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Category: Graphic Design

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Design Desk | Copyright Conflict

How to protect yourself from copyright infringement and violations My uncle is a self-taught photographer. He built his own portrait studio from the ground up to become one of the most respected and prolific studios

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Design Desk | Outsmart Your Spellcheck

Learning not to rely on autocorrect can help you fix mistakes before they happen My mother isn’t the most tech-savvy when it comes to her cell phone. For a while, she got into using the

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Marketing 101 | The Importance of Storytelling in Print

Grow your brand by telling a story instead of just self-promotion. When you think of examples of great commercials or advertisements, a lot of the best examples are clips or images that tell a story.

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Design Desk | Print Design FAQ’s

The Top Five Mistakes People Make in Print Design Every now and then I like to do a bit of a Print FAQ refresh, because we get new customers all the time who aren’t familiar

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Design Desk | Type Culture

Design Desk | Type Culture

I am so behind on all the things I would normally be gushing about by now – I barely watched any of the Super Bowl ads and I completely forgot to record the Olympic Opening

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From the Design Desk: Applying User Experience to Print Design

From the Design Desk: Applying User Experience to Print Design

I didn’t understand for a long time what people were talking about when they discussed UI/UX design.  I didn’t even know what the acronyms stood for (User Interface/User Experience) for longer than I care to admit,

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From the Design Desk: Finding the Right Fonts

From the Design Desk: Finding the Right Fonts

It’s no secret how much I love fonts, especially well-designed script and hand-drawn fonts.  I will find excuses to use them in our own internal branding as often as I am able.  When it comes

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From the Design Desk:  Designing for Experience

From the Design Desk: Designing for Experience

My friends and I play a lot of board games, ranging from super simple card games to the complicated games that can take several hours to play.  Tabletop gaming is enjoying a sort of renaissance,

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From the Design Desk: Trifold and True Brochure Design – Best Practices

From the Design Desk: Trifold and True Brochure Design – Best Practices

A solid brochure is a basic essential for any marketing toolkit.  With more versatility than a business card or rack card, a standard trifold brochure is a great tool for presenting information in an easy