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Using Style Guide To Design A Website

Branding and promotion of your product/website is the essential key to your business's success. This is the reason why various marketing strategies and techniques are being implemented for the successful promotion of your websites. September 22, 2010

Tips: Different Styles of Graphic Design

Every graphic designer specializes in one area that they prefer to work with over any other. However, almost every graphic design career will require you to be flexible with your abilities to work in a variety of areas. Guest writer Holly Krommenhoek shares her views on broadening your design horizons September 21, 2010

GMX - PhotoPainter

This very cool standalone software transforms any image into an original artwork. Artists can start with an existing picture such as from a digital camera or scanner, a 3D rendering or painting September 20, 2010

Typeface Design Degrees

Cooper Union has introduced a Typeface Design Certificate Program -- a first of its kind to be offered in the United States. This is a collaboration between the Continuing Education Department at The Cooper Union and the Type Directors Club September 20, 2010

Web Trends: Links, SEO, B2B and more

This time we're surfing to find out some important essentials in today's web design. Do links add value that print can't match? Can you make your news releases boost SEO? Does open-source social publishing open doors for marketers? We'll also look at 3 new features every PPC manager should try now ; and 11 simple ways B2B companies can be more social today. Have fun, and don't forget to send in your discoveries ... September 20, 2010

Typography that grows

At some point, we have to draw the line between typography and lettering ... and pure artistic endeavors which mimic letters or letter forms. All of these wonderful pieces were selected because they carry the notion of using typography or lettering in a natural "growing" environment and provide a delightful visual treat. September 17, 2010

Art & Creative tidbits

In this issue of Creative Tidbits, Ilene Strizver shares Eight Tips for Type on the Web ; we take a field trip to the Tipoteca Italiana Fondazione ; we visit Pale Horse' Personal Typography Works ; see a poster campaign about "Rape" ; get a sneak peak at Daniel Pelavin's first tattoo design ; Adobe and the digital magazine ; The Myths of Innovation and others ... enjoy! September 15, 2010

Publishing & Media Notes

In this edition, we've gathered some of the more interesting items in the publishing channels. Mark Dolliver writes 'What People Think of the Ad/PR Biz' ; Theodore F. di Stefano asks do e-readers spell the end of print media? Also, Six Reasons Print Belongs in Your Media Mix ; The FTC's Green Guidelines ; and do you think ads be coming to book publishing industry? Read along and remember to send in your discoveries! September 10, 2010

Web Trends : Social Media, SEO, etc

In this edition of Web Trends Brennon Slattery writes about how social media changes old web habits and Laurie Sullivan asks what will vicarious facebook check-ins get advertisers? We also see how much of our time is spent in social media -- Are all results on search engines equal? Is the Web really dead? ... and several others. Don't forget to send in your discoveries! September 10, 2010

Wildlife Photography

This book covers the practical aspects of wildlife photography, from shooting animal portraits to panning the camera in order to capture that speeding leopard -- with Photographer and environmentalist Uwe Skrzypczak September 6, 2010