Being a designer who’s new to the field is overwhelming: Where do you start? What do you need to know? What tools should you use? How do you get design jobs when clients ask for your portfolio of work and there’s nothing to show them? It’s a phase in a designer’s career that’s filled with anxiety and self-doubt.
Can creative work be done on tablets and phones? I’ve always thought that a pencil and a piece of paper is infinitely more valuable to a creative professional than a very expensive touchscreen. But I could be wrong.
The ocean is a place of beauty. This collection of nautical-themed logos features boats, sails and anchors. These excellent logo designs will surely inspire you!
I don’t know about all of you, but I get a little envious of people who possess incredible illustration skills.
StockSnap adds hundreds of free high-res stock photos to their collection every week. What’s more, the stock photos featured on the site are free of copyright restrictions, so you can literally use them any way you want.
Business cards will never really go away. They remain an effective tool for building networks and keeping in contact with clients and colleagues. For those of you looking to gain an edge (pun intended) in your business card game, we’ve collected some fantastic examples of edge-printed and edge-printed business cards.
This excellent tutorial on CSS layouts will teach you how web page layouts work.
The world of freelancing makes it seem that you are “free” to do what you like, with whomever you like, and for whichever pay you like. Now, that makes it all sound too good to be true, right? Well, it kind of is, because “easy” is a word you can cross off your list of benefits in this job. Believe me I know, I’m a freelancer!
The free photos at the Made in Moments travel blog are beautiful and can be used anywhere you want.
This is the tale of two companies… Company A comes complete with ping-pong tables, a beer keg, climbing wall, Xbox, an unlimited vacation policy, and a fun-filled event calendar. Company B has none of these perks. All things being equal, which one would you rather work for?
Our brains are wired to see patterns easily. Maybe that’s why sometimes it’s so satisfying to look at pattern designs.