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Rudecolor 2015 Color Trends Mood Boards for Designers

Rudecolor 2015 Color Trends Mood Boards for Designers

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2015/01/23
Filed In Categories: Colour, Inspiration, Resources


Post Excerpt: The Rudecolor 2015 Color Trends Mood Boards, is a wonderful color resource that I’ve really enjoyed looking through. Something about the simplicity of the 3 main referenced colours on each page, along with the 3 photographs, provides a useful visual… Read More

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Authentic Snaps Royalty Stock Photography Free Photographs

Authentic Snaps – Free Stock Photography – Royalty Free Photographs

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2014/12/03
Filed In Categories: Design Essentials, Photography, Resources


Post Excerpt: Valentin, a photographer from Germany, has created his own library of free stock photography, called AuthenticSnaps. All you need to do in order to get 5 new AuthenticSnap photographs delivered by email, is sign up. Once you do sign up, and verify your email,… Read More

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YorkUK Hosting

Need to Find a UK Web Host? I Have Used YorkUK Hosting for 7 Years

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2014/03/10
Filed In Categories: Design Essentials, Portfolio, Resources, Tips & Advice


Post Excerpt:   If you’ve been following me on Twitter over the last year, you might have seen the odd Tweet describing countless problems I had been experiencing on a daily occurrence with my website. From having no problems whatsoever, hosted with York… Read More

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My Logo Design Brief in a One Page PDF

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2013/12/05
Filed In Categories: Resources


Post Excerpt: I get a lot of people filling in my logo design brief with junk copy just so they can get a sense of what questions are spread out over the five pages. This actually bothers me for a few reasons, but the main one is the sense of disappointment I feel… Read More

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picjumbo

picjumbo – Free Stock Photography – Royalty Free Photographs

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2013/12/04
Filed In Categories: Designer Spotlight, Free Font, Photography, Resources


Post Excerpt: picjumbo – Free Stock Photography – Royalty Free Photographs Picjumbo.com, by Victor Hanacek is another great free stock photography website offering: “totally free photos for your commercial & personal works” I’m really… Read More

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Gratisography-by-Bells-Design

Gratisography – Free Hi-Resolution Photographs by Bells Design

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2013/11/30
Filed In Categories: Designer Spotlight, Photography, Resources


Post Excerpt: Gratisography: Free high-resolution pictures you can use on your personal and commercial projects. Click on an image to download the high-resolution version. New awesome pictures added weekly! All pictures were captured by Ryan McGuire of Bells Design and… Read More

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Logothief

Wilfully Plagiarising? LogoThief Is On Your Case

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2013/11/22
Filed In Categories: Brand Identity, Design Essentials, Resources


Post Excerpt: LogoThief is a great idea by ‘persons unknown’. If you are the sort of person that doesn’t give a hoot about stealing other designers’ logo creations, then be warned, as you might end up being featured on LogoThief.com Poor Jeff Fisher… Read More

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The Typography Primer by Adobe

The Typography Primer – Free PDF Download

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2013/11/20
Filed In Categories: Design Essentials, Resources, Typography


Post Excerpt: A lovely little, and useful, publication covering the basics of typography from Adobe. It was actually first published waaaay back in the day, circa 2000, but the contents are still very relevant over a decade later. From Adobe’s blog post: “This… Read More

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