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Best use of graphic design in 2012 – The London Olympics

Without question, one of the best uses of  both stunning and practical graphic design in 2012, is the amazing material and designwork done in support of the 2012 London Olympic Games. From the official Team GB logo and graphics emblazoned on the the athletes' outfits, through to the use of the

Cookie law and your website – what is it and does it affect me?

In May 2011 The UK Government, upon advice from the EU, made law that websites in the UK followed new guidelines in respect to cookies and their use on websites. So, what is a

Starting your own business? First impressions count

Let's face it - we choose most things on how they look. Clothes, food, brands of things we like -

Pitch your business branding to the right audience – target your logo!

One of the first things a new customer experiences when they see your business website or marketing material is your brand image. We live in a world where people and businesses like to be associated with others like themselves, or rather, we want to be seen with brands and at places that project

The use of good photography – respect your company’s image

If we've seen it once, we've seen it a hundred times - and that is businesses using poor photography of their products or services on their website or in their brochure. It is all too common for businesses to have photos of their products or their staff doing what they do on the company network

Graphic design excellence – Liberty’s packaging

From time to time, there are examples of graphic design excellence that we come across that we feel need acknowledgement - out of respect and gravitas to the designer and also to champion the reasons

Graphic design with function and purpose – Westwood vs. The Pizza

There are some designers that are pure graphic designers - they produce pieces that are utterly stunning in their approach, layout and overall imagery. Consider these guys like the haut couture end of the graphic design world. In line with this, we ooh and ahh at the strangeness, quirkiness and

Graphic design in fashion – talking Japanese

For the past few years the fashion market has exploited the use of words and phrases to add dimension to clothes to make them look chic, different or just try and be cool and trendy. This is nothing

Trademarking – protect your brand

Because we live in a world where branding is the initial, and in many cases, the first and only impression of a company's products, making sure that your brand image is protected is vital. At