I thought I should address this in my own simple way. So I will keep this as simple and concise as possible, without delving in to too much details.
Since the beginning of my career in digital design, I have always considered the 72 dpi as the standard medium for designing digital artwork/graphics. This mantra of 72 dpi is for digital and 300 dpi is for print was never really widely questioned and maybe out of procrastination or pure ignorance, I was never bothered about this in the kick off of my career and to ask the origin or science behind the 72dpi rule. … Breaking the 72dpi myth: Blues of mobile/screen UID
Right now we interact with our computers, phones, tablets and other devices in predictable ways. We click, we type, we touch, we drag — but as commonplace as these interfaces are, they’re all recent inventions, and they could very well be replaced before we know it.
The first section of the London Underground opened in 1863. Over the following decades, a number of Tube maps – showing an uncoordinated network of lines owned by different companies – were published in increasing, unwieldy profusion. None looked like the iconic map so beloved by visitors and locals today.
After once watching almost an endless spree of Gordon Ramsay’s shows. I was inspired by his work ethics, passion and determination that he put in to his work as a chef. He has all of the qualities that make a man, a serious professional at their job.
Designing an identity is a huge responsibility for any designer out there, since whatever we come up with shapes up the image of the business and acts as a face for the business itself. … Logo design – What’s the secret?