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7 Photographers on Finding Your Voice


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Designing democracy: A visual history of the ballot paper

Creative Review

“Ballots today may look boring and bureaucratic, but they are the most direct tool of participatory democracy,” says Alicia Cheng, founding partner of MGMT. Design and the Cooper Union’s current Frank Stanton Chair for Graphic Design.

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CSS for the Minimalist: Exploring Classless CSS


In 2011, the first version of Bootstrap (then called Twitter Bootstrap) came out. It was a product of Twitter’s UI team and was a framework aimed at simplifying the creation of professional looking applications across the Web. .

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Be inspired by 10 graphic designers and illustrators who scooped an A' Design Award

Creative Boom

Celebrating and recognising some of the world's best artists, designers and other creative professionals, the A' Design Awards is an opportunity to get noticed in front of millions.

Design Thinking Strategies for Facilitating Growth and Performance

Speaker: Carrie Cousins, Founder and Freelancer Writer & Designer at Carrie Cousins LLC

Design thinking is at the root of creative success. Seriously! But do you know how to shift your mindset and creative process – as well as that of your team – to create and ideate in ways that are truly innovative? The most inspired and innovative teams and individual designers need to be a part of a culture that enables forward-thinking, acceleration, and efficiency. It’s a combination of creative, analytical, and collaborative approaches that produce results.

Video: How to Create a Retro Style Badge Design in Illustrator

Spoon Graphics

In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial I’m going to show you how to create a retro badge style logo design featuring a simplified vector skull illustration and text elements that follow the circular outline of the badge container.

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Penny Dreadfuls & Murder Broadsides

I Love Typography

The Industrial Revolution mechanized printing and reduced costs, leading to explosive growth in publishing. At the same time, an unprecedented increase in literacy produced millions of new readers and sparked a reading revolution. But what were these new readers to read?

Witches brew comes to life with delightful fictional beer designed by Vanessa Lovegrove

Creative Boom

Rather than wait for her dream illustration brief to appear, Vanessa Lovegrove has crafted her own fictional beer brand, embracing her "running obsession" with witches and giving a spooky nod to the Halloween season.

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Illustrator Spotlight: Peter Gehrman


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Best Printer for Design Agency? OKI LED Printers Review

Just Creative

Are you looking for the best printer for your graphic design agency? Listen up. Founded in 1881, OKI Electric Industry became world-famous for manufacturing the first telephone in Japan, only a year after Alexander Graham Bell’s invention in 1876.

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Now More Than Ever: Why Communication is Essential For Your Business

Speaker: Danielle Hughes, Chief Personality Officer, More Than Words Marketing

In this presentation, you'll hear from Danielle Hughes, a copywriting and branding expert, on how you can use your personality to connect with your clients and stand out from the clutter. On how being vulnerable and real will create stronger connections and affinity, and how knowing your brand and your audience makes messaging easier for you and more relatable for them.

LogoArchive Issue 8


Inspired by a panel discussion that took place at London’s Somerset House in 2018 as part of the exhibition Print! the first issue of LogoArchive was conceived, designed and sent to print the following day.

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Marloes De Vries on her love of freelancing and the surprising outcome of uncertainty

Creative Boom

As a little girl, Marloes De Vries started making robots out of shoe boxes and toilet rolls and grabbed every piece of paper available in the house so she could draw. Today, she's an award-winning illustrator, author, and artist based in the Netherlands.

“Talisman” by Photographer Kristina E. Knipe


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10 Best Trackpads & Touchpads of 2020

Just Creative

When you buy a computer, the standard piece of equipment that you would use to perform actions is a mouse, right? Well, did you know that there is another peripheral out there that allows you to do many of the same functions? Meet the trackpad.

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Recession Proof Your Business

Speaker: Ean

Facts fight fear. This presentation will outline specific actions you can take to protect your cash manage debt to increase your chances of success in an economic downturn. Suitable for all size businesses (side hustle to C-Corp) with any bookkeeping system.

Medium’s rebrand by Collins uses typography as a “building block” for illustrations

Its Nice That

The identity refresh includes a new symbol inspired by the three-dot ellipsis and a redesigned word mark to “stand prouder”.

