I get alot of requests from clients for a site that can do everything but is easy for them to manage themselves and this is my advise: Use a robust and flexible open source Content Management System like Joomla.
Why is it important to follow a design process when designing a logo?
To have an effective logo, your logo must accurately reflect the core focus of your business and this can best be done with strategic planning.
Careful planning eliminates wasted time and money. By breaking the logo design into separate parts, the research and brainstorming, the symbol, the font, and the color palette, you are ensured that each element of the logo is what you want and what works best for your company. Following a process ensures that nothing is overlooked and that every aspect gets our full attention.
The Corporate Design Standards manual will act as a guide to employees and outside vendors to ensure proper use of your brand, identity and logo. A well-developed style guide is an essential tool for establishing your brand identity.
What is the purpose of a Corporate Design Standards manual?
The Corporate Design Standards manual will act as a guide to employees and outside vendors like designers and developers to ensure proper use of your brand, identity and logo.
It would include proper dimensions, layout and color instructions to ensure accurate reproduction of the logo. It would explain what the elements of the logo mean and why they where chosen. It ensures that there is no variation in color, proportion, and spacing above and below it and that it always looks exactly the same on any material or medium. The manual will include instructions on Color, Fonts, Placement, Spacing, and Visual examples. The Corporate Design Standards Manual is an essential tool for guaranteeing consistency of your brand identity.
The goals of Copyright Law, The basic goal of copyright Law is improve our society by encouraging creativity, the spreading of information, and the development of knowledge.
Would the goals of Copyright Law be lost without the existence of those laws?
The basic goal of copyright Law is improve our society by encouraging creativity, the spreading of information, and the development of knowledge. Copyright Law protects the way we express our ideas but are not meant to protect the ideas themselves. Would these goals be lost without the existence of copyright laws or would we simply change the way we share our creations.
Doing case studies is a method of research. Case studies are in-depth investigations into real-life cases based upon data and research that help you to identify a problem and suggest strategies and resolutions. It also an important way to see how other put key concepts into action. I will from time to time share what I have learned in my case studies here.\r\n