Arriving at every solution requires cooperation from both the designer and the client. Here’s how we solved the Soto Consulting Group LLC.
This first year project was to design a themed cover design for one of the HOW magazine specialty issues.
After attending last year’s Wordcamp Miami, I was all in for 2012. The team decided to give me a crack at the logo.
Using Adobe Illustrator, the students designed custom masks, cut them out and glued them on sticks.
How I solved the visual ID challenge of a client that I never met or spoke to personally. This job was brought to me through Armstrong Creative Consulting.
Designing wedding invitations are usually cut and dry, but every once in a while, you find a couple who are open to thinking “creatively” out side of the box.
Using only the colors red and black, students were required to design a movie poster of a classic or cult film.
Here are 3 ads that the ACC team worked on to promote the services of Taxdrz.com
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If you can’t invest the time in developing and aligning on a good brief, why should your company invest (potentially) millions of dollars in A&P to execute it?
The PC is dead. Long live the tablet revolution. But what does the end of the PC era really mean for the future of computing?
I know this is from 2008, but I felt such a strong touch of Deja Vu, I thought I’d tell somebody about it. Have a great weekend everybody.
Designing a good logo depends on the level of detailed information provided in your client questionnaire. These 10 questions will give you plenty of information and ideas you need when faced with your next logo design project.
Kit Hinrichs, Founder and Principal of Studio Hinrichs, and Maurice Woods, Founder of the Inneract Project and Senior Designer at Studio Hinrichs, share a story of change with their Ideas that Matter grant.
How do you know what your work is worth? Follow these tips to make sure you’re getting paid the right amount.
Yes, it’s here. Already. CS6. Too soon. Definitely? Sorry to see it? Definitely not. It’s awesome. Not in the “They’re bringing back Firefly!” realm, but still pretty awesome as an app set.
Young & Rubicam Sao Paulo cleverly communicates the LG Home Theater’s 3D sound idea by showing you the ‘other side’ of well-known movie posters.