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Loving this mix of warm and cold shades.
As the summer started here in the US, I thought about our camping plans for the spring that had to be postponed due to what-must-not-be-pronounced. Maybe on fall through…
Starting a new #dailylogochallenge to improve my skills. That’s the first one.
The brief: design a Rocketship logo using one of the proposed names. I chose Quasar.
Starting a business is not easy, and making it successful is what separates real entrepreneurs from amateurs. Let’s see some reasons why new businesses fall short.
In the absence of useful content, graphic design becomes completely useless. The reality is that great graphic designs and a good copy always complement each other. Let’s dive deeper in this subject.
There are certainly some businesses for which the DIY route might make sense. Perhaps it’s a temporary approach until the business is thriving enough to justify longer-term investment in your web presence. Here are some of the main reasons why these DIY websites suck.
The color palette of the week is a facelift of an old illustration of mine. This one was done by the time I had my semester abroad in London in 2012.
When you are considering different ways of increasing sales, never overlook the branding aspect of your business to help you sell. How exactly that happens? Let’s dive in.
Have you ever secretly wondered, what’s so great about the Mona Lisa? The answer is the Golden Ratio. In this post, we’ll learn the relation between the Italian mathematician and graphic design.
There are numerous SEO strategies you can use to increase traffic to your website. But, Local SEO has proved to be the most effective.In today’s world, where technology is the new normal, every business owner, regardless of how small or big their business is, needs to...
Watch me build a brand for Geek Natural, a new blog about urban and sustainable farming. In this time-lapse, you’ll see my step-by-step logo design process on a real-case scenario.
Our color palette of the week it’s featuring bright 80s inspired neon colors in a retro-futuristic scene. 👉 Swipe to see it in action.
We were supposed to travel to California and road trip from San Francisco to LA this past March, but… you know what happened, right.
In a story, audiences must always know: who the hero is, what the hero wants, who the hero has to defeat, what tragic thing will happen if the hero doesn’t win and what wonderful thing will happen if they do. Let’s look at how this framework plays out in a familiar story.