4 Smart Tips for Designers Who Get a Cease and Desist Letter

4 Smart Tips for Designers Who Get a Cease and Desist Letter

As a designer, you never want to find yourself on the receiving end of a cease and desist letter – a document notifying a person or company to stop some action that supposedly violates the sender’s rights of ownership.

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DesignBombs – One Stop Resource for Designers

DesignBombs – One Stop Resource for Designers

If you are interested in web design, in-depth tutorials, and cool freebies, DesignBombs is just the place you need to be.

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How a Blog Can Boost Your Creativity and Your Career

How a Blog Can Boost Your Creativity and Your Career

There’s this rumor that blogging is only something that natural-born writers can do, but that’s not the case. Blogging is something anyone with an opinion and a voice of their own can accomplish.

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How to Jump-Start Your Photography Business and Gain New Clients

How to Jump-Start Your Photography Business and Gain New Clients

Ever since I was a kid, I wanted to be an entrepreneur. Even in school, I was more fascinated with art, photography, and other creative pursuits. By the time I reached college, it was pretty clear to me that I wasn’t made for the boring life of a 9 to 5 job.

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6 Tips for Creating Stunning Business Cards

6 Tips for Creating Stunning Business Cards

Your business card can be an extension of yourself. Even though we all have phones and new means of connecting with people, the business card remains one of the most effective ways to connect with people. Make sure that yours properly represents your personality and what you do.

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Why “Less is More” Won’t be the Top Web Design Philosophy in 2017

Why “Less is More” Won’t be the Top Web Design Philosophy in 2017

When designing a website, an app, or portfolio, two things will always matter: the user and experience. A brand’s success in the digital space depends on whether users feel good or bad about it. The keyword here is “feel.” The emotional and intellectual response depends not only on how a brand works or how it looks, but how it feels.

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Branding Yourself as a Successful Freelancer

Branding Yourself as a Successful Freelancer

Most freelancers often misunderstand the concept of branding.

Some think it’s enough to have a simple logo design.  Others think way over the top and assume this concept only applies to large companies.

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Build Your Website Easily with Simbla

Build Your Website Easily with Simbla

Yes, you can create beautiful, fully-featured websites and web apps without knowing how to code. Whether you’d like to finally launch your business website, online portfolio, photo gallery site, or any sort of site, Simbla will help you get the job done.

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A look into ‘MIN: The New Simplicity in Graphic Design’

A look into ‘MIN: The New Simplicity in Graphic Design’

Today, we have Stuart Tolley, Art Director at UK-based Design firm Transmission Design, sharing the story behind his book entitled MIN: The New Simplcity in Graphic Design.

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An Interview with a Surrealist Artist: Alberto Matsumura

An Interview with a Surrealist Artist: Alberto Matsumura

We’ve always tried to feature artists on Design Instruct whom we think the community will appreciate. We look for artists who get their hands dirty, who know what it’s like to be a career creative, and who, most importantly, do fantastic work. Our latest artist feature definitely checks those boxes. Meet Alberto Matsumura.

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Freebie: Royalty-Free Landscape Stock Photos

Freebie: Royalty-Free Landscape Stock Photos

We just put together a fantastic freebie containing landscape photos courtesy of our friends at Episcura. Check them out.

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Why You Should Just Keep Going: An Interview with Illustrator Mario Carpe

Why You Should Just Keep Going: An Interview with Illustrator Mario Carpe

We come across many types of artists on Design Instruct. By far, our most favorite types are those who are unabashedly passionate and enthusiastic about their work. Mario Carpe is definitely that.

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