Why is a logo like a love affair? In the beginning, it’s all sunshine and roses and possibilities, ie. the ‘research’ or ‘ideas’ phase of designing a logo.
Brand By Name’s business cards include 3 different printing processes. Let’s take a look at what goes on behind the scenes.
The ampersand’s curly, friendly nature makes it a favourite symbol of many a type enthusiast, whether amateur or professional. But where did it come from?
You’ve got ideas in mind, but how do you share them with your designer? Will they be offended? How to brief your designer to explain what you want.
Instagram Linkedin We love designing business cards – for such a small thing, they can make a big impact Brand By Name’s business cards are
Ethan Hawke talks about the importance of creativity, and why art is so important during major life event events.
It’s a huge challenge to create a brand for an event like the Olympics. It’s even more difficult when you factor in the stakeholders, committees, meetings, focus groups and opinions.
Wondering when to use an infographic? Infographics were all the rage a few years ago, and they remain a highly effective marketing tool to this day. But is an infographic the right way to get your message across?
Instagram Linkedin Petbarn updates their brand If you’re one of the many people who have a feline, furry or fishy friend, you may already know
Brand By Name worked with the amazing team at State Library Victoria, designing event collateral for the 2019 Keith Murdoch Oration.
On this day the Opening Ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games was scheduled to begin.
What are the different logo file formats and why do I need them? JPEGs are the standard file format. PNGs offer better transparency. Less often, you will need the EPS, otherwise known as a vector file.
You almost certainly know his work. He’s the designer of the ‘I love NY’ logo. His 2001 essay ‘Ten Things I have Learned’ always struck a cord.
Don’t panic – the Cadbury signature purple colour isn’t going anywhere.
As a conference speaker, Christina Wodtke often found herself the only woman on stage. She was tired of hearing excuses from organisers, so she created Women Talk Design – an online directory of women speakers in design.