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I really enjoy business card projects. Every design is different and comes with a unique set of challenges and considerations. I love the process of figuring out what the client wants, what they need, and how I can use my design skills to make it happen. In this post, I detail the design process for … Continue reading Business Card: Rustic Treehouse
After spending too much time researching how to build my graphic design skill set, I decided to do what every piece of research recommended: just start doing it. Many of the articles I read suggested re-creating designs and images that already exist. I've never been short of ideas, and I was hesitant to go this … Continue reading Universal Citizenship Card Series: The Elevator Dilemma
A few years ago, I was looking for some images to include in an eLearning module. I wanted to incorporate visuals into some of the more text heavy slides, but didn't have a budget. I thought it would be easy breezy to find free images to use. Man, was I wrong. At the time, free … Continue reading The Truth is Out There – So Are Free Images
I struggle with colors, especially when it comes to matching. Without any formal training, it's been tough to know what really works and what colors to use if I'm trying to achieve a specific purpose, like motivating learners or gaining subscribers. I've spent countless hours obsessing over colors and have found several helpful resources that … Continue reading So Many Colors: 4 Great Resources to Make Life Easier
I had a blast with my first business card design and learned a lot in the process. Here is everything I learned, from beginning to end. Client: My girl Heidi at Casa Pena Designs, an interior design firm We've been talking about updating the CPD logo for awhile, but it hasn't happened yet. In the meantime, … Continue reading Business Card: Casa Pena Designs