See my personal business card design

Just over a month ago I designed and printed personal business cards for my graduation exhibition. In fact, I ended up printing a few more cards than I needed, but that’s another story altogether. The design uses the coloured circular elements from

Categorising your blog

Since I began writing this blog, I have never really used categories to define what I write. Instead, I prefer to use tags to more loosely associate a number of definitions to everything I write. However, it struck me that

Is the London 2012 olympic logo really that bad?

Everyone’s saying it, opinions seem to be unanimous, the London 2012 Olympic Games logo sucks! Earlier today at a star-studded ceremony, Lord Sebastian Cole proudly unveiled the identity of Britain’s pride and joy, the London 2012 Olympic Games. If reaction and publicity is what

When does inspiration become plagiarism?

Every designers’ dirty little secret is that they copy other designers’ work. They see work they like, and they imitate it. Rather cheekily, they call this inspiration. This scourge of the design world has reached such epidemic proportions that there is

Share your client horror stories

Hows your day going? What’s that – you’ve got a client that’s being a complete pain in the arse? They’ve called through the 37th set of amends on that brochure you’re doing? They want to see how the front cover

You, your blog and your goals

A few days ago, David Airey’s Creative Design blog passed the 1,000 comments mark. A small yet impressive milestone for a relatively young blog. (I was the 1,000th commenter – I’ll claim that free pint one day, David) David’s achievement, along

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