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17 Left-brain exercises for creative people

Most creative people are right brained and frankly, sometimes we work the right half of our brains way too hard. Being “right-brained” means we like to think outside the box, frequently disregard logic, and typically hate subjects like math and spelling. But researchers have noted that the brain works more efficiently if we not only work the side that is dominant for us, but spend some time working the less dominant parts. Therefore, the following are some ideas to help

Amazing print designs made without a computer

There is a long-standing debate (which I will not be addressing today) on whether or not software like the Adobe Creative Suite  enables designers to be creative and design impressive pieces of work. This post showcases an impressive collection of print designs made without the use of a computer. It highlights some of the front-runners in the world of graphic design including Paul Klee, Abram Games, A.M. Cassandre and more. These designers worked primarily in screen printing, painting, lithography, etc.

8 ways web design is changing the graphic design industry

In the last ten or more years, web design has become one of the most prevalent design professions and skills in the world. It’s nearly impossible to be hired as a new graphic designer these days without having some sort of background in web design. Dare I say, the world will one day reach the point where print design is being influenced more by web design than the other way around. Web design techniques are turning traditional print design on

How to make more money as a freelance designer

I love to do design work. I always have. But let’s be honest–I also have bills to pay. Chances are, so do you. But many times as freelance designers we fail to take advantage of the small opportunities to make a little more money. We undervalue our potential and cheat ourselves out of what we possibly deserve as high-quality service providers. Granted, you may not feel like your design is up-to-par enough to take advantage of each suggestion mentioned here,

6 Graphic Design Predictions made in 1998

I was recently reading an issue of Critique Magazine from 1998 and I found an interesting article titled: “6 Predictions for the Millenium”. The article refers to six predictions that Marty Neumeier (the author of the article and current president of Neutron LLC, a San Francisco based firm specializing in brand collaboration) considered would occur as we transitioned from the 1900′s to the 2000′s. No, he doesn’t talk about computers crashing or Y2K destroying the world, but he does make

How to get people talking about your design blog

In today’s world it’s all about sharing. People tweet, digg, stumble, share, sphinn, bump, blend, and more. The key to success of any blog is how well you make sure others are talking about your content. This article contains 20 tips on how to get people talking about your design blog. After you read the list, share your opinion. Get the sociable plugin Possibly the most popular way to share content on your design blog (assuming you are using wordpress)

7 Tips on presenting logos to a client

The research is over. The sketching is finished. Bad ideas now fill your waste basket and the best ideas have made it to the computer screen. After all the hard work, your logos are finally ready to present to the client. But how can you be sure they will be accepted and appreciated by the client? Below are some tips on presenting your logo comps to the client. Follow these rules and your logo proofing is bound to be a

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