Category: Inspiration

Japanese Designer

Japanese Designer Transforms Popular Logos Into Usable Items

Taku Oomura is an award-winning Japanese Designer who came up with an innovative idea that made his name known worldwide. He started working on a project called “Trial and Error” a while back which received praise worldwide. Oomura took companies with popular logos and transformed them into useable everyday objects. How does he do it?…

left-handed lettering

Amazing Tips on Left Handed Lettering

Just as technology evolves, we, as designers need to improve ourselves by adding skills to our toolkit. If I had to answer the question “What makes a good designer?”, the list wouldn’t be too short. In fact, agencies look for multi-skilled designers that can cover more areas than just graphic and web design. Knowledge in typography,…

UI Designs

The Best Examples of the Worst UI Designs and How To Avoid Them

Think about how many times you went on a website or a mobile app and left because of the poor design? I personally can count multiple times recently when I was searching for something specific, and the website was impossible to navigate. Unfortunately, this is a trend that I’ve noticed catching on here lately. Let’s…

Polygraph Crative

Is Polygraph Crative the Perfect Agency? AOTW #14

“To tell you the truth… the success of every project comes down to the talent, expertise and service of a few key individuals on both sides of the team. Ours is a conscientious, award-winning group of designers, putting passion, craft and intellect into every design decision we make.” – The team at Polygraph Creative  …

fonts for winter

Fonts for Winter of 2018

Just as the seasons come and go, popular fonts do, too. That’s not to say that these fonts won’t ever be popular again, or that they won’t simply remain popular, but the right font says a lot about your project, depending on what season we’re in. I can already hear those sleigh bells ringing, so…

Liquid Creative

Liquid Creative Teaches Us Adaptability AOTW#13

When working on a project for a client, you need to know two things: the client is always right, and the client is mostly never right. People come to you with pre-made ideas, expecting you to get the job done. Your creative mind is visualizing the clients’ requests, and many times, they simply make no…

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