Today in Design - Top Articles RoundUp 13 October 2016
The day’s best and most important design- and design business-focused articles, tutorials, and resources hand-picked by Pariah Burke.
- Post-ITT, Are For-Profit Colleges Worth It?
- How These Companies Are Using AI To Boost Productivity
- Pantone app puts every colour in your pocket
- 7 Things Clients Say & What They Actually Mean
- America is obsessed with happiness — and it’s making us miserableReadItLater
- Niche Maternity Retailers Surge As Millennial Moms Redefine The Category
- Artificial intelligence-powered malware is coming, and it’s going to be terrifying
- Booklet by Willoughby Design Showcases 6 Classic Typefaces
- Stop doing that! 4 Bad Habits Keeping You From Getting Better ProjectsReadItLater
- I Don’t Have This Job: I Am a Writer.
- Branding, Identity & Logo Design Explained
A logo is not your brand, nor is it your identity. Logo design, identity design and branding all have different roles, that together, form a perceived image for a business or product.
There has been some recent discussion on the web about this topic, about your logo not being your brand. Although this may be true, I haven’t seen any clarification of the differences between ‘brand’, ‘identity’ and ‘logo’. I wish to rectify this.
- Three Science-Backed Ways To Influence Other People’s Decisions
- Why Americans and the British Spell English Words Differently
- Sam Stubblefield: Why Designers Must Think Like ContrariansReadItLater
- The Billion-Dollar Copyright Lawsuit That Could Legalize A New Kind Of Scam
- Leading a Marketing Team
- Can Algorithms Replace Human Editors?
- Mastering The Art Of Conversation: 7 Steps To Being Smooth
“In The Art of Conversation: A Guided Tour of a Neglected Pleasure, Catherine Blyth gives some great tips on handling the subtle nuances of polite interaction.
Here are seven of my favorite bits:”
- The Definitive Guide to (Mostly) Free Images
They say nothing on the Internet is truly “free.” Even services like Gmail and Facebook come with a price—namely, your privacy (free with a string attached would be more accurate). It’s the same with “free” images from sites like Flickr and and Stock.XCHNG. Here’s what you need to know about free and mostly free images on the web.