Check out this collection of inspiring logo designs that incorporate clean, thin lines. View the full collection here at naldzgraphics.com.
“Logos today are more preferred to be clean, clear, and distinct. The simplicity makes it easier for people to perceive the design, thus making it easier to be described and remembered. With this current demand, designers have adapted the use of thin line in creating designs to their projects such as logos.”
Incorporating some aspect of pattern design in website design seems to be the newest trend in webdesign right now. Check out a few examples of how to incorporate this trend into you next design project. Read more at WebDesignerDepot.com
“2015 has inherited a lot of trends from previous years, there’s been a steady evolution of ideas — Flat Design into Material Design for example — but nothing as revolutionary as Responsive Design. Patterns serve a variety of purposes, from communicating a brand value, to adding motion to an interface, to enlivening the simple blocks of color that flat design favors. And the use of patterns, although not scientifically categorizable, falls into one of five broad and inter-related categories.”
Check out this behind-the-scenes look at the re-branding of the Milwaukee Bucks. Read more about it on espn.com.
“Uniform and logo designs are usually attributed to faceless corporations or leagues. You know the usual sound bites: “Nike designed these uniforms,” or “The NFL created this logo.” It’s rare that the specific people involved in a sports design project are identified, and rarer still that those people are made available to discuss their work.”
Here are some useful tips to keep in mind when trying to build a visual brand identity. More at Canva.com.
“Your brand identity is defined by how your audience perceives you. A long-standing analogy is to view your brand as a person. Let’s take it one step further and view your brand as a friend to your audience. And, instead of seeing your audience as a nameless, faceless crowd, focus on the one, ideal person that you’re targeting, or befriending, with your brand.”
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Here are a few examples of how to incorporate hidden menus in website design, posted by Designmodo!
“Use of a Navicon is a web design trend that forces us to take a look at navigation menus, their place in design and role in user experience. Although the concept does not diminish its significance and importance of navigation, it can provide designers and developers with more creative freedom.”
Looking for a little print design inspiration? Check out these beautifully designed compositions posted by Abduzeedo.com!
“More and more the web is bringing back the classic principles of good graphic design with attention to typography and grid systems. Besides that it seems that the web is graduating from the phase where everything should be above the fold, where density is better than well organized and spaced out compositions.”
Try incorporating shapes into your designs using these five creative tips, posted by Canva!
“Think outside the box and use shapes creatively in your designs. From framing your content to create emphasis to creating a unique text box, shapes are a simple tool that can be used to add professional effects to your designs.”
Check out these tips on designing delectable restaurant websites, posted by Design Modo!
“Designing around food can be tricky. Think about it: Taking a photo of food is difficult. How can you explain the aroma of a great meal digitally? But there are plenty of things you can do when designing a website for a restaurant. The idea is to create a fully usable website that makes people hungry and tells visitors everything they need to know before arrival. Here are 10 tips (and some examples of nice sites) to help you make the most of a restaurant website design project.”
Check out these inspiring examples of feather logos, Posted by Naldz Graphics!
“Today, we have gathered a handpicked list of beautiful Feather Logo designs for your convenience. Scroll down and see some of the best logos that we have found in the net. Come, take a peek and be inspired.”
Wanna see more logo designs? Check out some of the logos we’ve done for our clients here at Robintek.com