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A museum of automobile typography

A museum of automobile typography
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Logo Design Love - The wheels of the web - Car photos - Car market - Car news - Car Pictures - Photo Gallery The Do’s and Don’ts of Dark Web Design Dark web designs are very popular and can have an elegant and creative appeal. They are also perfect for many types of client work however, they are not suitable for every website and should be used only when appropriate. In spite of the striking visual impact that these dark designs can have, many designers don’t know how to effectively pull them off without turning off the visitor. With a dark design comes less readability, less appeal for most readers and less opportunity for conventional design elements. In this post, we’ll discuss a few tips to make your next dark website design appeal to a broader audience, while letting you, the designer, express your creativity. A recent poll suggests that light designs are preferred by the general web-going audience by a whopping 47%. By contrast, 10% of those surveyed said that they always preferred dark backgrounds for websites, while another 36% said that the best choice would depend on the type of website. So, what’s the right answer?

Visual Literacy: An E-Learning Tutorial on Visualization for Communication, Engineering and Business Logo Design - Numbers in Logos Numbers in logos can be used creatively. Think back to your school days, typing words with upside down calculator. When your company/site/event has a number in it’s name, properly presenting it can raise it’s effectiveness. In this post, you will see some of the best examples of numerical logo designs showing how creatively designers have incorporated numbers in logos. These creative logos hopefully will spark new design ideas on building a logo around a number.

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