ve noticed yet, but you’ve had the good fortune in being born into a largely digital age. How a Client Sees Your Portfolio When a potential client is looking through your portfolio they’re trying to establish what you’re really good at, what your skills are and most importantly; how you might handle their project. What they really want to see, what they’re really looking for is confirmation Think about it. What So Many Designers Do.
3 strategies to help you get noticed in the design industry - Some designers are extremely successful.
Others linger in mediocrity for years. Most of them have difficulty getting noticed at all. So what makes or breaks a famous designer? Like in most businesses, it’s all about branding and building a name for yourself. And like in most businesses, it’s not easy. Branding, simplified If you do research on branding, you will end up with dozen of definitions and an unlimited number of opinions. In all that, American Marketing Association has the simplest and most useful definition: “A brand is a name, term, design, symbol, or any other feature that identifies one seller’s good or service as distinct from those of other sellers.” Having spent years in the advertising industry, I’d dare to simplify that even further: A brand is any product or service which offers a one of a kind solution to customers’ needs.
Whenever people have a reason to consider you a part of the special few, you’ve managed to create a brand. Becoming a specialist designer Peter Vukovic. The inspiration blog of Nerdski Design Studio.