Penguin celebrates 85 years with gorgeous prints by leading artists

Creative Boom

If you're looking for a Christmas gift ideal for both book lovers and society as a whole, then a new set of illustrated prints may be just the ticket.

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“The White Sky” by Photographer Mimi Plumb


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Best Portable Monitors in 2020

Just Creative

With the change that so many have had to go through and take our work home with us (literally), many of us have found our monitors cut down from two to one, costing us real estate and making every job function a struggle to see two things at one time on a laptop.

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Practical Financial Advice for Creatives in Crisis

Speaker: Jason Blumer, CPA

This webinar provides practical and honest financial advice for those running creative businesses in crisis. The economic disruption brought about by the spread of the coronavirus has caught us all by surprise. Come learn how you need to act now in areas of cash, finances, tax, and the financial side of your business. There will be a time for Q&A as well

9 Essential Graphic Design Pointers for Non-Designers


Graphic design is probably one of the essential skills most people need nowadays, whether for your business, Facebook page, or beautifying your Instagram account. However, for those who are not skilled, paying for a graphic designer can be costly.

50 Windows of Creativity: Manchester's new art trail to celebrate the city's rich and diverse creative culture

Creative Boom

If you live in or around Manchester, you'll undoubtedly be delighted to hear some positive news today.

Photographer Spotlight: Peter Fisher


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Berke Yazicioglu reinterprets Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring through a series of 11 tapestries

Its Nice That

Having developed his editorial portfolio, the London-based illustrator dives into a new medium, jacquard weaving.

Web Design for All: Accessibility, Inclusivity and Beyond

Speaker: Eden Spivak, Design Expert and Editor at Wix & Nir Horesh, Accessibility Lead and Senior Product Manager at Wix

When we design products or websites for people like ourselves, there are many others who are, as a result, left out. In this webinar, we’ll delve into why accessibility matters. Yet however well-intended, website accessibility is too often seen as a checklist to be marked off at the end of the design process. Our goal is to shift the discussion around accessible design from accommodating the needs of a small minority group to creating better, more inclusive interfaces for us all - no matter our identity, background, knowledge, or ability.

Highly Influential Art Gallery Websites in 2020


Art galleries are great places to visit to get inspiration and get your creative juices flowing. They are incredibly well designed and aesthetically pleasing. What you might not be aware of is that most art galleries have their own websites, and they are as aesthetic as the real thing.

As the UK government urges creatives to retrain, Stuart Semple reveals his 'Artist Job Centre' in London

Creative Boom

As the British government launches a new campaign to encourage creatives nationwide to retrain and find employment elsewhere (ahem), Stuart Semple has launched the Artist Job Centre in the heart of London's theatreland.

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Delve into the uncharted history of book covers from the Arab world

Creative Review

As far as lockdown passion projects go, Moe Elhossieny’s latest venture is particularly impressive.

World Illustration Award winners revealed

Its Nice That

The Association of Illustrators has announced the overall winners, category winners and shortlist of 200 projects, whittled down from 4,300 entries, featuring artists such as Aysha Tengiz and Amber Vittoria.

What in the World is a Force Majeure?

Speaker: Michele Berdinis

This session will answer business law questions that people are asking most during the pandemic.

Meet Lauren Danger Koste, Shillington Graduate and Studio Manager at The Design Kids


Sometimes, the best thing to do if you want to change careers is to take the leap. For Lauren Danger Koste , the choice to study at Shillington happened spontaneously after years of working as a kickass brand strategist.

Andra Badea's question mark cuties explore our current uncertainties

Creative Boom

"When will I find work?" "Is Is it a good time to buy a home?" "Is Is it safe to travel?" Should our kids go to school?". Don't worry if you're asking yourself a lot of questions like the above right now.

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David Byrne’s irreverent illustrations muse on life during Covid

Creative Review

The exhibition at Pace Gallery features 50 illustrations by musician, artist and Talking Heads frontman David Byrne that reflect his experiences of isolation and mundanity throughout the pandemic – feelings that have taken on a universal significance this year.