We’re tying the knot! The only thing more exciting than getting married is getting to design all of my wedding stationery. We are getting married in August; I’ve had these done for a while (we’re less than 3 months away at this point!) but I’m just getting to posting them now. The style of the wedding is lakeside nautical, vintage inspired, outdoors/woodsy, and...
I am in love with Ruche’s photography in their look-books. How fun would it be to be on set with them?! ———————————————————————————————————————————————————
Happy Mother’s Day to all those beautiful moms out there! My mom got this pretty little present on Sunday morning. I was so excited to give it to her, I couldn’t stand it. I don’t know if I was more excited to give it to her because of the present, or the wrapping! My friends and family will tell you that I have a serious home-made wrapping paper addiction. For Christmas, I...
Print will never die. There’s no substitute for the feel of an actual book. I...– J.K. Rowling, Words with JAM magazine (via magicworks)
20 questions to ask clients...
The Design Cubicle prepared 20 awesome questions to ask your clients before you embark on a logo design journey. This is essential, and the more you get to know your client, the easier it will be to come up with something that is spot on for them. Also useful from Creative Latitude: forms, questionnaires, pricing guides, etc. And some fun and useful tools from Freelanceswitch.
how to work with and hire a graphic designer
When initially embarking on a freelance project with a client, I always outline my research and design process. It helps provide the client with clarity and assurance while we do what we do. It’s especially important because each designer will have a different process, so it will be impossible for the client to know the designer’s right off the bat, unless they have previously worked...