“…their failure to acknowledge the value of the work you’re doing.”
Half-English, half-Kiwi designer Charli Prangley shares her view on spec work.
Not only is it inadequate and doesn’t serve its purpose, but it is also stolen.
This is the simplest of business tests.
The 150-year-old cheese producer gave Facebook followers the deciding vote.
A short explanatory video created by Steve Newberry of Topic Simple.
From March 10th to 31st this year the Ministry of Tourism of Haiti ran an open call for people all over the world to submit logos and slogans.
Over the last week the judges from around the world and of course from within Zambia have voted and two clear winners have been chosen.
A number of you have asked for my opinion on the Human Rights logo contest.
Above contest submission by steinbock.
Remember that Himalayas Art Museum design contest I told you about?
Remember, if you value your time at £0, don’t be surprised when your clients do, too.
But when the contest rules state the following, why not just make it a cool $1,000,000?
Logo sweatshops and crowdsourcing websites pretend this “little detail” has no value. They thrive on clients believing a logo is only meant to fill an empty space.
Gap Inc. press release, via @debbiemillman.
In this guest article, Steve Douglas, creative director at The Logo Factory, shares an experience when he lost a client by not charging enough.
Spec websites pitch 11-year-olds as an alternative to professionals.
The same freely available vector icon is entered into logo design contests on Crowdspring and 99designs.
What’s being talked about in the logo design world?