All work and no play make everybody cranky. So if you need a little break, you can use your business card to entertain yourself. Here are a couple of basic projects. If you get hooked, just search for business card origami on the internet and you’ll find plenty of plans to keep you busy for a long time.
This week on The Art of Design we return to the yummiest of all print products; the Menu. As the 2nd most important thing behind the actual food, the menu is critical to entice a hungry patron before they even know what they want. It must delight the eyes and wet the appetitite, yet be informative enough to leave the customer satisfied in their order. Keep the restaurant cooking with these tips, tutorials, FREE templates and more!
Posters are one of the most visually creative forms of marketing a designer can create. Keep inspired and knowledgeable with this HUGE list of inspiration, tutorials, tips and templates! This week on The Art of Design: Posters!
A brochure can be a powerful marketing tool. On the other hand, an ineffective brochure can be a waste of your marketing budget and hurt your credibility. Here are some tips to make sure your brochure meets its objectives and becomes an important component in your lineup of marketing tactics.
The Art of Design gets sticky this week with Stickers. Get the latest and greatest tips, tutorials, inspiration and more for these underappreciated marketing tool that really leaves a lasting impression.
This week on the The Art of Design we have returned to our good friends The Brochure. It might be the most versatile of print, because of all the variations you can do with folds, sizes, colors and really just the overall presentation. Mixing important information with elaborate design; making sure that the reader does not get overwhelmed with either; the brochure can be a tricky item to master.
Postcards are such versatile marketing vehicles. They’re available in a wide variety of sizes. They can be mailed cheaply – some sizes qualify for deep discounts with bulk mailing. And they communicate instantly – they don’t have to be opened like a letter in an envelope.
The flyer. That pesky little windshield nuisance that you can’t seem to get away from when you leave your car parked, is one of the best marketing tools you can use. Yet, with the onslaught of flyers that a person receives, how do you break away and be that one they keep!