To create a brochure that works, first address the 5 W’s of brochure communication – Why, Who, What, When and Where. Why do you need a brochure? What is the purpose of the brochure? How long will its shelf-life be? How …
Corporate identity is a visual symbol that differentiates a business from others. Our corporate identity templates are easily editable, print-ready, CMYK color, 300 dpi, free fonts, 100% vector – for print and web.
A Corporate Identity Package includes logo, letterhead, and business card design templates. All of these are the basic elements of any corporate design. Every Corporate Identity package is supplied the source files in Adobe Photoshop format. Corporate Identity is an easy & time saving way to create complete corporate style to your business. All of these are fully customizable and may easily be changed in order to match with the desired design.
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If you have not encountered the term modern vintage, you must have been living in a cage or in your parent’s basement for that matter. This phrase is everywhere and it seems to have turned into a legitimate design fad.
As oxymoronic as it may sound, combining two contrasting words-modern which easily reminds us of Lady Gaga’s outfit, and vintage which somehow conjures images related to the renaissance era like porcelain chamber pots and what not-modern vintage is being taken seriously by all sorts of designers. From interior decorators to fashion mavens to graphic designers, by the looks of it, modern vintage has inspired a loyal following.
Create visual appeal and unity in your brochure. Present the most important information first and the least important information last. Direct the reader’s eye movement with “Z” and “F” pattern layouts. Arrange design elements around a visual focal point to achieve balance in design. The size and color of objects affects their visual weight. Larger, dark objects appear heavy, while smaller, light-colored objects appear lighter. Color contrast can be used effectively to call attention to important points, make fonts stand out, and create backgrounds that harmonize with pictures and text. Select pictures carefully, for relevance, grab attention, demonstrate a point, and provide credibility.
An array of delicious food menu designs to tickle your imagination! Check out these creative menus and flyer designs for restaurants, cafe’s, bistro’s, coffee shops, ice cream shops, fast food, bakeries and more!
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