A few months ago, I officially joined the hand lettering trend and purchased my own brush pens. It’s beautiful, personal, and fun! When Bryan and Shelly approached me to do their logo, it was a no-brainer that the logo would require hand lettering. No, it wasn’t because I wanted to use my brush pens for […]
I’ve been churning over this one since going to a women’s retreat in October. They were all strangers to me before but became like family afterwards. I doodled it repeatedly in a notebook I purchased while there so I wouldn’t forget it.
Judith Poe specializes in custom high-end jewelry design. Translating and conveying an emotion or concept in a beautiful piece of jewelry is Judith’s talent.
This is one of my favorite examples of collaboration!
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Robert Nissenbaum says, “At what point does the time, effort and stress of trying to consistently craft the perfect SEO optimized content outweigh the value received? At what point does trying lead to you simply NOT doing it at all?”
See previous article, “Color Psychology and Graphic Design.” The use of color psychology is key in logos, branding, packaging, competitive point-of-purchase, attention-grabbing, signage, and all other forms of marketing and advertising. Designers use color for identification and emphasis.
Erin Borges Designs LLC, led by founder Erin Borges, has created an innovative, new patent-pending gift bag, Cahootz™. Gift wrapping without the hassle!
Colors produce immediate associations and reactions. The subconscious registers the messages from these associations. Whether the root of these associations lies in instinct or socialization, a genuine reaction occurs.