| Other Uses of Business Cards
Posted by Victor on 6/29/2012
Have you ever thought about using a business card for something other than exchanging contact information?
Graphic Design – Where Do I Start?
Posted by Victor on 3/9/2012
For those of you interested in learning graphic design, it’s important to get well familiarized with some basic guidelines and software applications. Once you are experienced with basic design programs, it would be a good idea to start practicing by designing a few business cards.
Copyright - Dos and Don'ts
Posted by Victor on 8/29/2011
Copyright issues are becoming more and more frequent. With technological innovations on the increase it is easier to copy, modify and share information whether it is text, images, audio or video.
CMYK- The Four Color Process Printing
Posted by Victor on 7/7/2011
In order to print full color photographic images, most printing presses use the same basic four ink colors. These four colors are placed on paper in layers of dots that when combined they create the illusion of “full color”.
Vector vs Raster- Basics of File Types
Posted by Victor on 5/4/2011
Ever wondered about the difference between file types and images? Most digital camera owners, graphic designers and graphic designers use two types of computer image files, raster images and vector images. Even though they may seem similar, they do differ in many ways.
Case Study: Classic Cocktails
Posted by Victor on 4/15/2011
To design a contemporary brand identity that would emphasize the Classic Cocktails brand as a modern and fresh but still elegant business.
Classic Cocktails - Private Event Bartenders
QR Codes - The Use of QR in Print and Advertising
Posted by Victor on 3/25/2011
What exactly are the QR codes? QR codes are very similar to the bar codes we see on products and packaging everywhere. Even though QR codes are similar to bar codes, they allow a lot more flexibility.
Designing a Smart Brochure
Posted by Victor Dorobantu on 2/14/2011
are as important as business cards
; the only difference is that a business card represents an individual while a brochure represents an entire company. Brochures usually incorporate a range of products or are used as another way to sell your services to potential customers.
4 Tips to Design a Better Business Card
1. Copy Professional Techniques
Posted by Victor Dorobantu on 2/2/2011
Look through all the business cards
you have collected from every imaginable source. Group them by industry and profession. Evaluate each pile of cards and notice the distinct fonts used by the professional printers. Most popular software packages offer those same fonts. Find a card from your collection that has unique placement of all the information. What appeals to you about that card? Why do you like to look at the card? Combine two or more cards and make your own design.