Of COURSE we are going to toot our own horn a bit! In all seriousness though… our traffic doesn’t lie, and the numbers of links and referrals we get only help support our belief that we have one of the most informative websites of any printing company out there today. We have assembled a bunch of handy tools and our Blog continues to have more and more helpful hints and information. In fact, feel free to check out our BLOG too.
Trying to figure out what font was used for that logo or headline? Simply upload an image file of the type in question, and they will search their extensive library of fonts to find the closest matches along with links of where to the purchase them, if needed. They also feature Hot New Fonts and a vast array of additional typography tools and resources.
These folks proudly claim “the world's largest library of brand logos in vector format available to download for free.” It doesn’t get any clearer than that! It doesn’t matter whether you need the logo for AAA or ZhuZhu Pets or anything in between, these guys probably have it available as a vector file.
As host to several utilities, downloadable resources, and user forums, this website is a place where any graphic designer or graphic communications professional can submerge themselves in for hours. Their forums are a great resource for sharing information, tips, and critiques (whether solicited or not!) Their ever-changing gallery of images helps to get your creative juices flowing. They even have current job listings for Full-Time or Freelance Graphic Design positions available all across the country.
Petr Staníček describes himself as a “professional designer and developer, amateur musician and bardling, dropout typographer, happy father of two beautiful daughters, mathemagician, lazy linguistician, and almost professional cook.” To us, he’s the cool creator of this handy web app that does EXACTLY what it says: Helps you design color schemes. Every graphic artist and web designer runs into a mental block at some point, trying to figure out new ways to make your pages stand out. This tools is very easy to use and when your satisfied with the results, you can export the palette as HTML or XML, or as an ACO to import right into Photoshop.
Trish Witkowski (self-described “Folding Fanatic”) is the driving force behind this creative informational site. If their handy InDesign plug-ins don’t interest you, maybe their YouTube Channel will. It's full of creative ideas for custom folds that can make any of your design pieces standout from the pack. They even have additional Fun Fold Facts available to impress and inspire you.