I believe, a designer should always maintain a weblog, journal, diary, or even a blog to come up with design ideas, things that you have learned, or a set of design rules/guidelines to help other designers to grow.
My name is Abinash Mohanty, and Iâ€™m also a design blogger from India. You know what…mostÂ designers think the other designer is way better when it comes to things like design thinking, projectÂ planning, writing a case study, or even taking ownerships.
But the real truth is there is no shortcut to successÂ being a designer.
To be different, one has to study, observe, learn and practice something more than what others do.
So here is my little storyâ€¦ Continue reading
Google is one of best hubs for searching ideas, How? I always use Google Search as a hub when it comes to â€œasking questions“. For example, I searched â€œwho designed Eiffel Tower?â€, Google came up with my answer within a second. That was quick and for generic information right! So how do we get Design Feedback via Google? Letâ€™s get started.
Why do we use a photo frame? Some use them to protect while others for photo enhancement. Bad photo frames can spoil the look of your photographs. Your selection criteria may include qualities, finishes, textures, detailing, pricing, appearance, materials & colors. If you are designer, sculpture or even a photographer, you know how difficult it is to showcase your creative work especially when it comes to online portfolio services. Design schools can guide you but never teach you what to select. Continue reading
During my graphic design year, we came to know how to create a logo by studying the client brief that talks about brief of the project, target group, colors, typography and so on. We were under the impression that every client would give you such brief in the corporate world. The fact is that you won’t likely get such brief from client directly because they are new to such format and process, and that’s how this post comes in.
If you are just started your freelance career as logo design then you must have faced this scenario during your first client visit. But not anymore, the following guidelines would cover almost everything that you would Continue reading