Our Daily Best: Week of June 6th

Posted on June 10, 2011 in Fun, Our Daily Best

June brings us the longest days of the year and is also known for being the month in which the most marriages take place. Hope your plans include checking us out every day. We’ll continue to post the best in marketing tips, graphic design inspiration and photographic fun.

Monday

We began the week on a serious note with an overview of the FTC’s guidelines for truth in advertising inside Tips & Bits. As Mark Twain once said: “If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything.”

Tuesday

The week got off the ground when The Art of Design provided us with a collection of inspiration and instructions on flyers. An exceptionally cost-effective marketing tool, flyers are easy to create with help from a number of tutorials and how-tos you can access right here.

Wednesday

Mark V. rustled up a huge herd of tutorials, tips, FREE goodies, ideas and inspiration for this edition of Graphic Design Roundup.You’ll also be fascinated by eye tracking studies, designers to follow on Twitter, and a debate on Design: Web vs. Print.

Thursday

Picture this: advice on avoiding mistakes, tips on panoramic photography, a discussion of depth of field, exploring lighting vs. composition and a guide to getting the idea cover shot – plus an amazing story that spans 18 years. It’s all part of a Photobomb that just may blow your mind.

Friday

The week comes to a close with a selection of topics ranging from the practical to the aspirational. Good luck and have a wonderful weekend. See on the other side of Sunday!

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Steven, a native of Los Angeles, is an advertising and marketing copywriter with over 20 years of writing experience in a wide range of subjects. An eBay addict, Steven has way too many hobbies and arcane interests – but it all makes good cocktail party conversation.

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