30 Clever Business Cards Designs You Will Ever See Advertisement In layman terms, business cards provide information about any company or individual, there contact details and more. But for designers, it’s something more than that. It’s a small piece of paper which shows how creative the designer is in designing the information about company or individual in such a way, that it attracts potential customers. Today, we’ve gathered over fifty business card designs which can give inspirations to different designers who are looking for ideas for their next business card projects. Laptop Business Card Metal Pop Up Card We Are Designers Easel Business Card Art Unltd. Paper Plane Sergii Bogulavkyi Greeting Card Sylvia David Crow Funny Hair Loss Concept Caliper Card Smokeproof Press Bracket Pen Holder Card Grimm and Ribbs Shuriken Movie Card Gun Business Card Smiley MultiMiller Playing Card Jean Pocket Cuddly Bear Money Business Card Robson De Souza businesscard Mary Susan Vaughn Asterix Business card Rust And Martin Custom Business Cards Dylan Dylanco Business Card
7 Tips For Creating a Print-Based Design Portfolio This is a bold statement, but building a portfolio is quite tricky because everyone seems to have a differing opinion on how it should be done. Building a portfolio is about showcasing your work and therefore, it should be an expression of your personality and design style. Most online articles tend to offer advice on just web-based portfolios. I’ve found that information addressing print portfolios is sorely lacking even though many design programs still require them to graduate. Though PDF and web-based portfolios are becoming more acceptable, I still believe that nothing takes the place of a well-executed print portfolio that a potential client or employer can physically hold and flip through during a meeting. What steps can you take to make your print portfolio your absolute best? Get as much professional work in your portfolio as soon as possible. I’ve now been out of school for about a year and in that time, I have replaced nearly every class-initiated project with client work.
The Complete Digital Comic, Part 1: Sketching and Pencilling in Photoshop | Dani Jones | danidraws.com August 7th, 2007 I recently received a request to write a tutorial about creating comic book art on the computer. Although I don’t work as a comic artist, I’ve always been fascinated by the process. This was a very fun experiment, and I hope all of you, even you non-comic artists, can learn something new by this series. Supplies Software Adobe Photoshop – Photoshop is probably one of the best pieces of software you can use for sketching because of it’s brush tools and editing capabilities. Hardware Besides a good, fast computer, you will need some kind of graphics tablet, like a Wacom. Creating a Pencil Brush Got your handy-dandy Wacom tablet in front of you? In Photoshop, go to Window–>Brushes to open your Brush Palette. The Quick and Easy Brush In its most basic form, the only thing you need to make a good pencil brush is the default round brush. On the left side of the window is a bunch of categories. That’s it! A Better Pencil 1. 2. Give your new pencil a scribble. Working with Your Brush
Ultimate Guide to Business Cards Start the New Year off right with a new business card design! The Ultimate Guide to Business Cards is a very well designed infographic from BusinessCards.com Business owners can find themselves easily overwhelmed when it comes to working with a graphic designer on creating branded business cards. Often enough business owners underestimate the quantity and importance of design decisions (selecting typeface, font, card shape, size and material) that must be made in addition to organizing basic contact information. Below are some common areas that sometimes get lost in translation between designer to business owner. If you’re starting a business card or identity project we recommend getting a head start and figuring out the following elements for your project. I really like how the infographic literally shows the reader what each of the topics mean. Simple, easy-to-read design that tells a story nicely from top-to-bottom. Thanks to Chris for sending in the link!
50 Beautiful Business Card Designs By Janos Racz Long gone the days when you simply handed over a white piece of paper with your name and contact info on it to potential clients. Nowadays, who do you think clients will call first, the guy with his name on a sheet of paper or this other one with her name engraved in this colorful plastic wonder? And what’s that? You get the idea, right? This is good news to designers, since it’s yet another opportunity to come up with new creative ideas to present corporate identities or market themselves, and it’s also good news to everyone else, since having stylish, beautiful business cards is a great way to express your uniqueness and maybe even get an edge over the competition. In this collection we present 50 beautiful business card designs for inspiration, we hope they’ll give you some ideas and inspiration for your next design project! Business Card by XtrDesign Brandcore corporate by digitalAM e-kwiat.pl by RadASS Viewzi by SuperWindy Business Card Design by R3M1X3D . S.M.A.S.H. . .
