There’s nothing more exciting to a designer than being given the chance to create or recreate a brand, and all that comes with it: from the logomark and logotype to the brand voice, design hallmarks, grids, font families, and colors. It’s a rare opportunity to mold a brand from the ground up and to create a personality that fits a company’s beliefs and values.
Blog Posts - inspiration
To test this just drag the frosted glass example in the top right of this page.
Ok, without wasting much of your time I’m going to jump straight into it.
The main components used for a classic frosted glass effect are:
Converting spot colors to process colors in Illustrator or InDesign? It should be easy, but it’s not. And you’re probably doing it wrong.
It’s June, which means the 2017 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity is underway. This is the time of year I always find a renewed sense of creative inspiration from reviewing all the great collective work the world is producing. It’s too early to call out key themes or trends from the winner’s circle that we can all admire and learn from; so instead, I’ve curated a list of some of my favorites this year, as well as some classics worth paying homage to that continually craft the case for creativity.
Perhaps it happens in your bed, maybe it happens in the shower, at the gym, in a theater, in traffic, at the bookstore, or even on your favorite meditation pillow - Inspiration is all around us! All these things we experience soak in and help us do what we’re called to do. Lately, I’ve found podcasts are a fun source of inspiration so I’ve chosen to share a few.