With this blog post we’re starting a series of tutorials for InDesign. I’ll teach you everything you need to know about how to design a catalog using InDesign.
When you want to design better, you have to stop using programs like Office and start using programs that are made for design. Using Word for making a catalog is like eating soup using a fork – not very productive. Read the rest of this entry »
It’s not just the end of December, it’s also the end of the year, so we thought we should do something crazy for this month’s top flipbooks article. So we reached out to more publishers than we usually do. The result is an incredible collection of inspiring brochures, magazines and catalogs.
Below you will see 21 top flipbooks that have earned their place and deserve to be featured.
Keep scrolling, click on images to see entire magazines and read quotes from the publishers – what they do and what they like about Flipsnack. Read the rest of this entry »
It’s the holiday season and we’re loving every minute of it. Hope you do too! However, we know how quickly this precious time passes. Soon it will be January 2017. A new year, a fresh start. Which calls for a new wallpaper calendar. Luckily, we are ready.
Do you consider yourself to be a true believer in digital brochures? If yes, you’ve come to the right place. We’re here to help you find new ways of using them, in case you want to take even more advantage of their awesomeness. If not, you’ve come to the right place too! Don’t know how to improve your marketing strategy, how to make a fried egg or what to do in case we face an extraterrestrial invasion? We’re here to help you understand why digital brochures are the answer to all these. Read the rest of this entry »
Do you know where the digital magazine industry is moving or why?
You need to know where it is going, how things are evolving and what others say about it, so you can create a better strategy for your company.
Without any concrete evidence you don’t know which way to go. This is why I selected 11 stats about digital magazines and what marketers should know about them. Read the rest of this entry »
We contacted some very famous graphic designers (and also a few who aren’t quite famous yet) and we asked all of them one question:
What will be the biggest trend in graphic design in 2017?
You can read all their replies and predictions below. The answers are varied, from serious answers to jokes, but we love the diversity of opinion. Read the rest of this entry »
Today we are featuring an interview with Zipeng Zhu, art director and graphic designer. His style is exuberant, colorful, “a razzle-dazzle musical”, as he would describe it. He did an internship with Paula Scher and got hired by Sagmeister & Walsh just before graduating. We’re super impressed by his resume, so we felt honored when he agreed to do the interview with us.
We all know how important first impressions are. In the modern world, companies and individuals often make the first impression through a digital rather than a direct presence – with their press kits. In this article, we’ve collected a number of free tools that will help you design a stunning press kit for a killer first impression.
To give your press kit a quality typeface, avoid using boring standard fonts. Instead, go for the visually appealing ones offered by online editors, or even create your own font. If you already have a brand font, you can leave it for titles and apply a well-matching font for the remaining text. Read the rest of this entry »
Debbie Millman is named “one of the most influential designers working today” by Graphic Design USA. She’s also a writer, radio host and blogger – she is simply incredible!
We had the great pleasure of interviewing her and we talked about her career, plans, favorite books, tips for aspiring designers. She offers stellar advice for designers, and she is a great example of hard work and determination for anyone who wants to be more successful in his/her career. Read the rest of this entry »