Emanuele Abrate illustrates the typefaces used in some of the most famous brands.
After posting Color Psychology in Logo Design last week, I became more curious about how my studio‘s branding might be triggering different psychologies in clients. I wondered if it they’re sending out messages that might be perceived differently by men or women (see “You Work For Her”), and different cultures in different parts of the world. Read more
In this infographic by Muse Design, which has a curious mix of “color” and “colour” (homogenized below for your convenience), the designer provides some color commentary (so to speak) as to what colors consciously and subconsciously say: Read more
You may’ve noticed a new logo up there in the right corner of [d]online. To celebrate 10 years since I created my studio, era404 Creative Group, and because my stationery was finally running out, we felt it was time to update our brand.
Over the last decade, era404 has truly transformed from a design and development shop to one that provides comprehensive, strategic campaigns. Our best projects—the most rewarding and enjoyable ones—have spawned from relationships with clients that have fully embraced our nature as an ideas company. This is to say that when clients approach us with ideas, they hire us for more than just implementation. Rather, we’ve been privileged to be involved from Day One concepting through the complete process of strategy, design, development and continued maintenance of their campaigns. With these projects, we’ve had the pleasure of not only participating in the growth of their ideas and bringing them to life, but helping shape them with our knowledge and experience in the industry. Read more