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!
When it comes to websites, social media platforms, landing pages, and the necessary evils of page conversion and optimization, a churches image and brand has to resonate with new members and modern tastes. Whatever you think of this modern trend for less traditional religious imagery, there’s no denying how amazing these five church logo examples are, and how effective they are as modern branding studies.
We’re celebrating the brilliant and varied world of print with a special round-up of the best print pieces from around the internet in 2013. These incredible print examples made us laugh, gasp, and delight at the craft of design and print.
One of NextDayFlyers’ core company values is to build lasting relationships. We do this by providing a customized and flexible service that adapts to each client’s needs. We interviewed Heather McKeon, the Marketing Director of Gringo’s Mexican Kitchen and asked her about some of the challenges she faced when choosing a print partner. The following […]
Don’t know what paper to use for your printing? Not sure what all the substrates sizes are? Take a look at our a handy paper types infographic to use as a reference for all your print projects.
Confidence in the housing market is coming back. Take L.A. and Orange County areas as examples: although housing inventories are relatively low, the demand for homes are running high. And home prices around the country have been on a steady increase. If you’re a realtor, it’s the perfect time to seize the opportunity and make sure all your marketing materials are in tip-top shape.
Here are ways to give your business a boost while the market is hot.
When it came to paper products, wedding invitations were more commonly used by privileged members of society who could afford fancy engraved stationery. Shortly after World War II, affordable mass-produced wedding stationery allowed everyone to incorporate high-society etiquette into their events. Today, invitations are the No. 1 wedding item shopped for online by brides, and they account for just under one third of online wedding-related purchases.