Category: Design

I Got 99 Problems, But Creativity Ain’t One

As designers, we have moments where it seems impossible to come up with one more creative idea. How do we stay creative after years of designing, completing project after project, being creative day in and day out? There are many...

/ January 3, 2012

Web/Graphic Design Trends in 2012

Design trends for this year are bold and aim to grab audience attention. The focus is still on aesthetics but functionality is also crucial. Web style is the procedure of preparing and developing a website. Textual content, pictures, electronic marketing...

/ January 2, 2012

How to Get Your Work Exhibited (if You’re a Non-Professional Artist)

If you are an artist just starting out, or one who pursues art as a hobby and you wish to get your work exhibited, as a non-professional artist it can be rather difficult to know where to start! You’ve worked...

/ December 30, 2011

6 Great Money Saving Tips For Designers

Today’s population has lost sight of how important and beneficial saving money truly is. Some people lack money management skills and, like all others, may need help in learning how to save. Saving money is very important, especially with a...

/ December 26, 2011

How to Construct a Personal Logo (Practices and Examples)

The job market today is incredibly fierce. With the economy in a slump and unemployment rates high, it can take months, or even a full year, to find a job. One of the best things you can do to enhance...

/ December 20, 2011

Using Your Design Tools at full Potential

It's always great to hear someone blame their computer or software for their own technological shortfalls. What? The two-year-old operating system on your five-year-old computer can't process CS5? I wonder why? The computer takes forever to boot up? It's slower...

/ December 16, 2011

Enhancing Website Performance with Multivariate Testing

Trying to grab a visitor’s attention is getting harder by the day. The window of opportunity is small and only getting smaller. With thousands of pages available on the same topic, the visitor is less likely to stick around to...

/ December 14, 2011