Still stuck on Adobe Indesign CS6 and need to open a modern CC build 2015 file? This wonderful German(I think) company hosts a file-upload form that you can send your file and recieve a converted file back in 10 minutes or so.
Great stuff for those of you who don’t want change.
See the link below
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I love this site to test my mettle against the public at large on issues of interest. This is a great proving ground for your opinion!
Debate.org is the premier online debate website where individuals from around the world come to debate with one another and educate themselves on popular
Source: The Premier Online Debate Website | Debate.org
While we cannot in good faith recommend using a free logo as a permanent branding device for your business, resources like the link below are a great way to see what you like and don’t like about different styles and shapes.
When picking out your logo design keep a few questions in mind.
Do you want to be perceived as:
- Innovative or Traditional
- Loud or Understated
- Complex or Simple
- Masculine or Feminine
- Luxury or Budget
These are but a few examples of the type of questions a good designer will ask. Make sure the look and feel you receive from a logo is one that supports your brand identity.
Use the contact form on the right to ask us a question—->
LogoLogo.com, the home of free logos that really are free. Logos are available for download in vector and raster formats including AI, EPS, PSD and CDR.
Your headline is the most important part of any print ad. Do you know what it takes to get your piece read?
Here are 4 types to get you started.
- How To
- The Question
- Top Ten Reasons
Read the details below.
Source: 4 Types of Advertising Headlines That Get Attention
Julia Margaret Cameron, photographer
The Getty Research Institute publishes thousands of images and text from across its extensive repository of databases, catalogs, collections, and archives. Take a look!
Source: GSG: highlights=Open Content Images