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The 10 (and one extra) Typefaces you Really Should be Using

Let’s not waste time. The list is beneath this very sentence. 1) Brandon Text Brandon Text is the ‘good son’ of the Brandon Grotesque family. Offering a warm look through round corners, ligatures and higher x-height than the Grotesque version, its smooth curves came to prominence in the 1920s and 1930s (a bit like Joan Read the full article…


Is Your Website User-Friendly? Things You May Have Missed

Who wants to be lumbered with the keys to a building deemed a pain to enter by the handicapped community? Well… probably those looking for an early retirement or anyone labelled ‘genuinely ignorant’ by his peers. Rumours, which thrive on delicate subjects such as the blackening of a business reputation, travel quickly. So it is Read the full article…


Ding! Ding! – The Differences Between Responsive and Adaptive Web Design

I must confess that this week I found myself reading into this topic probably as much as you are at the minute – I too wanted to know more about the differences between Responsive and Adaptive web design. Initially, I Its like comparing a red apple with an even redder apple. They sound suspiciously similar Read the full article…


Graphic Design Trends: Limitless & Uncontrollable

  As an art, graphic design has been one of the most important elements in marketing and commercial branding long before the computer was even invented! Before such technological breakthroughs, designers existed with just the humble pen and paper to create top-selling images, now, in the computer age, that method has grown into a huge, Read the full article…


Web Design 101: The Design Process

    As a designer, I thought I would write about one of the most integral things to do with design – the design process. This process can be smooth running or complicated at times, but with a good team, time and patience, the outcomes can be quite rewarding in the end. I chose to Read the full article…