clientsfromhell:

Another one via Jesse

clientsfromhell:

Another one via Jesse

trendgraphy:

A Complete Guide To Creating Your Logo Design Questionnaire by Dina RodriguezTwitter || Source
indievisualjournal:

madebynicky:

I’ve been shortlisted for Tigerprint’s Gifted competition! Alongside my friend Maddy as well :)

SO excited and surprised! I did a placement with Tigerprint earlier this year and had the sweetest time! Wish me (and my wonderfully talented friend Nicky) luck!!!!

indievisualjournal:

madebynicky:

I’ve been shortlisted for Tigerprint’s Gifted competition! Alongside my friend Maddy as well :)

SO excited and surprised! I did a placement with Tigerprint earlier this year and had the sweetest time! Wish me (and my wonderfully talented friend Nicky) luck!!!!

New personal rule for this blog.

I’m going to start trying to source design work that I reblog if it hasn’t already been sourced.

I know I wouldn’t want my work being flung around the internet unacknowledged so it’s the least I can do in return.

These are so cool, love the humour and the design.

Source: X

(Source: iraffiruse, via liamdryden)

typeworship:

Composition for the Times
This typographic layout in honour of Stanley Morrison really caught my attention. A clever composition by Pedro Arbeláez in Columbia which harnesses scale and contrast to devastating effect. Look at that ‘A’ continuing the angled stroke of the ‘R’.
I’m compiled some other typographic layout examples on Pinterest and more will  follow here with an upcoming interview with Pentagram’s Jessica Svendsen.

typeworship:

Composition for the Times

This typographic layout in honour of Stanley Morrison really caught my attention. A clever composition by Pedro Arbeláez in Columbia which harnesses scale and contrast to devastating effect. Look at that ‘A’ continuing the angled stroke of the ‘R’.

I’m compiled some other typographic layout examples on Pinterest and more will  follow here with an upcoming interview with Pentagram’s Jessica Svendsen.

(Source: catalessii, via hotphotography)

englishteacheronline:

lhuddles:

jbizzle329:

did-you-kno:

Source

How the hell do I get my hands on this giant for my students?

It’s called Open Dyslexic, and it’s available for free. I’ve used it for my students with dyslexia, and they say it really does help a lot. When I can, I try to make handouts, notes, and especially quizzes in the font for them. I’ve even sent it to them with instructions for how they can use it to type papers in it in Word. 

A decent alternative to comic sans! 

englishteacheronline:

lhuddles:

jbizzle329:

did-you-kno:

Source

How the hell do I get my hands on this giant for my students?

It’s called Open Dyslexic, and it’s available for free. I’ve used it for my students with dyslexia, and they say it really does help a lot. When I can, I try to make handouts, notes, and especially quizzes in the font for them. I’ve even sent it to them with instructions for how they can use it to type papers in it in Word. 

A decent alternative to comic sans! 

(via xfawnx)