Here at Pink we love, love, love typography! Not only is it a pretty cool way to spruce up your marketing materials, but selecting the right typeface can speak volumes about your brand. When it comes to typography, designers have explored all sorts of creative avenues in order to create typefaces that break the traditional conventions of typographic communication. So we thought we would share some of these typographic experiments with you for your inspiration!
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Inspiration – it’s a tricky fellow. Some days it’s there in abundance, helping you produce the finest piece of design the world has ever seen. Other days it’s packed it’s bags, left town and decided to hideaway in a small cave in the Gobi desert.
That’s why we decided to dedicate this blog to finding inspiration. And when we mean find we’re not talking about sitting on your bum and creating a mood board on Pinterest. No, people, it’s time to slip on your comfy shoes and get walking, because creative inspiration is right through that door over there.
When our good friend and digital anarchist, Parry Malm founder of Howling Mad Marketing asked us to help create a logo and brand identity for him, we jumped at the chance. He wanted something clean and modern but with a smidgen of edginess, a design with bite.
Our lovely client The Up Group, approached us to create a ‘book of the night’ for the Digital Master Awards 2014 – a celebration of the UK’s most extraordinary digital executives. The client wanted a stylish keepsake for all 500 of the country’s most senior digital executives to take home with them.
We all know what it’s like when we’ve spent loads of time putting our blog piece together, website, email, word doc, and then we realise that we’re almost nearing the end, but we need even more time to search for the perfect social media icons to suit the style we want. By that time, the colour is either not right, or the size is too small. Breath. Good news is on its way. Now, you have all the icons you want at close reach. Nine fabulous sets of icons are ready for you to use.
This series of posts are all about iconography: How to use them in your collateral and how they can make your message clear and easily understood.
And don’t forget to look out for our super-special download that contains a huge selection of social media icons to use in your marketing materials. Coming soon.