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UnderConsideration LLC

UnderConsideration LLC

Design You Trust 25 Christmas Inspired Free Fonts Resources November 30, 2012 Hello creatives! December is officially on so the most celebrated time of the year in most countries is just a few days to go. For designers and creatives, Christmas is not just a season for giving and a moment to spend time with loved ones but also a nice opportunity for possible design projects for the holidays. So today in You The Designer, we give you a nice collection of 25 free fonts just perfect for those Christmas themed designs you might be working on. DK Clair De Lune font | Download Source One Starry Night | Download Source ChopinScript | Download Source Candy Cane | Download Source Snowhouse DEMO | Download Source Mountains of Christmas | Download Source St. Santa’s Big Secret BB | Download Source Fonts-Lab Symphony | Download Source Harrington | Download Source Lane – Cane | Download Source AlaskanNights | Download Source Noel | Download Source Christmas On Crack | Download Source akaPotsley | Download Source XmasTerpiece | Download Source

Opinions on Corporate and Brand Identity Work UnderConsideration is a graphic design firm generating its own projects, initiatives, and content while taking on limited client work. Run by Bryony Gomez-Palacio and Armin Vit in Austin, TX. More… products we sell Flaunt: Designing effective, compelling and memorable portfolios of creative work. Brand New Conference videos / Individual, downloadable videos of every presentation since 2010. Prints / A variety of posters, the majority from our AIforGA series. Other: Various one-off products. writing Graphic Design, Referenced: A Visual Guide to the Language, Applications, and History of Graphic DesignRockport: 2009 Women of Design: Influence and Inspiration from the Original Trailblazers to the New Groundbreakers HOW Books: 2008 The Word It Book: Speak Up Presents a Gallery of Interpreted WordsHOW Books: 2007

Sticky Creation — Branding/All things Print/Digital Media/Imagery Original Penguin/ Taxi Boys&Girls/ Branding Eyeski/ Branding, mobile apps and website Devilfish/ Website CBS Broadcasting/ Advertising Leisurejobs/ 3-D animated website Emap/ Brad Insight pop-up direct mail Farah/ Lookbooks, posters and adverts Original Penguin/ Seasonal lookbooks, posters and adverts Phoenix Pro Fitness/ Branding, imagery and website Amanda Wakeley/ London fashion week invites and lookbooks Evil Bible Home Page THE CULTURAL JACKDAW Neil Watson | Typojungle Have a look at the showcase of Neil Watson personal creative work and commercial commissions over the last 8 years working in retail, luxury and fashion.

Icono Magazine | Revista Virtual de Contenido Real The most important page on the web is the page you build yourself The internet is an engine of connection. It has been from the start (email, chat, forums, blogs, social media...) One reason that so many of the most popular sites online are those that permit people to express and expose their ideas is that those are the pages we care most about. We go back to see how people responded, how the traffic is, what we can do to improve the page. Lifestyle media isn't a fad. We shouldn't be surprised when someone chooses to publish their photos, their words, their art or their opinions.

Hacked Flash Drive ? Graphic Design daily selection So you want to create a font. Part 1 By Alec Julien So you’re a brilliant designer, a master calligrapher, and you’ve learned all about serifs, side-bearings, and kerning. Now you want to create your own font. (What! You haven’t learned all about serifs, side-bearings, and kerning? Well, make sure you read all of the articles on iLT before you embark on font creation! The Crux: Font Editing Software All the brilliant design, precise calligraphic work, and deep knowledge of kerning won’t mean anything if you can’t translate your work into a computer-friendly format, which is why you’ll need a good piece of font editing software at your disposal. Font Editing Programs FontLab Studio is what I use to make my fonts. All of these programs operate on the same principles, differing in specifics, interface, and levels of options and power. Once you have a good font editing program, there are three basic routes to creating a font. Method 1: Draw it on paper Tools You’ll Need Are you artistic? Almost there. Method 2: Draw it on a tablet

Paul Rand – Corporate Identity Designs, Innovation and Excellenc Paul Rand was one of the most influential graphic designers of the 20th century. His valued contribution to the design medium is remarkable and acknowledged by clients and critics alike. His work received recognition in his early twenties due to his groundbreaking innovation in design, typography and graphic design. However, it was the area of corporate identity design during the mid of his design career, that he shot to worldwide fame. He is regarded as the one who has actually set standards for the creation of corporate logos, and that too, by devising the pre-requisites of modernity, simplicity and ease of recognition. Paul Rand was a prominent advocate of employing a wide variety of techniques such as typography, painting, collage, photography, and montage – creating a combination of elements to produce a distinctive and modern visual image, whether it was a poster, a magazine cover design or a corporate identity design/logo. 1. 2. 3. NeXT: Share it / Bookmark it

Design trends for 2011 Everything inside the design world is permanently changing, evolving and adapting into new ways of expression and communication looking to satisfy the new consuming needs and set innovative exchanging channels. 2010 made a huge closure for the final year of the first XXI century decade, we witnessed the rising of tablets (iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tablet among others), the demise of Internet Explorer 6 and the absurd fanaticism towards Flash (though it’s losing a lot of fans), which is going to be slowly replaced by HTML5 (we’re not saying that Flash is dead, only that HTML5 will begin to cover many of its current uses). Editorial disclaimer Of course that the common design elements such as typography, navigability, color and more have also changed and as you will see on this article, these changes must be apprehended by every designer that wants to set his mark during 2011. No more clutter, it’s time to clean things up More good examples Don’t be shy, start playing with typefaces

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