Art Nouveau is a romantic, decorative design style that works beautifully for wedding stationery. Here, we’ll give a modern update to this ornate style with this easy-to-create wedding invitation.
Graphic design hasn’t always had the best reputation for gender equality. It’s a traditionally male-dominated industry, and most of the best-known designers discussed in articles and books today are men.
2018 marks a hundred years since women won the right to vote in Britain, due to the remarkable efforts of the suffragist movement. The suffragettes campaigned tirelessly for their democratic rights to be recognised by the British government, using posters and banners at demonstrations.
With Vogue declaring 2018 to be ‘The Year of Optimism’, bold and beautiful colors are firmly back on the fashion world’s radar. Graphic design and illustration are following suit as well, with muted tones making way for cheerful, color-box brights that won’t fail to raise a smile.
Our love affair for all things vintage isn’t waning anytime soon, but you can bring your designs bang up-to-date by balancing retro and contemporary elements in your layouts.
Text is never simply text—typography, or the way type is arranged on a layout, has a huge influence over the visual impact of a message, setting the tone and mood for the reader. Type design has a long and fascinating history, and the digital fonts we use today often have incredible origin stories.
In this quick and simple tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a paper cut-out effect which you can apply to any text in Adobe InDesign. This type trend would make a fantastic addition to magazine layouts or posters.
We’re celebrating all things celebratory this week! And what sort of celebration could be more fun than a night out clubbing?
With more music events launching each year, the festival market is booming… and fiercely competitive. Thoughtfully designed posters and flyers will make a huge difference to ticket sales, and will help set the mood for the event.
Celebrate the Easter weekend with this cheerful flyer design. Inspired by mid-century style, this would make a lovely promotional flyer for an Easter egg hunt or other spring-themed event.
A beautifully designed resume can spell the difference between securing that interview or being tossed onto a pile of overlooked applications. While a jazzy design might be appropriate for some creative roles, most employers will be looking for a CV that’s pleasant to look at and easy to read.
Before the days of the internet, a Haynes manual was your only source for DIY help. Those dark days may be long gone, but the charm of the Haynes manual lives on in the form of ‘mock’ designs which advise readers on a range of amusing topics, from marriage to pensioners.
With spring just around the corner, this flyer has a fresh, pretty design that feels spot on for the season ahead. Easily adaptable to suit country fairs, farmers’ markets or community events, it’s also quick and easy to put together using InDesign and Photoshop.
Have no time? No problem! These ready-to-edit templates are professional and convenient… and great value to boot.