We are almost mid-way into 2018, and designers have been showcasing their innovative approaches to logos. When looking at logo design trends, it is important to take inspiration rather than mimic others. Examine the characteristics of the newest creative designs to create your own relevant and distinguished logo for your brand.
If you’re in the market for new business cards, you may be wanting to change it up a bit from a horizontal business card to a vertical layout. Before you make any final decisions, though, it is important to weigh out your options. For this reason, here are the pros and cons of vertical vs. horizontal business cards.
Creativity ebbs and flows. There are high and lows. If you are a designer in a creative slump, don’t worry because some time in darkness can bring powerful mental clarity. That being said, you can speed up the duration of your creative block with a bit of fuel. Look no further with these 11 design quotes to spark creativity again.
At Japan Print, our multicultural influences play a role in each piece of work that we do. As shown in our name alone, we derive a large portion of our creative vision from Japan and Japanese culture. While it’s difficult to break down Japan’s wealth of inspiration in a few images, we have compiled photographs that help encompass the beauty, culture, and design showcased in Japan. Above all, this design inspiration from Japan is intended to motivate you to expand your design horizons and not be afraid to experiment.
In a world where so much information is being thrown at everyone all the time, sometimes taking simplest route will make you stand out the most. These minimalist business cards make every detail count to leave a lasting impression.
It’s that time of year again. Models are flooding the streets of Manhattan, dwellers are dressed to the nines and New Yorkers are seemingly more cheeky than usual. New York Fashion Week is taking over. As a New Yorker, you can view this in one of two ways: angry because the subways are especially delayed this week, or stoked to get your networking game on with new eager faces. We choose the latter.
The Big Apple: Where business is social and social is business. That’s why networking and face-time are key to finding real success in your business. “Ninety percent of all jobs are about fit,” says Trudy Steinfeld, executive director of NYU’s Wasserman Center for Career Development. “The only way people figure this out is by meeting with you face-to-face.”
Here are 5 places to schmooze around in New York City.
“Inspiration can be a fickle thing,” says Cameron Chapman of Smashing Magazine. Like any creative process, inspiration doesn’t solely come from within. Sometime it takes exterior sources to spark an idea. There is a lot more to designing a business card than what meets the eye. What do you want your business card to say about your company both literally and metaphorically? What color scheme best captures your audience? How funky can you be without crossing the line of unprofessional? Are they easy to read?
How does one make these decisions?