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Logo of the week: Corporate flight training

By British Design Experts

This week’s logo of the week, Corporate flight training, is a great example of how suggestive a very simple logo design can be. Simply through the curve and lift of the icon and font this logo design subtly suggests flight.

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5 years ago

Why you need to ignore the latest design trends and embrace your own style

By British Design Experts

Check out this great article posted on our sister site Snowflake Creative. It can be a real mistake to think that you should follow the web design trends of 2013 to get yourself a really good website. In actuality, it is your style that really matters. “If you read any of the top digital marketing …

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5 years ago

LinkedIn or left behind (or why you can’t afford to ignore LinkedIn): Part One

By British Design Experts

LinkedIn is the social media platform that is sadly neglected by many small businesses and startups. Because it can be hard to understand LinkedIn’s many benefits, this 4 part series running over the course of April (by guest author Anna Colibri of ANNACOLIBRI | tech savvy coaching) explains in detail the value of LinkedIn for …

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Logo of the week: Mmmfire Photography

By British Design Experts

This week’s logo of the week, Mmmfire Photography, is a great example of a logo which gets creative with typography to simply but effectively express an idea. As we’ve said many a time – a simple but effective logo design really is a great logo design.

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5 years ago

RGB vs CMYK – or why your colours look different

By British Design Experts

As we’ve explained before, designs do look different printed to on screen. The reason behind this is all to do with how RGB and CMYK (the two main colour making models) work.

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5 years ago

What is an illustration logo design?

By British Design Experts

There are lots of different types of logo designs to think about when you’re trying to decide what kind of logo design you need. You need to consider things such as the layout, the colour, what sort of font you want, or where you might be using it. But one often neglected type of logo …

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Logo of the week: Moyamba Skin

By British Design Experts

The right combination of colours can really transform a logo design, and this week’s logo of the week, Moyamba Skin has really used their colour scheme evocatively.

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5 years ago

Run fat boy, run – BDE MD Julian Croft runs the London Marathon

By British Design Experts

British Design Experts MD, Julian Croft, is running the London Marathon for Starlight – a charity which grants wishes to seriously and terminally ill children. Julian’s commitment and perseverance in this area are truly inspirational, and we’re all excited to support him as the big race gets closer.

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How to add the rel=”publisher” tag

By British Design Experts

As we’ve recently explained you really do need to be using author and publisher tags on your blog and website. Why? In a nutshell because it’ll help you get higher in the search rankings, and will increase your click through. For more details – read the blog itself. This blog is a step by step …

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How to add the rel=”author” tag

By British Design Experts

As we’ve recently explained you really do need to be using author and publisher tags on your blog and website. Why? In a nutshell because it’ll help you get higher in the search rankings, and will increase your click through. For more details – read the blog itself. This blog is a step by step …

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Logo of the week: No more lonely pets

By British Design Experts

We’ve written recently all about how important it is to think about the context of where you’re going to use your logo as it really does impact on what the best way is to lay out your logo design. This week’s logo of the week, No More Lonely Pets, made it clear from the very …

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5 years ago

The importance of a call to action

By British Design Experts

A homepage without a call to action is incomplete. It is a necessary part of any homepage or landing page on your website. Why? Because your call to action tells your reader what they should do next, it gives focus and logic to your page and it is the single most significant thing you can …

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