New Microsoft Logo.
Aug31

New Microsoft Logo.

For the first time in 25 years Microsoft has changed it’s logo. A rather subtle change, compared to that of the Olympic’s new one. Less streamline, more squared. Same colors, however, maybe a bit less bold. Still the same black lettering, just in straight font, instead of italic. Altogether, I rather like to new one, and, after 25 years, I would say it was time for a change.  ...

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Cool creature cups.
Aug27

Cool creature cups.

I don’t know about you, but in the morning I need my coffee. First thing. So I can function. Sad. But very, very true. Fact: I love coffee. And, the other day, while browsing the web I came across these great cups-just the thing for a morning in the office, (getting that caffeine fix!)  to add a bit of fun to things….and there is quite a variety of mugs too! I like the simplicity of them, nice blue colour, while the inside...

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Handy logo design tips.
Aug24

Handy logo design tips.

When designing a logo, you can focus so much on it, that sometimes when you finally sit back and take a good look at it, you find you have missed a few  important things-  things that in logo design are to important to miss.  And, also happen to be a good way to base your basic idea on. 1. Color. As you can see below, color plays a huge part in any logo. You can have a great idea, and the logo itself can be just right, but then, there...

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“Here’s to the crazy ones….”
Aug22

“Here’s to the crazy ones….”

Here’s to the crazy ones. Here’s to thinking differently. Worth a few minutes of your day.  ...

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ILLUSTRATOR SETTINGS FOR BEGINNERS
Aug19

ILLUSTRATOR SETTINGS FOR BEGINNERS

WHY ILLUSTRATOR? Adobe Illustrator is the one of the most popular applications among graphic designers, especially those who specialize in designing logos. When it comes to designing logos the advantages of Adobe Illustrator are many, including the fact that it is a vector-based software i.e. you can scale the image to extremely large proportions and still not lose out on quality (Remember how images get pix-elated on scaling in...

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