I hope this is the right bored for this kind of stuff. I'm using 2d design but I'm having trouble making the angles and spacing correct. The book shaped things are supposed to follow the inner circle as well as possible and they are also supposed to be spaced apart equally, My ideas is to just do one quarter of it and then copy it to the top to create a half.
Are there any maps that use the New York City subway map style, but are for another city whether real or fantasy (e.g. a GTA map done in NYC map's style). Attached is a bad example because it's still New York City, just having replaced subway stops with coffee shops.
>>254507 No easy answer. Almost any software (including Ai) will give you the wrong answer by default. Most software will give you a very wrong answer (e.g. sRGB averaging or GIMPs "lightness"), other software will give you a less wrong answer (using ITU-BT REC. 709), but in the end it doesn't mean the colors will actually come out equiluminous from your printer.
You can compute it if you have the color-profile of the printer.
So i just made this and was wondering if it has some potential to be made into a logo/poster or anything. Im a newbie in Illustrator, do you have some tips for me? Also post your creations if you wish.
I have knowledge of basic html and css from a few college courses. My main skill is graphic design, but I am constantly getting asked if I "do" websites. They would be mostly for small businesses such as: construction companies, landscaping companies, car detailing companies, etc. I am not looking to build any type of e-commerce site, just simple websites that highlight the services offered with an emphasis on acquiring leads through a strong call to action. I find myself struggling trying to code a website from scratch. I found a really nice wordpress template... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
gallup isn't even in the top 10k on alexa... Either way, the most a company can do if you don't follow their branding guidelines is usually to forbid you from using their branding (which they own.)
Some companies may care more than others. Most companies understand that being ubiquitous is the over-arching goal, and having consistent branding is just one component to achieving that. If an important website that will help you establish your brand slightly violates your branding guidelines, you would typically ask yourself if it's worth forbidding that website... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm designing a facebook page for a freind. He has a phone repair business. The company doesn't have a logo so I'm just using regular text.
I have two ideas but I'm not sure which one to go with. The first one looks cool but it's it doesn't seem like something that would reflect a phone business. The other one is kind of generic but, to me, it looks nice and friendly and more fitting.
Which one should I choose and how can I improve them?
I realize the text on the first one isn't readable, I'll get to that.
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