It may sound easy but often designers find it quite a challenge to seamlessly integrate stock photos with their message. How do you choose the right photo and then integrate it with your message? It’s about asking some basic questions like how you are going to use the image? What kind of audience will be viewing it? What kind of message do you want to send? Do you want a horizontal or vertical orientation and many more.The concept part:The emotion behind the subject: It’s very important to capture... continue reading
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Ready, set, quit! Oh, if it were only that easy.Every year on the third Thursday in November, this year falling on the 16th, the American Cancer Society sponsors The Great American Smoke Out as a way to get people committed to living a tobacco free life.When the event first began in the early 1970’s, the message to smokers was to use a specific date to commit to quitting cold turkey.Since then, research has shown that a smoking addiction is an extremely tough one to break and... continue reading
Print materials are important to most everyone on Dreamstime, from photographers to designers looking for imagery.Last week in the Project Your Identity series we covered the importance of business cards. While certainly a very important aspect of your physical marketing effort, even the best business card design can only say so much due to its inherently small size. More in depth, high impact print materials such as letterheads, envelopes, flyers, postcards, door hangers, posters, banners, and... continue reading
This is my first blog and I hope that I will get some pennies for my thoughts:) Well,I would like to jot down thoughts about elements of designand the likethatcatch my eye .Hope its useful!In India one sees a profusion of colors and imagery all around.Be it theRangoli or kolam patterns or the shapes and forms used on pots, to textiles to walls of houses, there are influences everywhere if we look for them. The motifs that are used in these designs give them a special flavor and identity.... continue reading
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