10 Best Minor League Baseball Logos Play ball! 10. Durham Bulls The Durham Bulls logo makes my list if for no other reason than that the team was featured in the classic baseball film “Bull Durham.” Of course, I like letter-based logos and the bull storming through the “D” is the icing on the cake. […]
Budweiser has spent untold millions on rolling out its Black Crown line. That includes two 30-second Super Bowl spots. One thing it failed to do: get the hashtag right. Outdoor placement urged consumers to use “#taste is,” but, alas, hashtags can’t have spaces. We are now entering the hashtag era, as evidenced by the half
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This awe-inspiring 3D poster is completely made out of paper, and it bears a single line of hope as it’s name: “Words Can Fly A Thousand Miles.” Made by artists Kyosuke Nishida, Brian Li, and Dominic Liu, the poster is a reminder of the aftermath of the earthquake in Japan this past year, when messages,
Whether in print or on the Internet, design will always exist. If you’re a designer, type is a tool, just like color, your layout grid, or the photos and illustrations. If you’re a print buyer, you may also need to communicate your type preferences to the designers you work with, so it behooves you to
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The business card is a predominant design element of brand messaging and a reflection of corporate culture, as it is often the first branding message a client will see, and it builds a first impression about the company from the moment they hold it in their hands. Companies spend money on advertising, a logo, exhibit graphics, and
Websites are the gateway to get exposure for any kind of business. It is connected with World Wide Web and is increasing the visibility of your products and services before the public. People now rely on internet for majority of their requirements. Developments in technology have changed the tastes and preferences of people. Now everyone
Branding is the marriage of technology and art. Consider the Nike “Swoosh” symbol. It’s easily recognizable, it’s universally recognized (no text) and it’s simple. Very simple. The Swoosh was tested in focus groups and in test markets before it became one of the best-known branding symbols ever produced. From Mr. Clean to IBM’s Big Blue,