Even though this company is one of our competitors, I do like how they have graphically represented leasing trends. Guess I have some work to do to beat this.
Looking for a distressed font? Check out the Asfalto.
Take a look at this article by Joe Berkowitz “because sometimes it takes a logo-swap to put brands in perspective.”
I look forward to using this typeface in a future project. It is unique, architectural, and effectively uses of closure. Visit dafont to download it for yourself.
Originally posted on The Daily Post:
For many of you, images are an integral part of your site. But sometimes, you might not have the right photograph to use for a post. As we’ve mentioned before, you can use the Creative Commons to search for images you need across the web, from Flickr to Wikimedia…
This presentation created by Visible Logic provides an overview of the graphic design profession in order to work effectively with a graphic designer. Includes: typography, color systems, layout, software, communication and visual hierarchy. To view the entire presentation, click here.
If you are searching for a retro font, check out Gatsby by Casady & Greene.
The Tidy Street Project in Brighton, UK (which was featured in the documentary “Urbanized”) uses graphic design and typography to visually show residents their energy use through an innovative street infographic.