As many of you know, I left for vacation last month. In hindsight, I should’ve kept this information private.
On the day I left, a hacker logged into my webhost support site and asked for the details to transfer the www.davidairey.com domain.
Full post: David Airey.com hacked →
Choosing a designer can seem like a daunting task. You need to know if you can trust this person with the reputation of your company, because what they produce will, in many cases, give a potential customer their first impression of your business. What follows will aid your search, and help keep you on track…
Full post: 20 questions clients ask before choosing a designer →
50 graphic design blogs, authored by some very talented graphic designers. Enjoy.
Full post: 50 graphic design blogs →
When someone tells you they’re a freelancer, what are your first thoughts?
Full post: Are freelance designers really suckers? →
A few people have asked how to create interactive PDFs, so here’s a quick insight.
Full post: How to create interactive PDF forms →
Dove Onslaught aims to highlight how todays children are bombarded with false advertising messages.
Full post: The hypocrisy of Unilever advertising? →
Here are a few things to consider when setting your graphic design rates.
Full post: First steps to graphic design pricing →
Yesterday, through a large increase in site visitors, I discovered that my Google penalty had been lifted. In this post, I’m going to tell you why I was penalised by Google, what I did to have the penalty removed, and how you can avoid a similar penalty for your website.
Full post: How I reversed my Google ranking penalty →
Every day, professional designers are asked to provide free services in the mere hope of being paid.
Full post: Spec work: bad for client, bad for designer →
I’ve divided my identity design process into a number of sections.
Full post: Design process →