I’ve seen many business start-ups grow with success and some unfortunately fail. Why? There are some figures that claim as many as 90% of startups will ultimately lose money. And money pays the bills. So why do so many startups fail and more importantly, what can you do differently?
I undertook an exercise of looking round my office on Friday just to see how many logos I could find in over a minute. I found over 67 logos.
Typography in logo design is a fine art and when you combine this with creating lettering out of foodstuff – the results can be quite stunning. The practise of creating food lettering is a popular approach in the design industry and can make your designs eye-catching and more shareable to your audience! All you need is: a room […]
I often get asked as part of a design proposal what the process is for a design project, who we are, what do we charge and have you done anything similar to what we want? This article I’ll be showing you my recent credentials pitch document I’ve put together for new client proposals
If you’re in the process of changing your logo design, or planning a refresh of your existing business brand, then this article will come in very handy for you…
Working for a variety of businesses with their marketing team to create a variety of graphic design needs, from logo design, website designs, email designs and a few advertising campaigns, I find this question always niggles at the back of my mind: Did they get any good return on their investment?
As part of the festivities, I thought I’d try my hand at creating a Typeform that simulates designing your very own Xmas bull!
Hardly a week goes by without one organisation or another being hacked and user account details and password files being made public on the internet. Is there any hope that our passwords will be safe?
The Design Council has been working with the Arts & Humanities Research Council to measure the value that design thinking brings to small businesses.
Yousendit changed their name and rebranded to ‘Hightail’.
Without an explanation, the name change doesn’t make any sense to existing users of the service and is very American-centric and strange?