30 Unusual Creative Business Card Designs For Your Inspiration at DzineBlog Learn how to earn $125 or more per hour as a freelancer - Click Here Looking for hosting?. We recommend MediaTemple for web hosting. Use Code MTLOVESDESIGN for 20% off We have seen, a business card can impress and make people notice and remember you. In this article we have compiled 30 Unusual Business Card Designs to give you fresh inspiration in developing business card design. Product Superior Letterpress Lettra MiTea Wildlabs Sandrine Abraham Kero Tudo Mehdi Tuchak Wes Thomas Jae Salavarrieta Taberu Me Awp Express Timebomb Kustoms (e)Studios Aqua State Systems Radio Two in the bush Mineral Spring Water Dept of Energy Casabella 1scale1 Lela Cehovin Alteroy Orient Express Charlotte Simonsen from Lego Murillo Design Edinei Montingelli Derek Royer Lindsey Casabella Basta About brantwilson Brant Wilson is a staff writer for the DesignMag network.
Create the perfect design portfolio: 30 pro tips | Portfolios How much time do you spend improving your portfolio? Be honest - does it showcase your best stuff? Whether your design portfolio is physical or digital, read on to discover how to create the perfect portfolio today! There's nothing more important to your career than presenting your best work in an attractive, professional and accessible way. So for this article we've spoken to leading designers, illustrators and creatives and pulled together a selection of great tips and advice for dusting off a tired design portfolio and making it the very best it can be for that design job that you've discovered on the Creative Bloq jobs board. We've divided the tips into physical and online portfolios - let's start with the physical... Physical portfolios Physical design portfolios are one-off paper creations, so they can be tailored to the job you are applying for. 01. How many examples should a design portfolio include? 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. Online porfolios 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.
How to Get Pixel-Perfect Designs in Adobe Illustrator Pixels are not what most designers are thinking about when they launch Adobe Illustrator, but there are some pretty awesome things Illustrator can do with them. By default Illustrator is set up to be a resolution independent vector drawing and print layout tool -- in short, not for pixels -- but in this tutorial we will go over a few techniques which can add pixel-perfect design to it's list of uses. As regular MediaLoot visitors will know I have previously posted a few articles discussing the advantages of using Fireworks instead of Photoshop for certain design tasks, this tutorial will hopefully do something similar for Illustrator by demonstrating it’s widely unknown ability to work well with pixels. Background The inspiration for this post came to me very recently whilst working on a premium icon pack called Vector Application Icons, my aim for this set of icons was to create a collection of monochrome icons for web applications and other uses such as toolbar icons in iOS apps. Step 1
Dossier pédagogique / L'identité visuelle du Centre Pompidou Le Centre Pompidou vous propose de nombreuses visites, parcours et ateliers pour découvrir le bâtiment, les collections, les expositions temporaires, la création des 20e et 21e siècles. L'ensemble des visites, générales ou thématiques, offrent la possibilité d'établir des liens avec les programmes scolaires, adaptés à chaque niveau. Parcours, ateliers et événements de la Galerie des enfants permettent aux plus jeunes dès 2 ans, de se familiariser à l'art moderne et contemporain par la manipulation ou l'expérimentation. Le programme d’activités Visites des collections permanentes et des expositions temporaires Les visites s'adressent à tous les niveaux scolaires. Elles permettent d'aborder les œuvres à partir de notions fondamentales dans l'apprentissage du langage de la création et sont associées aux thèmes d'enseignement abordés dans les programmes scolaires. Parcours Histoire des arts dans « Modernités plurielles » Ateliers Les ateliers pour le jeune public se déroulent en deux temps.
45 Creative Business Card Designs You Should’ve Seen Learn how to earn $125 or more per hour as a freelancer - Click Here Looking for hosting?. We recommend MediaTemple for web hosting. Use Code MTLOVESDESIGN for 20% off This post is next edition in Dzienblog’s Business Cards Design inspiration series • 36 Beautiful Business Card designs • 36 Cool Business Cards • 27 Creative Business Cards Business cards are so important when it comes to promote yourself on other people. Here is a collection of cool business cards to inspire you, which will also be helpful to you in designing you own business card, Hope you like this collection The mcsa certification courses providing best quality ccie voice products. About brantwilson Brant Wilson is a staff writer for the DesignMag network.
50 Fantastically Clever Logos I know everybody and their brother does logo roundups so you’re probably sick of them, but I don’t believe I’ve ever done one and there is a particularly impressive brand of logo design that I wanted to point out. Today we’ll look at 50 logos that are the result of going beyond the typical thought process and injecting a little wit and hidden symbolism into the design process. What Makes a Logo Clever? To explain what I mean by “clever” logo design, let’s take a look at a typical logo, (i.e. one that isn’t clever). The logo above is a nice piece of work. The colors are perfect, the lettering is masculine, the overall feel is athletic and the glossy effect works well. However, my favorite type of logo design is that which takes the assignment one step further. These types of logos make you smile at the brilliance of both the idea and the execution and have several layers of meaning that can hit you in waves. Visual Double Entendres Lion Bird Chad 2010 I love this one. Spartan DesignTent Ecotaste