I had an epiphany today. I was working on a job at work and started doing corrections to make the result polished when I noticed that some of the details were rather ugly ok a logo. The designer had clearly used Image Trace in Illustrator. It wasn’t the worst I’ve ever seen, but I did … Continue reading Credit Where Due
This design showcases the entertainment and event planning part of Ronnie’s business. The brief mentioned that the client wanted to see a design with foil in it, so I made my cards using the 877C Pantone swatch. Of course, the client could choose to have his cards foil stamped, which is more expensive. Either way, … Continue reading deejay.photo
Anyone who has had to work two jobs knows it’s unpleasant unless it’s 2 strictly part time jobs. I, of course, don’t fall into that category. I don’t even get paid time off since I’m an independent contractor and self-employed. There’s a real freedom to that. There’s also the problem that I don’t make nearly … Continue reading Holding Two Jobs
I want to be good at design. But am I good at design? It’s an odd question. Design has no right or wrong. A designer follows the whims of the client even when they want something ugly. We designers solve visual problems, but we generally don’t decide what gets the stamp of approval in the eye of … Continue reading Design and Other Conundrenigmas
This logo is copyright to Justin Mason. I was hired to make this a week and a half ago. Work started on Monday and I delivered the final files last night. I learned something new: Acrobat Pro can edit text, but only if it’s on a flat line. It couldn’t edit the curved text in … Continue reading First Logo Job!