Hi /gd/. So I'm looking to start a small graphic design bureau; I have the technical skills to do logos, banners, etc. but need some basic help on which formats, sizes, etc. you normally send out when a task is done..
Also what are some aesthetically visionary marketing bureaus out there right now?
Hey guys! I'm really into board and card games, i own a few (Love Letter, Coup, Munchkin and others).
The thing here is, i'm now making my own game and i need some help with the cards. I want a simple art, nothing with too much detail. I found this image on the web and i was trying to do the same with some other pictures with no success.
So i was wondering if you guys could help me, and maybe some of you know how to make images like this, all cubist and colorful.
>>252502 fellow board/card game enthusiast here. there are several aproaches to achieve that style. what I would do is to use dmesh or some other software intended for poly art http://dmesh.thedofl.com/ and simply recolor/erase some of the polygons
This thread is for you who want to help a rookie logo designer with everything there is to design.
Hey /gd! I'm an 18 y/o student currently taking courses in graphic design and what I mainly enjoy is making logos and that is something I want to improve in. To put it short; In order for me to pass the course and graduate I have to document my journey as a rookie in the "graphic design market" as well as actually do work for people. Mainly I am creating this thread because I want (if lucky) to receive jobs in order to improve myself. The jobs will of course... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>252495 >Mainly I am creating this thread because I want (if lucky) to receive jobs in order to improve myself. The jobs will of course be free Whatever you do, don't work for the newfags that don't know how our board works and show up requesting stuff. Given your situation and that you are asking /gd/ for work, you should lurk >>>/swr/ for some projects to work on.
>how you got/get your clients I started doing show posters and album... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>252545 >So like imagined/random personal briefs? More like >We have a show in 2 weeks, should make a poster for it or no ojne will show up. Find something from your life that could benefit from some decent /gd/ and just start working on it.
Hopefully you guys can help me. I'm wondering what filter or effect is used on the way this video is recorded. It's hard for me to explain but it gives a relatistic feel. I've seen movies played in big box stores with this "motion effect" what is it?
Hey /gd/ the title says it all, personal logo critique thread. pic related is mine, and needless to say my initials are N and S what do you think of this concept? As for the design i'm okay with it, but its the coloring thats bothering me. what do you think? advise will be furiously appreciated
>>252481 I have no idea whats going on but the font in photoshop doesnt have the weird lines inside like in sample 2. Also ive added some effects to it,etc. But when i import it to AE it shows up as the upper sample (shadow like thing)
>Be me >have Torch browser.(It's based on chrome so it's the same) >click menu/settings. >scroll down to "People" and click on "Profile 1". >"are you sure?" >don't pay attention >try to click >cancel button is on the right when it's usually on the left. >accidentally... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm mostly doing webdesign and front-end developement, but would like to do some print design too and am learning InDesign right now, but I have kind of a stupid question :
When I see all this pretty stationery stuff on design websites, I'm wondering how does this work ? If I design some pretty letter paper and invoices for say, a plumber or a gardener or any small business, what kind of deliverable am I supposed to hand my client over ? Because in the end they will use Word or Open Office... Obviously I can't give them an InDesign template.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Usually printing is part of the print designer's job, which sounds obvious phrased like that, but no you usually don't expect the client to print it on a home laser printer from Word. They will either already have a print method and in-house ppl to handle that, and so you hand over files, or you will coordinate that and will be helping them order the goods or billing them for the goods yourself.
For example, a basic set of printed matter: business cards, quarterly mailers, envelopes, invoices, and price tags. You design all of it including ink colour, dimension, paper stock, the actual digital design (.indd etc), confirm these choices with the client, place an order with a printer you like or you both agreed on, and send that printer the files they use. Some use pdf only, most take inDesign packages which is an export option that gives you control over whether or not the fonts are embedded or outlined, if the receiver can edit it, etc, and preserves all your CMYK/pantone/spot colour/printer's marks/etc. You add the printer's bill to your invoice along with your own fees and they get the product, and usually the design too if that was part of the deal.
For clients I usually give them .eps, indesign package, .svg, and .pdf as it's what most people are comfortable with. I'm also not opposed to giving them the .indd/.ai but it's usually included in the contract that they cannot alter it significantly. Of course, they will, which creates problems for me, so I limit it to clients who are obviously not stupid or cheap and would just prefer to export however they need to in future.
As you work with companies instead of individuals, they will usually already have relationships with printers they like or will ask you to work with. I have several in my town I like otherwise.
>>252419 I'd recommend you using a CSS Sprite file for all the little images in there. The website took a fairly long time to load on my PC.
The logo appears cropped when I change my window size, so try to reduce its size.
The top area (that one that slides down when I scroll through the website) is way too large and covers almost half of my screen. Also, since I'm on a netbook, the sub-menu under the green bar looks broken (pic related).
I really like the logo, but the "wyt" part on "swytch"... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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