Changing The Face Of Web Design: A Case Study Of 25 Years

The World Wide Web celebrated its 25th birthday on March 11 2014 and during its evolution, web design has also advanced in leaps and bounds. No longer do we have to put up with endless clunky text and low-resolution images. Today's informative, innovative and easy-to-navigate websites are so commonplace that you've probably forgotten what websites looked like back in the 1990's.... Continue reading

10 Tips to Turn Your Ebook Into a Print Book

It takes a lot of tinkering to get your ebook designs to look just right. From the cover art to the text within the interior pages, you want everything to look perfect in the digital space. But do you also consider how your ebook will look when it is printed out? Digital books are becoming more and more mainstream, but printed publications are still the norm. Though you strive to make your digital file flawless in the virtual world, some of that effort may be lost once ink has been applied to paper.... Continue reading

Secrets Of A Killer Blog Post [Infographic]

One of the hardest bit about maintaining a blog is to stand out of the crowded blogging landscape, plus there are viral videos, gifs, news, marketing campaigns etc, all vying for the same attention. What’s an honest blogger to do? has released an infographic on how you... Continue reading

6 Mind Mapping Tools to Increase Design Efficiency

The technique of mind mapping has actually been around for centuries, but Tony Buzan, a psychology author from the '70s, was the most recent advocate of mind mapping, explaining that jotting down ideas in a branch-like fashion is much more conducive to the way we automatically skim a page when not conformed to linear note-taking. And it makes sense.... Continue reading

When Does Brand Design Actually Matter?

As a brand identity designer, I often struggle with this question. Looking at companies like Apple, Dell, Google, and Amazon, which all started out with bland, uninspiring logos and no real brand identity to speak of, I often find myself pondering over which of my potential clients would... Continue reading