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How do we use blend modes to add depth to our designs, vertical text for impact and clipping paths to bring in character and energy to a design? In this article, we’ll explore just that.
LogoArchive was conceived, designed and sent to print in a day. It was inspired by a panel discussion at Somerset House as part of the exhibition Print! Now on to its sixth numbered release, LogoArchive continues to reconfigure itself with each new issue with the intention of surprising and delighting, particularly at a moment of …
As we wrap up the final year of the decade, the font trends for 2020 are already spelling out a bold, new era of type design. Read on to find out about the most exciting typography trends and font trends of 2020 and how you can use them in your next design.
Whether you are learning, being inspired or just keeping up with the current trends, YouTube has become a powerful tool for receiving information. Enjoy our picks of YouTube channels made especially for the graphic designer audience.
Discover how to craft great brand messaging that can help you not only earn a sale, but build loyal, lifelong customers. Learn how to use words to make the core elements of your brand appeal to your customers’ hearts and minds.
Discover the up-and-coming 2020 logo design trends that are taking design in totally fresh directions. This new design decade is a mashup of old and new. Get ready for vintage and retro throwbacks right next to sleek and contemporary logo trends.
The technical limitations of the mid-century—the need for a steady hand and a precise mind for mechanical reproduction—demanded that an exceptional level of care and creativity be given over to shape and space, association and perception. These considerations created a rich corporate and consumer form language and range of graphic techniques. These have been partly …
After the Olympic Games, the FIFA World Cup that takes place every four years in a different country every time is probably the largest international sport event in the world. With the recent release of the next World Cup’s logo, which was as usual heavily criticized by both designers and non-designers, we thought it would […]
This autumn, Coal Drops Yard in King’s Cross has some colourful new residents. Created by It’s Nice That, Double Take is designed to get visitors to look twice and discover something new about the area. We chat to the team behind the project to find out how they created an installation to stop shoppers in their tracks.