5 Pro Secrets to Improving Your Design Skills + Creating Better Marketing Graphics for your Business — AllieMarie Design
Over the years of running my design studio, I’ve received lots of questions from my clients and small business friends around how they can bring their visual marketing to the next level. It’s frustrating to *know* that the quality of your visual graphics is important — that the professionalism a
Be Seen as the Expert in your Niche | Hellohappen | Ashley Chymiy, Brand Coach + Business Strategist
Luckily, showing your credibility and being seen as the expert is actually kinda… easy! Here’s the approach that will help YOU be seen as the leading expert in your unique niche, the one your customers seek out! Here’s what you need to do! 1. Speak to your TRIBE Focus on being seen as the go-to resource in your niche — NOT for everyone, but only for a SPECIFIC type of person.
"Festival of Britain typeface" designed by Phillip Boydell, 1951
The official typeface designed for use at the Festival of Britain, and such things as publications, in 1951 by Phillip Boydell. Boydell, a well known graphic designer, came up with the famous wartime 'Squander bug"
14 Little Known Canva Tips & Tricks - Mints And Numbers
Are you a Canva lover? Here are 14 little known Canva Tricks and Tips that will make you an instant pro at designing in Canva. Including how to add a flourish to the Canva fonts, a cool way to use Canva frames, text shortcut, grouping elements in Canva and much more!
The Rules of Graphic Design poster series was designed to present a daunting amount of information in the most accessible and approachable manner possible. Swiss International style’s influence is apparent in the grid structure, color scheme, sans serif t…
This post provides step-by-step instructions on how to start a food blog, including suggestions for awesome Wordpress themes for food bloggers and additional resources for those that have already setup their blog.