Archive for the ‘Design work’ Category

 

KNOW YOUR TERMINOLOGY

January 18th, 2012Posted by admin

Are you aspiring to be a graphic artist? Spending hours a day reading tutorials and watching “how to” videos? Or perhaps you’re a business person trying to communicate with a graphic artist. Sometimes a simple concept can be hidden behind all the terminology and acronyms. Since knowing some of the basic terms is essential for [...]

WEB PAGE ANATOMY

December 13th, 2011Posted by admin

  When designing a web page, here are some key elements to consider: Containing block plays a key role for all the contents of our page. Without the containing block there would be no boundaries for the web browser and the components on our page would drift away. Logo is the identity space of the [...]

Choosing The Right Color

August 11th, 2011Posted by admin

When it comes to choosing the perfect color for your designs it can be quite challenging. You must consider what emotion or message you would like to convey in your artwork. Each color has the ability to represent various moods and characteristics. Next time you are creating print ads, new logos, or business cards, consider [...]

Why can’t I use royalty-free stock images in my design?

May 21st, 2011Posted by admin

Recently a few designers have asked us, “why can’t I use Royalty-free stock images in my designs?” In general, we do not allow for use of stock images, clip art or any design that is not considered original artwork. The main reason why we don’t allow for the use of such royalty-free images or even [...]