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21 Event Flyers that Do Their Job

Wherever you go their will always be some sort of flyers being handed out in the shops, street corners or being left on counter tops. The point is that not all of these flyers capture their audiences correctly, however there are some that usually stand out above the rest and

SlashTHREE’s New Site Design Version IV

We always love seeing successful redesigns on the web especially if it compliments the artwork at hand. Obviously sometimes there are sites that redesign their templates, but end up making it worse than it was. Someone on twitter mention the other day that, “You shouldn’t try fix something that isn’t

3 Things You Have To Do Right Now

In this post we will be talking about 3 serious tasks that you have to complete right now. These tasks aren’t specifically targeted at a certain job, but at everyone as a matter of fact. These 3 things are very important to business people and freelancers. Keeping yourself on top

How to Win your Design Commissions

In any profession where creativity is involved we often have to compete for projects. In my profession, architecture this is a common place, whether paid for or at risk. I have had a pretty good success rate with landing commission over the years, many times against other architects that have

Why 9 out of 10 Small Businesses Fail

We’ve all heard that 9 out of 10 new businesses fail. That is alarming, but when you look at the actual statistics it is much worse than that. Out of every 1000 new businesses, 40% fail within the first year,and 80% would fail within 5 years. Don’t celebrate yet because

Going Green in Graphic Design

Today we are going to be talking about a subject related to graphic design. We will be talking about going green in graphic design, what it means to be a green designer. Why you should go green, how to practice green design and a few more topics. I hope that

5 Freelance Myths Busted From the Start

I was watching Mythbusters on TV the other night, where  Jamie mentioned that you could actually think of a myth for every single thing in the world, My thoughts immediately turned to Freelancing. After quite a bit of thought I compiled a list of 5 Freelance Myths Busted straight from

2010 – Bauforum Heavy Equipment Calendar

Its always great seeing some effort being put into making calendars for the new year. This one especially attracted my attention because I love construction equipment. Bauforum has created a Heavy Equipment Calendar for 2010 and has done a outstanding job with it. They have not only succeeded in making

Drawing In Today’s Digital World

One of the first elementary tendencies kids acquire is to pick up whatever we find and use it to draw. Unfortunately, what we choose to draw on might end up being the wall or furniture, yet there’s a fortunate possibility that our illustration might make it onto paper. Now here’s