Since color is a fundamental design element, designers should have a well-rounded knowledge of color theory that addresses color perception, psychology and symbolism in order to make intelligent design decisions.

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I'm currently reading the book, Imagine by Jonah Lehrer. It's trigging a great deal of thoughtful contemplation as I consider how creativity…

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All too often a business or organization seeks a designer to execute an untested, unrefined idea as quickly and cheaply as possible. A business that's design-oriented will not regard design as an afterthought but as the basis for its marketing communications and brand awareness.

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It can happen that a typo escapes the proof-reader's scrutiny and lands front and center in the published design. The problem with typos is that they de-value even the best of typographic design.

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If a hiring firm wants to give special consideration to candidates from a specific school, that's its right. But then it should carry on its notification processes within the sphere of that school's alumni and career counseling office

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From my sketchbook. Sitting in a restaurant near the wharf, I noticed this pensive guy a few tables over. I wondered, what's…

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