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The following interview advice for graphic designers was written by Lee Newham of Good People.
A quick selection of recent graphic tees and clothing I thought you might like.
Questions answered in this post include: Do you still figure out your prices approximately by the hour? If graphic design wasn’t your career, what do you think you would have been doing? Aside from word of mouth, what would you say is the best way to find new work when starting out alone?
I’ve been reading through Marks of Excellence: the history and taxonomy of trademarks, by Per Mollerup. Here’s a glimpse of what to expect inside.
Valuable tips for writing graphic design briefs, kindly provided by Sharon Hayes who has worked as a graphic designer since 1994.
It’s up to us to convince potential clients that our services are worth paying for.
If asked what graphic design is, could you answer in one sentence?
My website is amongst the HOW top ten for designers. Quite the honour.
50 graphic design blogs, authored by some very talented graphic designers. Enjoy the inspiration.
The environment is under more threat today than it ever has been, and responsibility lies with all of to do what we can to help. Here are three very simple steps that designers can take to help the environment.
In celebration of my one year blog anniversary I’ve given away some fantastic prizes, kindly donated by a host of excellent blog authors.
To celebrate the one year anniversary of my graphic design blog, here’s a $4,000 prize giveaway.
Six minutes well-spent — Milton Glaser talking about art and design.
So if a novice can work their way around a photo manipulation or page layout program, why do designers still charge large sums for their services?
How do you advertise an event that features some of the world’s finest musicians? Simple. With a stunning piece of visual artistry.
Bob Gill’s Graphic Design as a Second Language. Great book.
Designers have been creating laws and rules for as long as I’ve been learning, but just how important are they to you?
Light-drawing and light-writing is getting a fair bit of attention lately.
So, when do you consider you are a successful designer?
Any graphic design project needs a detailed design brief. There are two main reasons:
I’d like to give you credit for implementing what I believe is an excellent design element into your website or blog. Be it a great logo, footer, use of imagery, or something unique that I’ve not seen anywhere else. Hence my humble Creative Design Awards.
When it comes to seeing a logo that makes you wonder, “Why didn’t I think of that?”, what is it about the design that gives that impression?
How different is graphic design in the United States from the rest of the world?
Forget Apple. Forget Adobe. The three most important design tools known to man and woman are (in reverse order of importance): A nutritious breakfast A sketch pad (pencil…