Black Friday flyers aren’t always the prettiest designs, but someone designed them nonetheless. For a day that’s heavily saturated with this type of collateral, it’s important for these designs to deliver compelling (and converting) messages fast on and offline.
You’ve all seen it before, because frankly, this trend has been all over the place and for quite a few years now. But you don’t really know how to describe it — a bunch of similarly colored triangles or rectangles combining to create a intricate geometric shape, which somehow manages to be abstract but still demonstrates... Read More
Behind every great design is an even greater story. In recognition of National Novel Writing Month, we’re excited to introduce you to Olivia Wildenstein, a self-published author currently living in Switzerland. When she’s not writing, she’s psychoanalyzing everyone she meets, baking up a storm and attempting not to be late at her children’s school. Turning... Read More
End the year with a bang! We’re awarding $500 each to two deserving designers – one who wins the most Logo & Web contests and another who creates the best Jimdo site between November 1 – December 31, 2015.
When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, many critics forecasted the end of James Bond—a Cold War character if ever there was one. At the same time, a prolonged studio dispute made a new Bond film seem unlikely for more prosaic reasons.
Pillar of our Platinum Community, designer Konstantin Yastrebov – known here as DSKY – has been dominating contests for almost five years now. He was one of the first batch to be designated the Platinum label (way back when we came up with it!) and has continued to expand his amazing portfolio of designs ever since.
It’s time to cast your vote for your favorite Top 9 at 99 nominee. Once again, we’re so proud to showcase such a diverse and talented group of designers – and only one can be named this month’s winner!
Is this the year you claim your location independence? It can be. And here’s how.
In celebration of national novel writing month, this tutorial will teach you how to recreate the iconic typography of Tony Palladino in the famous novel cover design for Psycho. This “cutting” technique is great for many applications including horror looks, distressed textures and more.
A Hungarian designer now living in London, Bence Balaton takes his beautifully intricate illustrations into all different worlds of graphic design, from logos to infographics and product packaging to flyers and prints.