Print design, itself, is an art form. Going from screen to page is a complex process where each step affects the final product. We talked with print design experts and rounded up a few things they wish graphic designers knew as they were creating their projects.
Whether you’re creating a portfolio, photography monograph, comic book or children’s book, getting your digital work to translate to the physical world takes some insight into the printing process. Here's what you need to know about print-on-demand technology.
As with music, content media is undergoing its own irreversible metamorphosis—and it’s driven by design.
This blurb sponsored content post highlights designer Federico Babina and his project with architecture and animals.
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From type and food trucks to diners and jukeboxes, you never know where the inspiration for your next project lies. Blurb books help designers explore design around us.
Designer Michael Rylander weighs in on design portfolio tips and tools to make your curated collection of best work sing.