Posts tagged design
7 Hacks for Designing like a Pro

If having to design something for yourself leaves you in a sweaty panic then check out my 7 tips below.

The 7 tips will make sure you are on the right track to designing something meaningful, beautiful, and functional.

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How To Build a Website Without a Web Designer

If you’re just starting out with your own personal business, hiring a bona fide web designer may not be a possibility right away. Thankfully, designing a website of your own without any formal training is easier than ever—you just need some practice and a little elbow grease. And some tools. Here are eight tips to keep in mind when designing your own website.

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How To Decide On A Logo Design For Your Business

Whether you are designing a logo for yourself or working with a designer you want to make sure the logo will work for your brand. If you or your designer isn't digging deep enough into your brand, your goals, and your target market than you might end up with a logo that won't work for you. Even though your logo isn't 100% of what makes up your brand, it is a pretty big element and you want to make sure it speaks for your brand in the right tone and voice. 

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How to Properly Ask for Design Feedback in Facebook Groups

Facebook groups are a great way to connect with like-minded people, form friendships, and find people to collaborate on awesome projects with. However, Facebook groups are not the best place to be asking for design feedback, unless you are doing an amazing job of explaining your brand and what your business is about. 

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How To Create A Thoughtful and Well Curated Moodboard. Plus Free Moodboard Templates!

I love that exciting feeling you get when you decide it's time for a rebrand, or maybe you are just starting out and in the beginning stages of bringing your brand to life. You probably have a million ideas running through your head and the possibilities seem endless. As exciting as it is, it can lead to feeling overwhelmed and unsure of where to even begin, we've all been there, myself included.

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