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Hiring a designer is a big decision, especially when you’re just starting your business or when the budget is tight. You might be hesitant to hire someone to help you with your visual identity for a number of reasons, ranging from budget to busyness to previous bad experiences. Continue reading
It’s already February, and Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! If you haven’t already, you’ll probably want to incorporate this holiday of love into your marketing material. To make things a little easier for you, I’ve compiled a list of twenty of the best graphic design resources for Valentine’s Day, including stock photos, fonts, color palettes, and graphic elements. Enjoy! Continue reading
As you can tell from my recent blog posts, there’s something about the change of seasons from summer to fall that gets me so excited! I can feel my level of creativity going up as the temperature drops. One of the most inspiring parts of fall is the burst of color that can suddenly be found in nature. Summer is filled with so much greenery, and although there’s nothing wrong with that, it just isn’t as exciting as the multitude of colors found in autumn. Continue reading
Autumn is my favorite season. I love the cooler weather (especially after summer’s heat), the way the leaves change colors, hot drinks (cocoa and chai tea!), and especially fall clothing! I could wear leggings, boots, and scarves all year long if it was cool enough. Continue reading
The Monoline Beach Icon set that I created this past summer is currently on sale for only $4! The set contains 25 beachy vector icons to be used for a variety of projects. It’s something I had a lot of fun making and so far it seems like many other designers are enjoying it as well. Continue reading
As a freelance designer, I’ve worked with a variety of clients on a variety of projects. I love the excitement of working with someone who has a vision for something new and exciting, and researching their industry to learn how to design effectively in a field that I might initially be unfamilar with. Continue reading