Why Business Cards Still Matter

In the digital age where company websites and social media profiles make the first “general impression”, the personal act of handing a potential client a business card is often overlooked. A well-designed business card makes the first “personal impression”. The same way a firm handshake and eye contact get a relationship started on the right …

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Typography in Movie Titles

When those two converge, you have the recipe for some truly memorable title sequences. Here are some opening title sequences that I think do a great job of blending typography, design, and film. Mothman Prophecies The type in this sequence is pretty clean. The typeface itself is fine, doesn’t get me too excited on its own, …

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Do Space Turns Back Time At Tech Petting Zoo

Omaha’s newest technology library offered visitors young and old a glimpse into past with an event they dubbed “The Technology Petting Zoo.” The event featured a hands-on look at all kinds of vintage electronics: including classic Apple computers, video games, typewriters, record players and more! There was even a wild Furby sighting—a rare opportunity for …

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Digital Design Resources for 2016

If you are a designer looking for some valuable recommendations on where to find new information to improve the quality of your work, check out our list of Digital Design Resources for 2016 below: Fonts & Typography I Love Typography This site aims to make the subject more accessible, to bring the study of typography …

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6 Tips for Creating Landing Pages That Work

Landing pages can entice prospective customers by providing an attractive offer in exchange for information. On average, you have less than 10 seconds to grab the attention of a member of your online audience, so don’t clutter your landing page with endless content. If the idea of creating landing pages has you worried, do not fear! …

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How To: Pair Typefaces Like a Pro

Selecting fonts that look good is easy. Selecting two fonts that look good and work well together is a whole different ballgame. Hopefully these suggestions will help you simplify type pairing. How Many Fonts Should You Use? There are no specific limits regarding the number of fonts a designer should use. With that being said, …

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