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The Best of Further web design royalty confirmed for Generate

Generate London 2018 is now less than two months away and things are really ramping up. Not only are tickets getting snapped up but preparations behind the scenes are continuing in earnest. While we still have some exciting announcements to come, we couldn’t sit on this one any longer, so …

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The Best of 41 best Tumblr blogs for designers

Whether you’re a creative director on the hunt for new talent, or a developer looking for some inspiration, Tumblr is full of amazing work. The micro-blogging service and social network makes it mega-easy for anyone wanting to know how to start a blog.  Tumblr blogs can be set up in …

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The Best of Brand Impact Awards 2018: Cast your vote

It’s that exciting time of year again where designers around the globe get set for the annual Brand Impact Awards. Brought to you by Computer Arts and Creative Bloq, this international awards scheme celebrates the very best in branding design – and this year’s shortlist features 47 incredible projects, painstakingly …

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The Best of Former design students pass on advice for newcomers

At some point in our lives we’ve all thought ‘if only I knew then what I know now…’. With any luck this is because we’ve gained experience over the years and developed as people. For College of Art and Design at RIT professor Mitch Goldstein, looking back on life as …

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The Best of 11 places to find logo design inspiration

You’ve just taken a new brief from a new client and now you’re sitting at your desk waiting for inspiration to strike. Do you really expect the perfect logo design to pop up, fully formed, in your mind? If you do, you could be in for a long wait. Instead, …

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The Best of 10 expert tips for charcoal drawing

Drawing with charcoal, pastel and chalk is addictive. Maybe it’s because charcoal drawings are so fast and immediate, or maybe because the final look is so dang cool, but people love to learn how to draw with charcoal. Even the great Michelangelo created a number of charcoal drawings. Whatever the reasons …

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The Best of 5 rebranding hurdles designers face today

Rethinking, repositioning and redesigning brands is a staple task for many design studios. Although startup organisations will always be a blank canvas by definition, it’s fairly rare for an agency to develop a totally new identity system for a client. Of course, rebranding – and branding in general – are …

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The Best of Will Brexit wreck the VFX industry?

Having sat in screening rooms at ILM and Digital Domain for well over 18 years, I’ve heard my share of comments from big-name film directors regarding their review of shots for their films. What will Brexit mean for the British VFX and CG industry? The comment we were always hoping …

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The Best of Why graphic designers need beautiful websites

As a graphic designer, when a Google search tells you that you’re one in about thirty million results (calculated in 0.37 seconds), suddenly you can feel a little insignificant. Your website is your space to set out your stall and display your wares in the bizarre bazaar of the internet. …

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