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15 Design Ideas to Fill Up Your Portfolio

fill up your portfolio The present age of design continues to be increasingly competitive. As a designer, you need to meet or raise the bar continuously to keep visitors intrigued and fascinated enough to check out your portfolio. However, not every designer has a ready-made portfolio. This is especially true with freelancers, first-time...
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What Were the Top Business Card Trends of 2014?

Business Card Trends In many arenas, 2014 was an excellent year for innovative design. Minimalism invaded every outlet from web to advertising, responsive design improved, and design in all aspects became more about user comprehension. Business cards were among the formats that received new life from some of the hottest trends to...
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The Best Pieces of Advice Every Designer Needs to Know

design advice For budding designers or newbies, one advice from a pro can change the course of their careers. Producing ideas isn’t normally the problem – designers, newbie or seasoned, have plenty of that. Usually, it’s the self-doubt that creeps in, second-guessing if what you have in mind is the best...
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20 Everyday Little Things Left Unnoticed

well designed things “The little things.” Most of the time this phrase is used to describe why a relationship works or not. Like a conversation between two friends: Friend: What makes him the best boyfriend in the world? Girlfriend: It’s the “little things.” But these “little things” aren’t just exclusive to relationships....
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What You Ought to Know About Pairing Fonts

pairing fonts Pairing fonts? Yes, in design, knowing which fonts work well together is a very important step in creating a work that is visually appealing. Typography or the arrangement of typefaces and the matching and pairing of types is something that most people struggle with. It is difficult to know...
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Getting Over My Fear of A Creative Drought

grapes I’ve been a designer for almost my entire life, dating back to 28 years ago this coming weekend, when I made my first logo in a kitchen in eastern Ohio. For the better part of my career, I wrestled with one crippling fear – that one day, I would...
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How to Network Within The Design Industry

Networking Networking in any field is an important aspect of building and growing your career path. The creative industry of design and art can be quite cutthroat and competitive, which means that having a fantastic portfolio may not be enough to get professional designers to notice you. Don’t worry though,...
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