Attempting to think of an online approach while standing at the drafting board without asking yourself questions and getting professional guidance is a little like trying to build a house without the proper tools. It’s necessary to think of this approach not as a trial and error, but as a way to start right out [...]
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Graphic design isn’t what it used to be. The creation of the internet and its ever-expanding opportunities has created a whole breadth of opportunities for graphic designers, from a much more open job market to opportunities to really display great portfolio work–from videos to typography to web development/design pieces. Check out some of these online [...]
There’s been a lot of speculation and arguing about the possibility of a “new” logo design for MSU Spartans (see the trademark registration and make your own guess as to why it exists). I won’t spend a lot of time trying to speculate whether or not MSU is indeed changing their logo, but if I had a say, I would propose a cross between the original logo and the new trade mark…
Love it or hate it, I re-designed the Chosen Development website. I was growing tired of the Organic theme that I had developed for it originally. Though it was highly creative, it was too busy. I decided to go with a simple layout, color scheme and dark style. This a typical style for me, but I’m proud of that. Chosen development consists mostly of the work of myself and Shane who loves the new design also. I’ve also integrated our new Creative Brief Interview so that we can automate the initial research and gathering phase.