1. trendgraphy:

Duck Creek Log Jam by AndrewTwitter || Source

    trendgraphy:

    Duck Creek Log Jam by Andrew

    Twitter || Source

  2. weandthecolor:

Play Optics - Branding Concept
Lily Clark, a Los Angeles, California based design student has created this beautiful branding concept.
Check out more of the optics brand design concept here.
Find WATC on:Facebook I Twitter I Google+ I Pinterest I Flipboard I Instagram

    weandthecolor:

    Play Optics - Branding Concept

    Lily Clark, a Los Angeles, California based design student has created this beautiful branding concept.

    Check out more of the optics brand design concept here.

    Find WATC on:
    Facebook
     I Twitter I Google+ I Pinterest I Flipboard I Instagram

  3. bareps-eu:

Beer infographic poster by Pop Chart Lab

Infographics and Booze, two of our favorite things!

    bareps-eu:

    Beer infographic poster by Pop Chart Lab

    Infographics and Booze, two of our favorite things!

  4. kimmydesign:

    Hand Lettering III by Martin Schmetzer 

    Mmm. beautiful hand lettering. 

  5. seaningsblog:

Daft Punk Typographic Design
Buy this Shirt or Print

Yes to Daft punk. Yes to Typography. 

    seaningsblog:

    Daft Punk Typographic Design

    Buy this Shirt or Print

    Yes to Daft punk. Yes to Typography. 

  6. In the studio printing today!

    In the studio printing today!

  7. type-lover:

    Ted Baker / NoteBook
    by Troy Hyde

  8. weandthecolor:

    BAIN Business Cards

    Check out this great collection of screen printed business cards for BAIN, a swimwear brand from Biarritz, France.

    You can find more of the screen printed business cards on WATC.

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  9. Trade Gothic vs. Crayons

    Melissa: I actually hope people will stop using Trade Gothic for their branding. I like it, but everything looks the same... Which sort of defeats the purpose of branding. Trade Gothic, bold, all caps.
    Josh: Right? At least if they did it in crayon it would stand out for a little while...
    Melissa: I'm not sure why crayon was your first idea for an alternative, but sure

  10. I did an interview for Design Feast last week, which I think went well. I talked about design, economics, books, and dancing. Here’s a preview:

    There is something about the totality of the book that I think makes it enduring. The fact that it exists in space as a whole object that holds content seems obvious, but I think it’s lost on a lot of people. The thing about web design, for example, is that you can customize the interface and branding until the cows come home, but it ultimately has to be viewed on some device that you have no control over—whether it’s a desktop, tablet, or mobile phone. The platform that delivers the content has some effect on the way the user experiences it, but in a way it’s sort of arbitrary. When you’re making a book you have control over the design as well as the platform, because the book is its own platform. You control how big the pages are, the quality of the paper, the texture of the cover material. All of this influences the way the reader experiences the content and if you can define all of those variables, you get to define exactly how the object will exist in space.

    Read Full Interview