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One of the things people remember about some companies is the logo. Along with a website, a company logo is also the face to world in the print arena. It's an identifier for the company.
When starting a new design project, there are five steps of the graphic design process in order to achieve the best results.
This is a great traditional Japanese semi circle seamless vector pattern. A great way to apply an authentic Japanese effect to your design. The pattern comes in two vector formats EPS and AI, as well black and white version to choose from to use throughout your design projects. The pattern is great for both print […]The post Traditional Japanese freeseamless[…]Read more...
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PowerPoint (the acronym being PPT) can make or break a presentation. In the right hands it can be a thing of beauty and in the wrong hands it can be a total bloated nightmare. In my experience I have seen both. There are bad ways, good ways and better ways of conveying a message using PPT without PPT being "in your face" and/or downright boring.
Many people have heard the acronym PMS but not many know it has more than one meaning. In the printing world there are many colors that can be used in designing brochures, logos, etc. But how does one let the printer know exactly what color they want for that logo other than just saying "green"? That is where PMS, or Pantone Matching System, comes in to play.