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How to save time and money by stopping your clients from asking for endless design revisions today!

Design Editorial

I’m sure that most of us designers out there have had at least a few clients that seem to continuously ask you for revisions. These projects seem to go on devastatingly slow as the client proceeds to ask for one more thing after another. This is extremely frustrating as a designer and it can be a complete waste of your valuable time and energy. It can happen with any design project...

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Cushion Wrap IPhone Cases for 5/5S

Design & Style Design Editorial

iPhones are designed so beautifully that we really don't want to cover them up, but since its a necessary evil, ADOPTED.com has come up with a case thats as almost as beautiful as the phone itself. It takes away very little from the phone design but gives back all the necessary protection and a new style back with all sort of great design options. Take a look at the their design options her...

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Google+: What is it? What are its key features? 3 Tips to help you enjoy Google+ even more

Design Editorial Industry News

Google+ was first launched in 2011 and many people in the design community thought that it would be an instant flop. With Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and a myriad of other social networking sites already available, was another social media site really needed? Would people really convert and start using this one instead of their current choice?

Well, that was then and this is now. Today,...

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The Sochi’s 2014 Olympic logo: Futuristic or Flat?

Design Editorial Logo & Brand review New logo releases

Olympic logos seem to always be shrouded in debate and they are often the focus of much international attention and discussion. Do you remember the Olympic logo that was released for the Summer 2012 Olympic games in London? This Olympic logo (pictured below with the other Olympic logos of the past) was one of the most controversial Olympic logos to date and its release provoked both...

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Typography Love: Friend Not Foe

Design & Style Design Editorial

If you're getting started with studying typography, this would be a great first approach to it. Friend Not Foe is an introductory book about typography intended for students, where both information and study material is included as inspiration material.  Saranna Drury and Haylie Grayare the authors of this project as part of their Degree Project for Computer Graphic Design...

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