David Airey is an independent graphic designer working with companies of all sizes since 2005.

How to widen your blog’s international reach

When I wrote a personal critique of Marc Rapp’s blog I mentioned his language translator, and how Marc’s audience spanned across countries that mine barely touched, I thought to myself, “I’ll have to try that”. The idea was put on the back-burner until today when I read Lorelle’s guest translation article on ProBlogger. Lorelle writes […]

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Here’s a great wallpaper image resource

Leaf and raindrops

Socksoff.co.uk is a nice wallpaper image resource.

Socksoff is a personal, non-commercial site, no pop-ups, pop-unders, banners or those pesky little ad’s that float across the screen. It first went live on 12th June 2004 with just a small collection of links, and has grown into what it is today, still a small collection of links.

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Here’s the re-design you asked for, any better?

David Airey blog header

When I asked what you thought of my blog, I had no idea you’d provide such great suggestions.

I’d really appreciate your thoughts on this new look for my humble logo design blog.

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Valuable tips for your blog design

Design quote

The design of your blog can greatly improve reader retention, so to help, here are a number of great post sharing valuable blog design tips.

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Poster design inspiration from Switzerland

Swiss poster 1

For the poster design lovers out there I recommend a tour of this Swiss poster collection. The one above was designed by Ralph Schraivogel, Zürich, in 1994.

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