Everyone in creative fields have experienced creative blocks. Those can be hard to break through but they usually end up in epiphanies that are much more valuable that time wasting breaking through the wall of stagnation.
borrowed from GeekFeed
I get this question a lot. It’s a simple question that requires an elaborate answer. Websites are not shoes, they don’t have price tags attached to them like the loafers in DSW do. If you consider this analogy you might ask a question or two that relate to your custom kicks. Who these shoes will be worn by – Mike WhatsHisName or Chuck Norris? Will these shoes be made for walking or for alligator hunting in wild Amazonian jungles? Will the shoes be made of leather or glass suitable only for Cinderella feet?
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.