Six iPhone apps a graphic designer can’t live without (plus two just for fun)

Here’s my list of the applications that I wouldn’t be without

Oh, the wonderful things you can do in your garage

If your business is based on a remote communications model, you don’t need the extra expense of setting up shop in a downtown suite. Freelance …

Let’s talk about custom fonts

Custom fonts can play an influential role in your layout and overall design of a printed ad. The format the ad ultimately takes doesn’t matter. …

Tips for choosing a quality brochure template

Brochures come in many forms — postcards, tri-fold brochures, flyers, etc. — but there are a few tips that need to be followed when you …

Why bother with design school?

Let’s face it: There are a lot of “designers” out there with little or no formal education. Some of them have no talent; others are …

What you can learn from scams

scamGip, con, hornswoggle — no matter what you call them, scams are everywhere and the Internet seems to offer the perfect environment to spread swindles. …

Designers, get your files organized!

It simply saves time and aggravation if you have a good system of organizing your files. Generally, you don’t want to have more items in a folder than you can see on you screen at one time. As a rule, it usually works best to have a folder for each client and within each client folder there should be a fold for each separate job. Each job folder should be broken down in various resources such as images, fonts, copy, etc

From one, many

bubblesRecycling is good for business, and I’m not talking about trees and paper. Product recycling is one of the best ways to make more money …

Five must-have iPhone apps for graphic designers

iphoneThe iPhone is one of the most popular products in the country, and is perhaps on the precipice of an iPhone explosion if Apple makes