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Monthly Archives: March 2017

Adobe Experience Design

If you’ve got a Creative Cloud membership, you need to get hip. Within the last year Adobe released Experience Design or Xd for short. Traditionally, websites have been designed in Photoshop, then came sketch in 2010. This program is very similar to Sketch but Adobe has given it their own touch. Xd allows users to […]

Hi, I am a designer and I am addicted to The Sims.

They say the first step to approaching a problem is admitting you have one, right? Well, The Sims is a life stimulation game that came out in the early 2000s, and I can honestly say that I have been highly addicted to this game since…well, the early 2000s. Other than being in control of a […]

Movie Posters: Then Vs. Now

Saul Bass created identity for movies. One designer was responsible for the look and feel that target the entire marketing campaign for a film. Paul would offered a design package that includes: screen trailer, posters (half sheets, one sheet, three sheet etc), magazine ads, trademark, symbol, main and ending credits, etc. Wherever you go and […]

Mother nature, you fancy!

So much of our time is spent bustling around cities, completely absorbed in our lives. We often forget how wonderful and whimsical this planet really is. It truly is awe inspiring to think of the sheer magnitude of wonder that exists just beyond our immediate boundaries. Mother nature is the original artist and arguably  the […]

The Ringling Brothers Circus brochures ?

  While we are cursing them for taking our parking space on Lot A, we also should criticize how bad the design of brochure that they have on these paper. As graphic design, this is humiliating and embracing to see such a big reputation of company with low quality of advertisement. The design formats is […]

Made for Profit Cartoons

There are some cartoons that are so easy to make, that it is easy to make a quick profit off of them. Cartoons that are quick to make is usually animated by flash (which is usually not hand drawn,) but there have been cartoons from the past and today that have used flash were successful […]

It’s Minimalism and You Know It

It’s pretty amazing to think about how universally recognized some brand logos have become. Nike, Apple, and Pepsi, as we have all seen, use very simple shapes. Regardless, they are shapes that can still be recognized, independent of words or even colors. But then there’s Starbucks: a company who has just recently set the bar […]

Taking a dip into Graphic Design with Milton Glaser

Within the Graphic Design world, there are millions of designers who are recognized for their work. One artist which stood out to me, was designer, Milton Glaser. He is best known for his poster of “I LOVE NEW YORK”, which I’m sure many are familiar with. Milton Glaser is one artist who has been one of […]

The Power of Advertising

Advertising is power. We all see it everyday. From billboards, to cereal boxes, to online websites, to major corporations and small businesses, other companies that display to the public their products, so as to create a name for themselves. Corporations and small businesses alike need designers who know what they are doing in order to […]

Creative Cloud Update | Blog 7

I couldn’t be happier updating my Adobe Create Cloud suite. Recently, I have updated all of my desktop apps to the latest version, CC 2017. Since I am on Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, and Dreamweaver 90% of the time, it wouldn’t be an overstatement to say this new update felt like Christmas morning. Some of the […]