Top 10 PsPrint Blogs of 2010

Jennifer
January 2, 2011

Birthday cards via jackhooker.com.

It seems like only recently I compiled the “Top 10 PsPrint Blogs of 2009.” Phew – time flies when you’re having fun with graphic design tips, marketing ideas, freelance suggestions and printing how-to’s! Here are the top 10 most-read PsPrint blogs for 2010.

6 Silly Birthday Card Designs
“In honor of my slow decay I’ve found six ridiculous birthday cards that are humorous, handmade and unexpected.”

5 Great Passport Wedding Invitation Designs
“Instead of a traditional wedding invitation, check out these passport inspired ideas.”

10 Stunning Fashion Design Sketches
“I bet a lot of graphic artists tune in every week to see the fashion industry showcase what’s new, hot and in style. Why are we so interested? Because fashion is art.”

10 Cool Brochure Designs
“Tri-fold brochures are great and serve their purpose, but brochures don’t always have to be limited to looking like a template.”

Say ‘I Do’ to Mix CD Wedding Favors
“Your wedding doesn’t have to be an environmental disaster – by creating a favor that guests will be able to use, you’re preventing a bunch of plastic from ending up in a landfill.”

7 Awesome Circle Logos (For Companies You’ve Never Heard Of)
“Just about any logo design gallery or showcase online is loaded with the same old (though effective) logos we’ve all seen time and again, or knockoffs thereof.”

5 Clever Personal Business Cards for Graphic Designers
“If you want to design for high-paying clients, it is paramount that your own marketing materials are striking, stunning and beautiful.”

10 Best Minor League Baseball Logos
“I was a bit hesitant to write this post in the wake of the beating I took for omitting PsPrint’s hometown A’s and the adjacent Giants from my list of top 10 best Major League Baseball logos.”

5 Productivity Zappers to Avoid When Working From Home
“I feel so lucky that I can have a life that includes working in my pajamas! But working from home can be a blessing and a curse.”

10 Unconventional Business Card Designs
“A business card is your company in the palm of your potential client’s hand. It doesn’t have to be loud or outlandish to be a great design, but what it should be is specific to your business and its product or service.”

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About Jennifer Moline

Jennifer Moline writes for the PsPrint Blog as well as maintains its Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google Plus and Pinterest presences. She also guest-blogs for such notable graphic design blogs as Fuel Your Creativity and Inspiredology. She’s previously written about technology and small business for news websites, magazines and newspapers. In her off-hours, Jennifer can be found roughing it in the mountains or tucked away in a movie theater.

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January 07, 2016 03:21 am #

Agreed . I just found your blog a few days ago. I definetly love checking out these posts. I just added to favorite. Thank you for writing. We discovered your blog by using msn. Great to know that the search engine knows how to find excellent sites and not trash blogs. Have a excellent 2011...

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