Brand Logo Design

Iconic Logo Designers Who Influenced Generations

Last updated on November 9th, 2017 Logo designing is a job for many designers and they churn out designs without making any impact on the industry and people. But logo design world had its own iconic graphic designers whose influence continues and their works are still seen as a guiding force for the new generations … Continue reading

Logo Design

Factors Affecting A Brand’s Logo Design

Last updated on February 9th, 2018 In creating a logo design, there are many factors that contribute to enhancing brand image of a company or business. Various design elements play a crucial role in making a logo appealing and capable of conveying a business message to the targeted audience. Here is a list of absolutely … Continue reading

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Great Cafeteria Logos That Lure Us To Sip A Cup Of Coffee

Last updated on November 24th, 2017 Cafeteria is a place where people frequent so often to spend some quality time with friends. Warm colors and other design elements used in cafeteria logos are common and so it is difficult to find varieties of design. Still, cafeteria logos with great design are examples that we can … Continue reading

Graphic Design

Glenn Greenwald Reveals 7 New NSA Crimes Against Graphic Design

Last updated on September 4th, 2017 Glenn Greenwald’s new book No Place to Hide based on his work with Edward Snowden is unlikely to change many minds on National Security Agency surveillance given the vast amount of information that the Snowden/Gellman/Greenwald/Poitras crew has already brought to light. But Greenwald is publishing a bunch of new documents to the web … Continue reading

Graphic Design Student “Redesigns” Iconic Dr. Zizmor Subway Ads

Last updated on February 20th, 2018 Regardless of what he looks like in real life now, Dr. Zizmor’s iconic ads are an integral part of the subway. Dr. Marvin Lagstein just doesn’t quite cut it, ya know? But one graphic design student at the School of Visual Arts had an aesthetic allergic reaction to the … Continue reading

Design Manual Reveals Rich Graphic Identity of NYC’s Subway System

Last updated on November 25th, 2017 Produced for the MTA by designers Massimo Vignelli and Bob Noorda back in the 70’s, graphics Standards Manual’ had a distinct design language which included a very simple yet powerful feel and was created to portray information and direction to millions. Developed at a time where corporate identities were … Continue reading

Graphic Design

Graphic Design For Non-Designers

Last updated on October 21st, 2017 Want to create great looking infographics for a presentation or blog post? Or are you in a need of a Facebook cover photo? Even if you are not a designer but have an interest in designing, you might want to try your hand at DIY graphic design! While there … Continue reading

Graphic Design Texture

Texture, A Crucial Graphic Design Element

Last updated on November 27th, 2017 Texture refers to the feeling a viewer gets when seeing a design. Amongst all the graphic design elements such as color and typography, the designers lay extra emphasis on textures. What distinguishes texture from other design elements is that you can feel texture. For instance, everyone can feel and … Continue reading

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