Catalogs are multi-paged printed materials that can either be stitched or wire-bound on the sides. They are popularly used as menus, service and product listings and directories. Like magazines, they can often be kept by customers for future reference or left in stores for daily use.
It is only but necessary to design these catalogs well and to only have its color printing done by a proper print shop. A good design and print makes readers want to read the catalog from cover to cover, and perhaps even want to order more stuff than they initially intended.
Here are 30 beautiful examples of catalog printing. We hope you enjoy the following designs.
Just like business card design, a brochure is another extension of your brand, brochures have been and still are a basic marketing tool to reach out to potential customers. Having a well crafted and correctly branded brochure design is vital if you are to catch a potential customers eye.
During the month of August I have seen some great business card designs submitted to the gallery, all the business cards feature unique and creative designs which really help stand out to a client when exchanging business cards. Having a unique business card design is a great marketing strategy and a great way to project your visual identity to potential clients. Take a look at these 20 business cards submitted during August 2011.
Long exposure photography is a talent that takes time and patience. The long-duration shutter speed is not for a photographer-in-training and it takes much more planning and consideration than snapping a shot here and there. But if they are done right, these photos can be the most beautiful images ever captured. Lights, movement and nighttime make the most amazing effects on these photos.
High dynamic range (HDR) images enable photographers to record a greater range of tonal detail than a given camera could capture in a single photo. Here is a collection of 100 wonderful HDR photographs, a great material for inspiration!
This isn’t going to be your typical tutorial in the sense that it’s not so much about technology as it is about design itself. It really doesn’t matter if you know how to use Photoshop or Illustrator if you are doing the wrong things with them. Tools are just tools, and they only ever obey their master’s bidding.