Archive for September, 2011

27Sep

Web Font Awards

The Web Font Awards contest is a skill-based contest opened for entry submissions on September 21, 2011. All entries to this contest must be received on October 28, 2011. This contest promotes awareness and adoption of Web font technology and all participants create a website that uses web fonts.

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20Sep

3 Steps To Have Long Lasting Client Relationship

The relationship you have with your clients is the lifeblood of your business. It goes without saying that if you don’t maintain positive and productive relations with those who use your services or products you will soon be out of business.
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13Sep

Conversations Between Competing Brands

There is always competing between big brands about their products and which is the best in the marketplace. Stefan Asafti decided to make a conversations between the company logos and the ways that they influence each other.

There have always existed disputes among the competing parties, divergent opinions, while the fans of each brand were convinced that theirs was the best product. Last, but not least, the rivals have even conducted ad campaigns against the competing brands. This project mostly approaches the visual “conversations” between the company logos and the ways that they influence each other, hence the name of the project, Brandversations. It is a parallel between the modern and the old, some of the slogans dating back to the 40s and 50s.

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06Sep

20 Logo and Typography Resources You May Have Missed in 2010

In 2010, thousands of articles about logo and typography design were published by hundreds of writers. Even for someone with a focused interest in the field, it’s extremely difficult to keep track of every author, every site, every blog, every magazine; in short, it’s likely you missed a lot of different perspectives. For instance, were you aware of the major role typography played in web design last year? Many new sites and services sprung up in 2010 concerning web fonts and the creation and use of typefaces, new and old. Logo design had also been an area of huge activity, with a multitude of companies—large and small—modifying or even changing their logos outright and shaking up even the most rock-solid of their corporate identities.

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