WebDesignCore have gathered a unique variety of beautiful brochure print designs to enhance your way of expression with powerful inspiration at all. No, I have no idea what that means either, but the website is certainly worth checking out.
Making CD covers is a common assignment for a designer, and if you are a beginner, DzineBlog have put down some of their tried and tested tips! Read on to know how you can make better CD covers.
BitchMagazine points out the insidious, everyday sexism of popular culture, propose alternatives, and celebrate pro-woman, pro-feminism pop products. They’ve very kindly put all their covers up in this post.
NoLayout is a digital library for independent publishers, focusing on art books and fashion magazines. It is meant as a support for printed publications, allowing users to flip through full content on any screen without downloads or apps
SmashingMagazine describes how to create a three-color screen print using a fictional company logo, and have it set up to allow a screen printer to easily print the color separations that create the separate screens for each color print.
If you ran out of ideas or, most likely, of time to create your salutation cards, this selection of Christmas Photoshop resources will be of great help. In this list at PhotoshopRoadmap, you will find a nice amount of ornaments, trees, snowflakes, swirls, doodles, brushes, vectors, patterns and a lot more.
Winepressofwords have decided to showcase a different and unique collection of cover designs which never made it to the final stages. Not that these cover designs are bad or ugly—a different design was simply elected for the final product. You can click to see the final approved design for comparison.
In this post at YouTheDesigner, a series of brochure designs are compiled for designers who are looking for efficient ways of creating brochures. Feel free to browse through these 20+ Brochure Design Examples and let these cool ideas inspire your next print projects!