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Deciding on a logo for your business can be a very exciting time. It can also be a very frustrating experience if you’re not ready for it. Designing your logo is usually the first step towards creating an identity for your brand. Keep that in mind during the entire process. When choosing clothes to wear, a car to drive, a home to live in – you’re making these decisions based on who you are, what you want, your plans for the future, and even what you want others to see in you. These are decisions you make based on a [&hellip

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When users search and browse the web, one of the most important features they see, but may not even be aware of, is the graphic content. With the improvement and sophistication of graphic software, as well as the ability to upload and utilize images more easily in websites, graphics have become big business for the entire internet industry. However, where can graphic designers get together to share works-in-progress, get critiques, and obtain feedback for improvement upon their designs? Enter Dribbble.com. No, that’s not a misspelling.  Dribbble – with three b’s – is a social “show and tell” for creative designers [&hellip

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Launching a startup site is a huge challenge – when most people land on your brand new site, you only have a few seconds to convince them to stay, to sign up and to use your new product. In this way, a well designed site can make or break a startup. A lot of the newer startups coming out of Silicon Valley recognise the importance of design in turning visitors into customers. If your looking for help designing a startup site, our coaching team at machoarts can assist you. But for now, we’ve selected 30 startup sites designed to grab their visitors with [&hellip

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Kinetic typography is an animation technique mixing motion and text to express ideas with the help of video animation. This text is presented over time in a style intended to express or evoke a particular idea or feeling. Usually this technique used in movie title sequences and credits, web page animation and other entertainment media. Here are 17 examples of creative and meaningful Kinetic Typography (Motion Typography), we also added kinetic typography tutorial at the end of the post. The Social Network – “Full Attention” (Kinetic Typography) The typeface is called Klavika (bold). The song is called “Hand Covers Bruise” [&hellip

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Too much inspiration can be deadly: Designers with exceedingly fertile imaginations can have so many ideas going on in their heads that they lose focus and are unable to start a design process. Every designer comes across this problem. A recently-attended design convention, a web design story, a great film, or even a book can spark this dilemma. The answer to this is to design with a target in mind. Designers should avoid exposing themselves to stimuli that could confuse the design process. In fact, some web design firms prohibit their designers from engaging in anything that may affect the [&hellip

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Wanchana Intrasombat is a 25 year illustrator from Thailand. He is also known as Victorior. We are pleased to feature Wanchana Intrasombat as a Digital Artist of the month. Here are 19 beautiful digital artworks created by Victorior. You can find more artworks and more information about him on CGSociety, DeviantArt and his blog. If you have suggestions for any digital artist who has not been featured on our blog, then let us know about that artist and his/her portfolio link

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Every day, we push ourselves to come up with an original design piece even though we know by heart and soul that there is only a slim chance of making it. We are aware that most of the existing designs we see around us are all just recycled and combined ideas derived from other designs that existed before them. Yet for some reason, we still aim for originality, even though we are sure it is impossible. And why do we keep pushing to be original? Designers are always expected to be the pioneers of originality. Once they take that title [&hellip

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