Seven exciting and unique branding projects from around the world for your inspiration and enjoyment.
A small business website should always have a call-to-action to convert visitors into customers. It is important to lead the visitor into to taking the next step with you. Make sure you add a call-to-action button to each of your most important pages, whether that means the About Us page, services page, FAQ's, or … Continue reading A Call to Action: How to Make it Work
Art Director: Alice Pesenti Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work Location: Spain El Cantizal is a Spanish premium olive oil. It's centennial olive trees are located in the heart of Andalusia, based in a unique microclimate which allows the company to obtain exclusive olive oils of extraordinary quality. Source: El Cantizal Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Freepix is a company that is dedicated to the creation and distributions of images, icons and vector graphics specifically for the graphic design field. It has become the world leader in this market. Only five years after it's founding, it has become one of the largest professional suppliers of graphic resources. Its successful formula is … Continue reading Freepix – Professional Suppliers of Graphic Resources
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WFRCrjDK73I I have just finished watching the trailer for Blade Runner. If you are a fan of science fiction, take a look at the first preview of Blade Runner 2046, which takes place 30 years after the previous film. Harrison Ford returns and it also stars Ryan Gosling. I enjoyed the original and it still … Continue reading Blade Runner – 2046 – Trailer
Photo CC - MsSaraKelly Internet advertising allows businesses to notify their customers about products, their brand, services. The internet, as a means of global communication, offers advertisers a unique and often cost-effective way to reach their audiences. As with all media, however, Internet advertising has advantages and disadvantages. Internet advertising is almost a necessity for … Continue reading Website Ads – One Million Australians will not see them
Jules Cheret was a French painter and lithographer who became a master of Belle Époque poster art. He has been called the father of the modern poster.