Unlike vectors, bitmaps (or rasters) loose quality when you enlarge them. Sometimes you need a larger drawing of something and all you’ve got is a small bitmap. You want your designs to have high quality, especially when you are going to print it. That’s why converting (or tracing) a bitmap to a vector is a […]
This past week I had the opportunity of designing the logo for Elles 2.0, a female entrepreneur community.
Are you obsessed with hand lettering? It’s totally possible to teach yourself hand lettering by reading and watching online tutorials and classes. I’ve put together some of my favourite online resources that I hope you will find as helpful as it was for me.
In this post I will explain what a logo guideline is, what to include in a logo guideline, why it is necessary, in what format it should be and when it is developed.
I found these infographics on Pinterest and thought it is a great tool to let clients know about the misconceptions of graphic design.
This blog post is mainly aimed at students who want to start their own freelance design business. Starting a graphic design business doesn’t involve a lot of start-up costs. You can be an effective designer without having expensive equipment. Here is the bare minimum you need to start your design business in South Africa.
Have you ever wondered how you get an image inside text with CorelDraw? We will be using CorelDraw’s PowerClip. This easy and quick tutorial will teach you how.
In this post you will find 13 shortcuts or techniques that will help you save time when you work in CorelDraw.
In this article I will tell you all about bleed and crop marks. These two terms are used when you design for print. Setting up your file correctly before going to print is very important. I hope that graphic design students or anyone wanting to learn more about print design will find this article helpful.