Monthly Archives: July 2013
Logo of the week: Hannah Le
This week’s logo of the week takes inspiration from some of the greats of logo design and their incredibly effective use of negative space. (See our blog article analysing this technique and the big players who have made it famous here).
Can’t keep up? 9 Ways to Simplify Your To-Do List
Some days just glancing at my to-do list is enough to make me weep. Are you the same? Luckily, it’s one of those things that is easy to solve with a proactive attitude.
How to get rid of comment spam once and for all
Sick of spam comments clogging up your inbox? There is an answer to your troubles, although possibly not the one you want to hear.
7 Warning Signs that Your Logo Design Sucks
So you think that your logo design is the bees knees, but other people aren’t so convinced? Can you hear that early warning klaxon? Maybe your design isn’t as good as you think it is. Here’s how to check.
Logo of the week: Earth Digital
Our latest logo of the week takes great inspiration from the concepts of yin and yang which perfectly encompasses the brand values of ‘Earth Digital’ – a company dedicated to sustainable computing. Take a look:
The history & art of logo design [video] – everything you’ve ever wondered
Have you ever wondered where logos come from? This brilliant video from PBS digital studios goes over the history of logo design from antiquity to the present day in just a few minutes and it makes for some great viewing (at least it does if you are a logo geek – although I think it …
‘From brainstorm to brand’ – 4 lessons in DIY branding from The Apprentice
Don’t they make it look easy? Well… they do some of the time. Whether or not you agree that The Apprentice showcases some of the UK’s best entrepreneurs, you have to admit that it is impressive watching Lord Sugar’s minions throwing together some quite decent brands in much less than a day. It’s no small …