Put back your wallets and get out your handkerchiefs because we have 18 traditional, modern, and downright cool wedding monograms to celebrate your special event. Perfect for event organizers, designers, or couples who are looking for original monogram designs, these fully-editable Illustrator (EPS) files will look amazing on wedding stickers, invitations, projections and more!
Spring break is almost upon us again and we have some more Photoshop flyer freebies to help you create a completely rad club flyer. Whether you want to drop a fat beat on your event, or you prefer a more trancey and sophisticated vibe, these completely free-to-use flyers are just the ticket for grabbing peoples attention […]
If you want to feed your mind and soul and were wondering what galleries and shows to visit in 2014, we have compiled a list of some of the most exciting art events that we’re looking forward to this year. We’ve tried to include the best contemporary shows as well as some fascinating exhibitions that explore Modernism, Impressionism, 20th Century abstraction, and Pop Art.
Top ‘a the morning to you all! By all the holy shamrocks, blarney, and other things green and pleasant, we have a special treat for bar owners, event marketers, and graphic designers! We’ve got 3 of the very highest quality 4×6 Photoshop flyer templates to use for your Patty’s day promotions. Designed exclusively for NextDayFlyers […]
If you’re looking for a design gig, then take a leaf out of these graphic design résumés that show some serious thought and skill. The following examples are the kind of résumés that could get you hired, or at the very least, get your portfolio through the door!
James Shiner, founder and CEO of Yelling Mule, prides himself on “shipping.” A serial entrepreneur with 10 ventures under his belt, James took many chances before launching Yelling Mule, a boutique website design company. As a successful entrepreneur, James offers new and upcoming businesses some sound advice on setting attainable goals and finding a work-life balance.
Writer’s block. That moment when after you’ve written some great content, you’re ready to see it through, and then…bam! You hit a wall. From J.K. Rowling to the novice writer, it happens to everyone. So how do you start generating new ideas and get those creative juices flowing again? Take a look at these five tips for getting yourself back in the writing game: