The wonderful people at Toronto-based digital agency, Teehan+Lax have put together a comprehensive iOS 5 GUI PSD (iPhone 4S), and made it available for everyone to download.
Here are a few shots of what’s included in the PSD.
I also recommend that you take a look at a useful blog entry from earlier this year – How to Design Pixel Perfect Photoshop Files for iOS Apps.
Teehan+Lax’s site is a wealth of knowledge for anyone interested in developing apps for… Read more
It is hard to believe that 2010 is really coming to an end. I would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank you for your support over the past year. Without it, this blog would not be possible.
As always, below you will find five of my favourite logo and identity design reads for the month.
In no particular order.
Logo and Identity Design Resources December 2010
The People’s Supermarket – via @ID_Designed
A beautifully executed identity system created by… Read more
Logo redesign and corporate rebranding is always a challenging, and often controversial undertaking for both the designer and organisation involved.
With the year drawing to a close, I thought it would be useful to take a look back at some of the more successful logo redesigns of 2010.
Disclosure: Each of the logo redesigns featured below were originally profiled on Brand New – one of the best resources for logo and identity design opinion. Please visit Brand New for logo commentary and to view… Read more
November is coming to an end (where did the year go?) and it is that time again where I like to share some of the best logo and identity design resources for the month.
In no particular order, here are five of my favourite reads (or links) for the month.
1. Why a bigger logo can harm your brand via IdApostle
Can a logo be too big? You bet. How big is too big. Head over to IdApostle and read… Read more
It’s time for the monthly logo design resource roundup once again.
This month’s post has a slightly different format from those previous. I felt that the old ten link format was a little bloated, so this month the list has been reduced to just five links.
The links below are what I personally consider “must read”. I hope you find them valuable.
1. Unevolved Brands via Imjustcreative
Unevolved Brands is a study of logo and brand simplification, launched by Graham… Read more
Its that time again where I like to share a collection of my favourite logo and identity design articles from the past month.
As usual, there was no shortage of quality posts in September. Without further adieu.
Logo and Identity Design Resources
1. Would your logo fit on the moon? via Echo Enduring Blog
2. How to find the right logo designer via Leighton Hubbell
3. Showing Sketches to Clients via David Airey
4. The designer and the tech guy… Read more
It’s that time of the month again, where I like to give out some “link love” and share some of the best logo and brand identity design resources from around the web. August has been yet another huge month packed with plenty of quality posts.
Instead of making this monthly roundup a free-for-all, this month I have restricted the list to just 10 resources. Although this means that some really good articles didn’t make the cut, it also ultimately means that the quality… Read more
If you are a graphic designer and frequently convert Adobe Illustrator and InDesign files to PDF’s, you have probably encountered issue with the “i” and “l” characters rendering too thick. If you are using PDF’s for client presentations, this can be a major problem that potentially could compromise the acceptance of an otherwise great design.
Here is an example of the problem. If you look closely at the “I” characters you can see that they are slightly bolder than they should be.… Read more
When I first started using Twitter, I had no idea how to find the best logo and identity designers to follow. I knew some of the more well-know identity design bloggers were on Twitter, however there were many other people and resources that took months to discover.
The goal of the list below is to become a comprehensive resource of logo and identity design resources on Twitter. It will be updated frequently.
The list has been split into three categories.… Read more
This is a new series on Logobird where I will be posting a hand-selected roundup of the best logo and identity design related articles at the end of each month.
July has been an absolutely huge month packed with awesome posts about logo and identity design. Originally, 18 articles were on the short list, however in the interest of keeping it somewhat brief, I cut the list down to what I thought were the 12 very best.
The posts are… Read more
This post was written with the client in mind, however may also prove to be a useful resource for other designers.
To develop an effective brand identity for your business it is essential that you are proactively involved in the process from the start. A designer can’t possibly hope to design an effective logo without your input, which is why the very first step in a logo design process should always be the development of a detailed design brief.
The… Read more
There are so many articles published every month, it can be really difficult to keep up with the great ones.
This post is a monthly roundup of my favourite logo and identity design articles for the month of June 2010. If you find this collection of resources useful please let me know, and I will make it a monthly staple here.
I hope you enjoy!
Importance of Questionnaires in Logo Design and 7 Fantastic Resources
Have you ever wondered how to… Read more
I am frequently asked by other designers (and sometimes clients) what tools I use to run Logobird Designs. Let’s face it, running a graphic design business can be challenging, so if there is an application out there that helps you get things done in a more efficient way, you would be pretty silly not to use it.
In this post, I will share with you some of my favourite applications I use to run Logobird in a more efficient way.… Read more
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