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Category Archives: Design Project Management

Logo Design Process of Inspirational Graphic Designer Jon Sandruck

Logo Design Process of Inspirational Graphic Designer Jon Sandruck
Do you want to learn about the logo design process from a logo designer who is going to have two of his logos to be included in the inspirational Logo Lounge 5? Then please welcome the very talented Jon Sandruck. Today Jon Sandruck is going to detail [...]

Logo Design Creation Process from Start to Finish by Expert Graphic Designer - Jose Soto

Within this article, I am going to detail the “six steps” that I took to design the logo for the “Seventh Congress of Zoos and Aquariums”

Logo Design Creation Process from Start to Finish by Expert Graphic Designer - Mark Misenheimer

This article was written by the very talented, Mark Misenheimer of Misenheimer Creative, Inc. Mark is an expert freelance graphic designer who has been in the design business for years. He has documented the design of a logo from start to finish in order to help other graphic designers. I know that you will learn something from this tremendous logo design article.

Getting a Handle on the Creative Process for Graphic Designers

The Graphic Design industry is very competitive, and trust me, it can certainly get stressful and frustrating at times. However, it doesn’t always have to be that way. Here, I have broken down my design process. This is how I create my design layouts from start to finish. Basically, with some focus, structure, and a little bit of talent, creating rewarding and professional design work can be produced more efficiently and with less stress.

Designing A Catalog From Conception To Completion - A Catalog Design Tutorial

Designing A Catalog From Conception To Completion
By Elle Phillips, Elle Phillips Design
We are very excited to have Elle Phillips guest write for us this week. Please visit her fabulous portfolio to see more of her wonderful work. You will find that this catalog design article is very well written, informative, and extremely helpful. [...]

How a Fairy Tale Graphic Design Project Would Go From Start to Finish

How a Fairy Tale Graphic Design Project Would Go From Start to Finish - Get More Clients and Feel Less Stressed
By Lois Knight

Once upon a time there were three bears”¦no, no, wrong fairytale, sorry about that. Once upon a time there were three graphic designers living in the lap of luxury, projects seeming to start [...]

Should Graphic Designers Sketch For Their Design Projects?

To Sketch or Not to Sketch? That is the Question.

By Lois Knight
Should Graphic Designers Sketch For Their Design Projects?

And it is a very good one. Why do we need to sketch if we are designers? Most of us have no talent as artists, even though we may be top producing in our field. [...]

Talking about Graphic Designers and Speculative Work

 It starts off simple enough. A prospective client calls and says, “Show us a few mock up ideas and we’ll pick which one we like.” Unfortunately that is exactly how speculative work or “spec” work originates, which is immensely frowned upon in the graphic design industry.

A Conversation About Speculative Work In Graphic Design - [...]

How to Reuse an Old Design Project for a New Project

 
Provided you have not sold all rights to first client, you can reuse your graphic design projects. And even if you sold all rights to the work, you can still reuse some of the design elements within your work. How do you keep the design original looking for the new work? Here are some ways [...]

The Free Mockup - Should you give them to customers

 

The Free Mockup - Should you give them to customers
 
by Ben Baker
 
In the newspaper biz, we call this an Ad Proof. We supply proofs to customers for a variety of reasons.
 
1) By handing the customer a proof, you are putting the burden of making sure the copy is correct on the customer. In cases where [...]

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