We all struggle with staying productive from time to time; especially if you’re a freelancer or work from home. Try to fight the calling of Netflix to watch Orange is the New Black (though, I’m sure we’ve all watched it already).
Stuck on a project? Don’t know where to go next? Sometimes you just need to take a breather, sit back and look through the work of other designers.
Trying to figure out the perfect size image to post on your social media channels can be a struggle. This blog features a selection of image sizes for Facebook, Twitter and Google+, along with links to the actual profile.
Though it is a hot trend, video backgrounds give designers and developers a chance to convey a company message in a unique way, long after the initial rush has passed.
You see logos every single day; the face of another company is everywhere you look. But have you ever stopped and examined the logos you know and love a little closer? Below are 10 popular logos with hidden meanings!
Working from home continues to be a topic of debate. Whichever category you fall into, here are some tips on how to make the most out of your home office and increase productivity.
Every designer needs a bank of resources they can refer back to when on a tight schedule or in need of inspiration. We have compiled a list of some more web and graphic design resources ready for you to download!
Business Cards can cause conflicting views within the design community, but Whichever side of the fence you sit on, there is no denying that a well-designed business card can work wonders for a company.
Becoming self-employed is a fantastic way to gain creative freedom of your projects and your time. But what happens when you make a mistake, get lonely, or don’t chase an invoice? We’ve put together a selection of tips for self-employed design