Useful Social Networking Sites for Designers

Are you a graphic, website, exhibition, product or furniture designer? If so, then have a look at these great social websites that are great for networking with other designers, use as a great design resource for inspiration, make friends amongst the design community, getting yourself noticed, or just a place to build a portfolio on … 

 

Another hard day at the ‘office’…

One of the possitives of being a freelance designer is the huge scope of design projects I’ve been able to work on. For instance yesterday I was outdoors  for several hours (and the British weather for once was lovely, tshirt tan incoming) erecting a huge 10metre wigwam gazebo I had produced the artwork for, for … 

 

Tips on getting your atwork print ready

Another simple”walkthrough”. I’ve had over 5 years design experience  in the print industry, predominately graphics based, producing brochures, leaflets, posters, banners, and even tshirts and mousemats. I know, 5 years doesnt sound like a lot, but wow, I’ve made a lot of mistakes in this short ammount of time, so I feel I’ve learnt a … 

 

May 2010 Website Launches

Was a busy April and begining of May for me on the website design front. One of my clients requested an overhall on his furniture website. Below are the two website outcomes. (if anyone is reading this, please let me know what you think). Unfortunately for the first site Sky-linedesign.co.uk I wasn’t given any creative … 

 

Lego Should Rule The World!

I’ve always had a fascination with lego for its versatile nature. I think its the ability to be able to build, construct, or create something so easily and quickly. And the fact if something goes wrong, you can fix it with another bit. When I was given a box set of lego I never used …