Last week, when I compiled what I thought were the absolute http://designerscouch.org/show_article/168/best-and-worst-logo-redesigns.html and company re-branding that exist out there, I thought I did a pretty good job getting all the little rants and raves off my chest. Turns out, there are still more people out there committing glorious and utterly wrong acts of corporate branding and logo design. And so, part two:
When searching for good resources on User Experience it's easy to get fed mis-information. And designing the right User Experience requires vital and key information that cannot be misleading, simply because the success of your site or application depends on it. And many times the User Experience (UX) aspect of a design is overlooked.
This is part two of the 8 Step Marketing Guide for Designers. Use the ideas below and in part one to take advantage of the economic climate, and position your unique skills and value proposition for a terrific 2010.
There are some real advantages to being a freelance designer right now. With organizations of all sizes pressed to continue to trim costs, clients are on the lookout for less pricey solutions than the traditional ad agency model. This 8-step 2010 Designers’ Marketing Guide will help you take advantage of the current economic climate and build your business throughout the year and beyond.
The Adventures of Tap & Tap at DesignersCouch Begins! Being amazed by the design of the greatest Couch ever created, Tap ( with the hat ) convinced Tap of infiltrating the DesignersCouch's main building.
If you happen to be the fabulous jetsetting type with a few hundred disposable Euros and nothing to do the last weekend in February, there pretty much isn’t any place on this lovely blue planet that I would more highly recommend being than http://www.fitc.ca/events/about/?event=101.
This is a collection of some of the craziest bus stop ads I've ever seen. They go much further than print to actually captivate and command your attention. Even if you didn't care about what's being advertise, you would be interested. Very Dynamic.
The New Year is always a really fun time; a fun time to drink way too much, a fun time to make promises to yourself (that you’ll kinda keep for the next, oh, 3 weeks), and above all, a fun time to think about what the future could possibly hold. While I certainly don’t claim any clairvoyant skills, I do possess certain stealthy cyber-detective techniques.
Boiling down the creative and consumer-related concepts of your company to one illustration is no short order. So it’s not without some degree of compassion and understanding that one should look at and judge companies’ logos.
Earlier this week, we looked at the first four reasons why marketing collateral still matters. This can be a tough sell for some clients these days. But understanding why solid marketing materials make business sense will help you make the case and win the business. Here are four more ways to help your clients understand why they need top notch collateral.
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