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Are you learning something new in your career? How are you working to push the boundaries of design? Those are things that good designers do.
Creative Market has pulled in some of their most talented shop owners to bring you another amazing bundle of goods.
As working professionals, we owe it to our industry to mentor those just entering the field so they can become great… and not screw it up for the rest of us by lowering rates and giving creatives a bad name.
One of the most important elements for people looking at anything you design is the type. It needs to be clear and readable and it should direct users through a design, from most important elements to least.
An essential part of what makes someone connect with design is emotion and feeling. And these are two things that can be hard to predict, describe and design.
One of the biggest misconceptions of working as a freelancer is that it means working alone. It’s actually very much quite the opposite.
I’ve been bouncing all over the place this week, and this week in design reflects that. From a list of ways to develop more effective media queries to a great look at design contest winners to the evolution of the beacon and design, there’s a design smorgasbord in store for you.
Temporary placement agencies get a bad rap from many freelance creatives. Some for good, or rather bad reasons and others because freelancers don’t understand the subtleties involved with these agencies.
Almost every design project you encounter will include type of some kind. And it’s very likely that that type will start as a font on a computer, unless you create it yourself.
Do you ever have one of those weeks where you just feel like you need some career advice? The end of summer always feels like the right time.
One of the most important locations on your website is the footer. Yes, seriously. It may not be the area of the greatest design or most impressive content but it is a place where users frequently look for information.
We all have them – design projects we’d like to take back. Some of them you can attribute to a bad design brief or youth; others you just want to hide forever.
Be inspired. Get a raise. Learn something new. Have fun. Those are the goals of every designer at some point in their careers.
Think of how many patterns you follow in your daily routine. From waking up and getting ready for work to falling asleep each night, the day is filled with these small repeating elements that create order and calm.
One of the most complex jobs you can take on as a designer is getting something ready for book-style printing.
Do you ever stop to think about what’s beyond the things you are designing today? What’s next in design and publishing?
When the internet allowed people to live and work remotely, it trumped FedEx’s overnight delivery with instant delivery.
Having a website in today’s market is not enough. You also need see how your visitors are really using your website.
One of the biggest challenges that comes with working from home is the loss of a day-to-day design trend network.
For many people vacation season, is in full swing.So this week in design we are having a little fun. From a great debate over the difference between a logo and symbol, to fun “commandments” for freelancers, to a typography contest, there’s a little something for everyone.