Are you designing a custom logo? That sounds amazing, doesn’t it? And Way too easy! Indeed? Is it that easy? Thinking that designing a custom logo is an easy process. That is a delusion. A logo design is not just some fonts, colors, some fancy lines and symbols, put together. A logo is a brand’s […]
Who doesn’t honestly love sophisticated culture? A three-piece suit with the cane & top hat seems to evoke the same feeling of a classy script typeface. Curly lettering with fancy linework has provided an articulate beauty in the design world.
With so many custom fonts you might expect all script writing to appear very similar. But custom designers put a lot of work into lettering which often turns into logos, posters, business cards, and other forms of promotional material. Check out this collection of script typography made for print and digital mediums. If you really love fancy design consider a quick look through this gallery with your favorite opera glasses.
A number of design resources are available online where you can build very simplistic logos from scratch. The incredible market of PSD freebies along with free font files creates an atmosphere of fluid creativity. It is much easier now to launch a project online and put together a quick yet efficient logo within an hour using Photoshop, or another graphics editor.
In this gallery I want to present a collection of logo designs for inspiration. Marketers and identity designers will know the amount of work it takes putting together ideas into a logo. But with enough practice you should be able to get the hang of things. It is my hope this gallery will provide a set of helpful minimalist logo designs for deriving other ideas on your own.
Internet entrepreneur’s are born every week as we see more and more websites published online. This is a goldmine of resources and the value we develop on the Internet is practically unmatched in modern technology. Having the ability to share information halfway across the globe is truly a wondrous means of communication.
For this article I want to share just a few basic marketing techniques for online businesses. When launching your own website or startup idea it’s tough to get your name out there. Bringing in some initial traffic is very difficult. But I hope to shed some light on a few methods which are slightly unconventional, but offer strong outreach into untapped markets.
There’s no question that Dribbble is the worldwide pulse of the Internet design community. Graphics designers are always sharing their latest projects with the world through sneak-peek screenshots. These will often include website layouts and creative web interfaces.
So passing through the Summer of 2012 I’ve put together this gallery of 40 brand new website interfaces. All the shots have been created by Dribbble members, both real projects and for practice. You can learn a lot by checking out these techniques and applying them onto your own layouts.