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Color is an important part of the design process. This infographic explains the use of colors and their meanings.

Psychology of color [infographic]

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Business Branding Through Characterization Guide [Infographic]

Business Branding Through Characterization Guide

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Top 10 Fonts Web Designers Love [Infographic]

Top 10 Fonts Web Designers Love

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Business Card Design Psychology Infographic

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Website Dos and Don’ts [INFOGRAPHIC]

Website Dos and Dont's. Infographic.

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40 Logos With Hidden Messages

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How to build a brand of AWESOMENESS

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5 Strategic Leadership Skills That Can Transform Your Business [infographic]

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What your logo says about your business

Colors Matters — Is the choice of colors for your brand more than just personal preference? Does it really matter what color choices you make for your logo and brand? Will your audience really feel differently because of the color combination? Yes. Color increases brand recognition by 80%. But what does color mean? ...

How Corporate Logos Evolve infographic

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How To Build Your Brand Online [INFOGRAPHIC]

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The Art of Colour Coordination

Colors affect us in countless ways—mentally and physically, consciously and subconsciously. Psychologists have suggested that color impression can a