This is a new feature in our Thoughts section that I’m hoping to maintain and build on reasonably regularly. I’ve grown a bit bored of the common listicle post. You know the ones. 50 websites that use photographic backgrounds. 70 websites that use big, bold typography. 1000 websites that will increase the length of your toenails.
On all things design and marketing. Welcome to our thoughts. Please wipe your feet.
People blog for all manner of reasons. Some have something important to say and what they say is useful to others. Others have nothing important to say. And what they say is useful to nobody. The web is full of writing, good, bad and indifferent. If you own a blog or are looking to start one, finding a worthwhile reason to write consistently, with a goal in mind, however broad or narrow it may be, should be at the epicentre of it all.
Having recently launched a completely redesigned and re-branded WHD website, I thought it appropriate to highlight an issue that seems to affect a lot of web and graphic designers while the dilemmas and frustrations are still fresh in my mind.
Pretty damn cold at the moment so I thought I’d create a vector and bitmap combined image to represent the season!
As a follow up to our recent post on what social media actually is, I thought I’d continue to paint the picture with some cold, hard facts and figures gathered from some of the largest and most respected market research specialists out there.
A fantasy styled composition of clouds, stars and a rainbow.
Social media is the concept of interacting with others through various forms of online technologies. This can be through commenting on a blog, sharing photos, sharing videos and a whole range of other approaches.
This was our first logo created using a combination of Illustrator and Photoshop. We were aiming for a sort of cutout, layered look using gradients and drop-shadows.
Welcome to White Heat Design V2, the first re-design of the White Heat Design website since it went live in April 2008. First thing I’m going to do is introduce the acronym ‘WHD’ to replace the words White Heat Design. Takes far too long to type!
This is my boy drawn in vector. And the original image I used below.