In today's rapidly changing technology environment what was tomorrow's latest technology innovation can rapidly become consigned to the rubbish dump.
Does your logo meet all your marketing requirements? Or is it blurred or undecipherable at larger or smaller sizes? If so it is not doing your business justice.
Called the “snail” by Italians and the “monkey tail” by the Dutch, @ is the sine qua non of electronic communication, thanks to e-mail addresses and Twitter handles.
There’s a significant transformation in the printing process when comparing analog to digital processes.
There are many ways to create greyscale images from RGB images; however, to create a greyscale look and feel that you want, you must control two aspects of this process: Where and how your RGB is converted into greyscale.
Memorable, timeless, versatile, simple and appropriate are five commonly used terms when it comes to logo design which businesses are encouraged to adopt for their logos. But is this always appropriate in every case?