Christmas is near and with this occasion we have a gift for you a great set of unique hand drawn vectors that will help you in your creative projects to add some holiday flair. You can use them for Christmas cards, gift tags, wrapping paper, website banners or anything else …
Staring all day long at different types of digital screens, our eyes are being exposed more and more to the damaging blue light that can influence our sleep, productivity and even our vision. We need to pay more attention and do everything we can to protect our eyes. Just a few simple steps can help us to prevent or at least ease this problem.
Inappropriate typography can completely change the appearance of a project. No matter how good the design is, if the appropriate typeface is not used, everything can go in the wrong direction.
Here are only the best 5 websites that have the largest collection of high quality fonts, nicely categorized, uncluttered, and most important, FREE.
The famous debate between the fixed rate and the hourly rate that has been for a long time and still continue to be because it is something that beside the field of activity, it is also based on personal preferences or at least that’s the general perception. Although in the field of graphic design things are not exactly just black and white.
A well-chosen photo placed in the right place can do as much as a thousand words, but finding the right photo can be a challenge. Here are the best 8 stock websites with the largest number of high quality photos that are completely free under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license, simple to use, uncluttered and nicely arranged by tags or categories.
We live in a visual society that is in a continuous change and in which to success the visual perception plays an essential role. We already know that it’s not enough to have a great product or service without the proper presentation. Graphic design has always been and continues to be an excellent form of communication and like many other things it evolved, so is the “graphic design” term still enough?