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Now Hiring: Mid-Senior Graphic Designer

September 15, 2022 / Distil Agency  >

This role is best suited to a strong mid-weight who is looking to take the next step in their career, or a senior designer who is looking to get more team management under their belt. A great opportunity to work with some fantastic young designers, form a solid design team, and produce some great design work.

10 Best Type Foundries of 2022

May 13, 2022 / Shauna Carey  >

Stress levels peaking from staring at your dwindling font archive? We've compiled a list of 10 of the best type foundries that will fill your font bible right back up. Be prepared to fill your checkout carts. 

2022 Social Media Image Sizes

April 21, 2022 / Grace McCloskey  >

We’re back again with an updated social media image and video size guide for 2022!

Below we have listed the best dimensions to follow when making posts on various social platforms. As always we’ve included a free downloadable all-in-one guide, so you can refer back to it quickly while designing!

NFTs in the Hospitality Industry

April 14, 2022 / Maddie Wilson  >
 

The term 'NFT' has been thrown around a lot in the past year – so what does it even mean, and how are they relevant to the hospitality industry? There are already plenty of creative ways to engage with NFTs, and we're only going to see more of this in the future. Keep reading to learn more.

 

How Illustration Can Bring Your Brand to Life

March 30, 2022 / Damien Quinn  >

Your brand can be anything you want it to be – playful, modern, elegant, old-school, or even sassy! But how do you make your brand stand out from the crowd, when there are so many brands trying to make themselves different in a cluttered marketplace? One simple way is by using illustration.

Things You Can't Do On Canva

January 10, 2022 / Maddie Wilson  >

Designing is a key, but complex, part of marketing. People often try to get by using simple, easy-to-use tools, to avoid investing money and resources into it. Canva is one such platform that has gained immense popularity for letting beginners create graphics, posters, presentations and more, without having to delve into the complicated softwares.

But is it enough?

While Canva can be useful as a basic, inexpensive means of creating marketing and design material yourself, it has its limitations and won’t get you the same results as a graphic designer using industry-standard software.

Let us take you through the differences!

What if typefaces were people?

December 2, 2021 / Zalia Lackey  >

There are thousands of typefaces available at our fingertips.