Read this post and share your opinion on that...
Added by Tahir Akbar on January 21, 2013 at 7:55pm — No Comments
Business development is not something that can be done overnight; instead, it is a continuous process that needs to continue. You can set deadlines for milestones’ achievement but it is very hard to determine when our business going to be developed. Whether it is offline business or an online venture; every business needs development program. Looking at online business development, we find lots of…Continue
Added by Tahir Akbar on January 21, 2013 at 6:30pm — No Comments
Interview with real people, knowing true stories and learning from a fellow creative, this is UCreative Spotlight.
Happy New Year UCreatives! Let's start the year right by being creatively inspired as we bring you another awesome interview of a fellow creative. This month is extra special for us because for the very first time, we will feature a creative woman in UC Spotlight! Help us welcome, our featured creative of the month from South Carolina,…Continue
Here's the video to our interactive shirt gallery on natri.de which showcases the 1st NATRI shirt collection: minimal, geometric and typographic designs, silk screen printed with pantone colors on sweatshop-free, unisex t-shirts in a limited edition.
Added by NATRI on August 22, 2012 at 7:00pm — 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
Plenty talented and capable graphic designers notice their CVs filed within the circular file bin also called the recycling bin. The question is - why do these educated and gifted designers get their graphic design CVs rejected by employers? Generally speaking, most CVs get rejected because they are created by designers who just started searching for a job.
One of the 1st mistakes that several designers build when hunting for their first job as a designer is that they, unfortunately,…Continue
Added by Robert K on July 4, 2012 at 11:31pm — 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
I have a tumblr, usually reblog my fav pieces of designs, sometimes put up some of my own works in progress if I have time, check it out http://hillustrate.tumblr.com/
also if you care to check out my new site give it a blast, feedback welcome www.laura-lee-hill.co.uk
Added by Chris Gordon on February 5, 2012 at 4:39am — No Comments
Layouts play an important role in design. Resultful layouts catch the audience's attention and "force" to read the whole design. Think of advertisements or billboards as an example, where grabbing attention is extremely wanted. Through layouts designers can express themselves and communicate with readers as long as their designs are cohesive and well planned. Moreover, they need to follow certain rules. One of the rules is a path layout which will be covered in this tutorial. Also, we will…Continue
Added by Robert K on December 27, 2011 at 12:10pm — No Comments
When it comes to face retouching, the first step to success is to remove all imperfections that appear on the skin. The second step is to resize a part of the face (i.e. nose or chin) to give our subject thinner/thicker appearance. In this tutorial we will cover blemishes removal and chin & jaw reduction. Please note, we cannot just make the image too much retouched that it will look so obvious, and so we need to remember to maintain the original skin texture as much as…Continue
Added by Robert K on December 27, 2011 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Did you know that there are hundreds thousands of different fonts out there? How important is the style of font you are using in your logo, leaflet, on your website or shop's sign? Typography is a separate area of graphic design and it fascinates people. Every single font has different style & size; it could be serif or sans serif; it communicates the information in various ways than the other. With so many choices it is hard to decide which one will best suit your company's…Continue
Added by Robert K on December 27, 2011 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Earlier this year, I found out that Thundercats was coming back onto TV. I got very excited because back in the 1980s, Thundercats was probably the greatest show on Earth.
I rather like the new show, but there are two things that have changed that I find simply unacceptable, the theme tune and the Thundertank.
The original Thundertank was built by Panthro using parts salvaged from the Thundercat's ship after it…
Added by Ben Wright on December 20, 2011 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Here is a new set of designs we've added to our Fashion range. This new set was designed especially for white tees and accompanies our current range displaying the power of the female image.
Added by Ben Wright on October 4, 2011 at 1:36am — No Comments
We at Spicetag have created a new set of T-shirt designs for our Abstract range. We've had these designs for a while and we've now finally got around to putting them on our T-shirts.
The 'Runes' themselves were hand painted and optimised for T-shirt printing. There are more of these style designs to come - below are some examples but you can view the whole new set at the blog…Continue
Added by Ben Wright on September 21, 2011 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Logo - one unique font, few different colors, some abstract symbol and here we are – we have a logo. Really? Not relly.
What are the factors you consider when designing a logo for your customer?
Added by Robert K on September 3, 2011 at 8:02am — No Comments
I am new to ucreative and have posted a few pieces. I invite comments. You may see other work on my site at www.cindymartindesign.com. I blog on my website also so for articles of interest to graphic designers, please visit and read. Comments are always welcome on my site as well. www.cindymartindesign.com
Where do you draw your creative inspiration from? Movies? Music? Your favorite design blog? Or maybe inspiration is everywhere, just waiting to be found. How much do you let the inspiration dictate the outcome of your work? I would love to hear about the thought process of other creatives and how you get motivated to start a new design.
We've just put together a video showing a selection of our Fashion catalogue, and it's shamelessly 80s themed.
View it on our Youtube channel here http://www.youtube.com/user/Spicetag?feature=mhee.
I personally am a great fan of the works of Patrick Nagel. If you have any designs of your own inspired by Nagel and you want to have them on T-shirts, send them to us …Continue
Added by Ben Wright on August 3, 2011 at 6:00am — No Comments
Added by Ben Wright on August 2, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments