Logos express complex ideas and concepts with simplified illustrations and typefaces that communicate distinctively and effectively. They are one of the most difficult aspects of graphic design for this reason. Some logos are incredibly clever and effective while others are poorly made and fail to communicate.
Designers, and all creative people alike, may have difficulty staying motivated and being productive. We’re not lazy people – we just have stronger creative drives that may keep us from working on what we need to. Self discipline is universal though. Anyone can build self discipline and create a more productive work life, without feeling overly stressed. It may just take a new way of thinking about things, and a new way of doing things.
A logo helps create a certain image and feeling for a product/service which would resonate throughout the whole brand. No matter what it represents, it has to be simple and powerful.
Have you ever bought something just because of its package? Lots of people do this all the time and that is the reason that they run out of money and come back home buying irrelevant things.
The Rain Drum is an invention in the concept stage by Dong Min Park. It’s an umbrella that features various drum sounds, promising to make your rainy day much more interesting.
Wordalizer is a word cloud builder for InDesign CS4. Try now the beta version of this experimental script — inpired by the magnificent Wordle web tool created by Jonathan Feinberg.
Over the last year (2009) we’ve been collecting high-quality fonts created by talented designers and type foundries.
In this collection, we’d like to present an overview of 50 of the best Free, New and High-quality Modern, Handwritten, grunge, Cartoon style fonts for clean and professional designs in 2009.
Please read the license agreements carefully before using the fonts. Some of these fonts are for personal use only, make sure you always check the license before using the font.