Here’s an idea that is so simple, it’s almost hilarious! Yet it’s effective and can result in serious savings as well as being kind to the environment. It’s called Ecofont. (They arrived at the name by combining the eco from ecology and maybe economy and font as in type font.)
Long ago, printers couldn’t just grab a baseball cap with the company logo. They had to resort to what they had on hand. So those who worked in print shops, where the air was filled with an inky mist when the presses rolled, used what they had in abundance: paper!
Long before drivers got into trouble for looking at cell phones and reading texts while driving around town, there was everyone’s favorite distraction: bumper stickers. Estimates peg the beginning of the bumper sticker era to coincide with the addition of bumpers to automobiles in 1927. While we have not yet found an official Award given to creative bumper stickers, we wanted to provide this amusing selection for your pleasure.
Last week we hit you with CD Covers, so this week we wanted to keep with the Rock n’ Roll vibe on The Art of Design by providing inspiration, tips and a few free templates to design an awesome Ticket! Rock and Roll…. again!
Discerning people in the business world understand that a thoughtfully-designed letterhead makes a statement. It is a subtle one to be sure, but nevertheless, the letterhead delivers its own message regardless of the words that may be printed on it. Here are a few tips that will help you design a letterhead that reinforces your communications and your brand.
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