Browsing articles tagged with "Designs"
May
20
2011

Design is not just an option

Design is not just an option

Either there is design, or chaos. As humans we don’t like chaos, unless bringing form and design out of chaos is your task. Yet we see so many startups putting design in the “do it later when we can afford it!” list. So can your startup afford to lose and/or piss off users? Or better, can your startup afford to confuse users?

Dec
15
2010

30 Logo redesigns of 2010

30 Logo Redesigns of 2010

As the year 2010 comes to a close and everyone starts to wind up the record books and schedules preparing for the fresh diaries of the year to come, we present to you 30 of the brands that got themselves a fresh look in this year.

Nov
19
2010

How to Design a Geometric Poster in Photoshop

How to create a geometric poster in photoshop

Last week I came across a great set of geometric posters. Soon, I thought of documenting the process of creating a similar poster and share this tutorial with the readers of Pixelonomics. The implementations of this tutorial are far beyond than just creating a poster.

Let’s get started with our poster. The first thing that needs our attention is the size of our poster. Considering it is a poster, there are good chances that we will eventually print it.

Nov
3
2010

Design candies are not for me

Design Candies are not for me

Damn those designers who make their designs pretty and wow. Why the hell do you keep adding another beautiful element? Why do you beautify them so much? Why do you make them pretty? So pretty that I forget what I was there for?

You guys are doing a great disservice to your clients – their users are lost in your ‘pretty’ design. You are doing a great disfavor to yourself and designers by calling yourself ‘designers’.

Design is not web 2.0. It’s not beautiful or ugly. It’s not any of that. Design is Solving Problem of Effective Communication

Oct
15
2010

Gap gets its identity back

Gap gets its identity back

Last week, my twitter timeline gave hints that Gap has unveiled a new logo. Many of us mistook it as another marketing gimmick. But, in no time, it was confirmed that Gap had indeed gone for a Branding change. Vice President of Corporate Communications, Bill Chandler had described it as “a more contemporary, modern expression.”

Soon there was a backlash against Gap’s new logo and it grew intense by the hour. Customers were not too upbeat about the change and ridiculed it enough through the social media. Gap was quick to take charge and respond with a statement thanking everyone for their input on the new logo.

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