Posts categorized as: Resources

Logo Design Toolbox: 60+ Resources for Logo Design

by Steven Snell

October 12, 2009 in Resources

Logo design is of particular interest and focus to many web and graphic designers. In this post we will feature more than 60 resources for logo design including sources of inspiration, blogs, tutorials, articles and case studies. If you have other suggestions for logo-related resources please leave a comment.

Logo Design Inspiration:

There are many excellent resources for finding logo design inspiration. Here are more than 20 for you to check out. Some are galleries dedicated to logo design and others include a specific section or category for logo design.

LogoPond

Logo Design Resources

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The A-Z List of Free Serif Fonts for Design

by Callum Chapman

October 6, 2009 in Resources

It’s almost impossible to have too many fonts installed on your system, especially when it comes to Serif fonts. So to help you add a few fonts to your font collection, I’ve made an A-Z List of some of the very best free serif fonts out there on the web. You can download all the fonts for free and use most of them in your personal and commercial design work. This is my first post for DesignM.ag – if all goes well hopefully you’ll be seeing more of me in the future!

A is for Apple Garamond

Apple Garamond

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30 Fresh and Useful Photoshop Actions

by Steven Snell

September 30, 2009 in Resources

In the past we’ve published three collections of Photoshop actions and response to those posts has been very good. Today we’ll feature 30 more actions, many of them have been released since our last collection was published. For more Photoshop actions, please see:

Action 01

Action 01

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12 CRM Options for Freelancers

by Steven Snell

September 17, 2009 in Resources

Freelancers are typically in communication with a lot of clients and potential clients at any given time. It’s important to be able to keep track of your contacts and to have an organized approach to provide service to them, not to mention the need to keep track of professional contacts in your network.

Gmail, Thunderbird and Outlook all offer some contact management features in addition to email, and in this post we’ll look at other resources that can also help you with CRM (customer relationship management).

There are a lot of options for CRM and many different types of professionals that use these resources. Some of the more robust options are better-suited for large sales forces and (in my opinion) are more than what is necessary for a freelancer or a small design studio. Not surprisingly, those options also tend to carry higher price tags. Here we will look at affordable (and some are even free) options that may be a good fit for designers.

BatchBook

BatchBook

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