Most of the time Dingbats are not taken seriously as a resource for design elements. However, there are a select few that standout in quality and style, and can actually be very useful. Their versatility and simplicity offers an universally easy to understand language that can be seen in anything from road signs and posters, to icons and logos, and can be found everywhere from the North to the South Pole. Yep, Pictograms are awesome.
Designers keep on finding ways to give back to nature and re-use resources in order to preserve our precious planet. Lisa Bacon, the creator of Write with MOXIE pencils, came up with an original and Eco-friendly solution for office supplies. Her cool alternative to the everyday pencil is made from 100% recycled color paper and comes in a variety of colors to brighten up your office.
Apple’s Board of Directors announced today that Steve Jobs has resigned as Chief Executive Officer, and the Board has named Tim Cook, previously Apple’s Chief Operating Officer, as the company’s new CEO. Jobs has been elected Chairman of the Board and Cook will join the Board, effective immediately.
A lot of my clients are asking me about the design process when it comes to brand or product identity. I decided to share the insight into the work that goes on behind the scenes when I design a logo. A well thought-out and efficiently executed work is a must for long-term success for any identity.
Have you ever been to a conference where you have gathered tons and tons of business cards and promotional materials that you eventually threw away because you simply got tired of sifting through the information? I know I did and it made me angry at times. We have become aware of the impact and imprint we leave on the planet but yet found a solution to sustain the meaningful and Eco-friendly ways to our waste.