Some days a picture is really worth a thousand words. Note the title of the post on the blog in the above image. Now note the obvious mistake the blogger did when setting up his own site and "not wasting his money on web designers." I've magnified it in the image so you can't … [Read more...] about Web Design Mistakes: Pot Meet Kettle
Logo Project: Mission Accomplished
It's been almost three weeks since I set out to get a high quality logo for less than a hundred dollars. I ended up with three variations of a logo which I absolutely love. I also stirred up a bit of controversy in the design world from vendors that hated the idea of $100 logo. … [Read more...] about Logo Project: Mission Accomplished
Logo: Can I Ask A Favor?
Not long ago, I started out on a quest to see if I could get a great-looking logo for less than $100. I followed this up with a series of post on how to find, select and communicate with your logo designer. I've spent the last two weeks working with Alexandre and Rita, a … [Read more...] about Logo: Can I Ask A Favor?
How to Communicate With Your Graphic Artist Plus First Drafts of the New Logo
My goal is to get a great corporate-quality logo for $100 or less. I posted the project on vWorker (affiliate link) and picked a designer named Alex. His portfolio looked great and his bid was $85. Alex let me know up front he's into branding. One of the things a good designer … [Read more...] about How to Communicate With Your Graphic Artist Plus First Drafts of the New Logo
The Keys to Choosing the Right Vendor For Your Outsourcing Project – Part 2
In part one, I talked about how to post your logo project on vWorker. You may also want to refer to the beginning of my logo for less than $100 search that inspired this series. Today, I'll give you some tips on how to go about choosing a designer once all the bids have come … [Read more...] about The Keys to Choosing the Right Vendor For Your Outsourcing Project – Part 2