Brand Vs Brand Identity and Logo Design
There are many misconceptions when it comes to the terms Branding and your Logo Design. I’m here to tell you that: your visual identity is not your brand; neither is your logo a brand identity.Typography 101 for Logo Designers – Hints and Tips
Good typography makes a huge difference to your logo designs and, in fact, any kind of communication. Learning typography enables you to see things that you were once not able to see.Dye Sublimation and Laser Printing – Can Both Print Cloth Fabric Banners
Question: I was told by a vendor that dye sublimate printing is the same as laser printing. Is this true? Answer: If by laser printing, they were referring to inkjet printing, the answer would be partially yes, but it’s a bit more complicated than that. Inkjet printers are generally known to print such items as vinyl (PVC) banners, vinyl stickers, and even fabric that has been treated to accept ink. However, this is not dye sublimation printing, or dye sub printing for short. Dye sub printing, as stated within the name, uses dye, not ink, a subtle but meaningful difference as they have completely different functions.How To Create Your Own Inspirational Poster
Persuasive or inspiration posters can persuade you when you are feeling debilitated, discouraged or failing to offer the vigor to seek your objectives. You can buy a moving poster at a poster shop or claim to fame store; however you are frequently restricted to the determination of posters that are available to be purchased. One result is to make your rousing posters utilizing specialty materials.Dye Sublimation Versus Inkjet Printing of Fabric Banners
Question: This is probably a pretty basic question, but I was wondering what a dye sublimation printer is characteristically used for? Answer: Actually, this is a good question, and while I’ve written a lot on this topic, I enjoy continuing to do so because it keeps me sharp and learning more about dye sub printing and new developments in this arena of printing, which has some similarities to inkjet printing, and some significant differences.