The internet is bursting at the seams with graphic designers who have started their careers from a whole heap of different backgrounds – tertiary education, self-taught, big corporates, and advertising … Read More
*** UPDATE — APPARENTLY GOOGLE HAVE CHANGED THE GOALPOSTS AND THE BELOW STEPS NO LONGER WORK. **** I love the internet, I find it a totally fascinating place, and I’ve … Read More
Hands up who has been struggling to stay on top of all the new (and old) Google-based features and applications? Google +, Google Places, Google Analytics, Google Adwords. Each has … Read More
Making the decision to set up small business, or even to become a sole trader, is a huge step in your life. Most small business owners will have had to … Read More
This is a guest post from SEO experts, Tasty Placement. Popular brands all have one thing in common: they’re successful. They usually have the kind of earnings that most people … Read More
If you’ve got an internet presence for your business, chances are that you are looking at new ways to use the internet for your marketing strategies. And chancees are you’ve got a blog full of great articles. Or a Twitter stream of thoughts, ideas, links and marketing. Or a Facebook page full of updates.
Just think. All that lovely content that belongs to you. If only there were an easy way to make it work a bit harder. Right?
Your logo is the hub around which you build your brand, and as such really is one of the most important pieces in your marketing kit. Your awesome business needs … Read More
Just a quick one today to share a mini-project we completed using a logo we created for a client. It’s a short demo video to give you an idea of … Read More
Deciding to take the plunge to start working for yourself is a big step. It’s a decision both exhilarating and terrifying, and you’re going to be on that emotional roller … Read More
As a designer, your choice of font is integral to your design and vision. Yet, understanding how to get those fonts to work across different platforms for your clients’ needs can be really frustrating, especially if you are creating a report or brochure that your client is going to be using with MS Office.