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    DesignCloud, Principles of Design Poster by Efil Türk. The...

    DesignCloud, Principles of Design Poster by Efil Türk. The...

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    Infographic explaining infographics - so meta. From Mashable. LEGO bricks illustrate the simple idea behind infographics. Data: sorted, arranged, presented visually. Got it? Good. Now let's raid the toy box and play with the "data."

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    10 creatieve advertenties die je aan het denken zetten

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    Lorenzo Verzini / 10 examples of flat design

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    2 of 2: Color palette tutorial time!

    , Color palette tutorial time! This is by no means...

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    1 of 2: Color palette tutorial time!

    , Color palette tutorial time! This is by no means...

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    New Logo and Identity for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences by 180LA

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    18 Layout Disasters From 2013 That Will Make You Wince. via Buzzfeed.

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    "The biggest mistake that people make with fonts in presentations is assuming that the first three font styles listed above are boring. This causes them to jump to something like the font on the bottom because it feels more unique and interesting." from designshack.net/...

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    great step by step of how to draw complex objects in illustrator using a series of shapes and lines

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    nkd flyer

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    Ligatures

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    letter anatomy

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    Greg Leding

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    One of the designer's unusual attributes is the ability to join creativity, inspiration and empathy; it gives him or her an advantage in crafting human-centered solutions to problems. The designer’s heart is fundamental to his or her interest in improving the human experience and is manifested in work that has positive social impact—as well as an aesthetic and business value.

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    Watermark // Spread 3 & Insert Cover

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    LGBTUndocumented (2)

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    guerrilla marketing ideas

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    margins example -- artwork by credo action by my sarah ruth, via Flickr

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    font pairings

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    Napping

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