The biggest websites of today weren't launched online with the exact look and features that they have now. To attract more visitors and subsequently match the demands of their users, they probably underwent changes continuously. Their web design showed the most evident of these changes. Just how far had their designs came compared to their old ones? We compiled old web designs of the top three websites today, and show how these changes mattered.…Continue
Added by Christine Minto on August 16, 2013 at 3:50pm — No Comments
The times when a graphic designer's most common tools were pen, pencil and brush are gone. Today, the way a designer works on daily basis is different to what was before and it is mostly based on graphic design software which has some good and bad sides. At some point or other, our design environment forces us to upgrade the present software to newer version or to switch to a different program. And then, the graphic designer must learn the new interface, new functions of that version of…Continue
Added by Robert K on October 16, 2012 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Last post was focused on common graphic designer's mistakes when applying for a job. This post continues the matter, so... The best way to present your skills, experience, and education for potential employers and customers is to create a graphic design portfolio as an addition to your graphic design CV. When creating your CV you must remember about one very important thing - your portfolio is a separate item. Do not try to present your design skills within your CV. Suppress your love to…Continue
Added by Robert K on July 16, 2012 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Joel Stone is the man at the helm of Shrewsbury based design company Salop Creative.
Choosing a designer is not an everyday task. There are so many things to consider and so many questions you will forget to ask. The following is a brief guide on how to know if the designer you have chosen, is the right designer for you and your business. Joel says we should be asking the…Continue