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katalog projects 1 Jul 10
MEASURE TWICE, CUT ONCE. , I find these incredibly handy. http://bit.ly/doawhM
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S. 30 Sep 10
10 Tips for Designing Presentations That Don’t Suck: Pt.1 http://ow.ly/2MxFZ via
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Insignia Multimedia 20 Nov 14
Insignia Multimedia . . Sketch before designing. Research before sketching.
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Insignia Multimedia 21 Nov 14
Insignia Multimedia . . Most clients haggle. Good clients negotiate.
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Insignia Multimedia 21 Nov 14
. . They will judge your punctuality before your quality.
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Couture Consultancy Dec 1
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Prrowess Nov 29
Having a great day designers? We know you’re loaded with work and deadlines are always on head. Duh! These tips might make your designing life easier.
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Samantha Borg ⚡ 9 May 18
If you're a designer don't underestimate the value of a well designed resume! In a short amount of time I can access your attention to detail, typography, layout and organisation skills. 👀
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Macavity Digital 20 Oct 14
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Carré Creative 21 Mar 16
Check out our Instagram(carrecreative) for some cool stuff!
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Bierut 26 Nov 15
Never design just for aesthetics, always remember functionality of design is paramount.
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Delby Auktor 19 Apr 16
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Chittlesoft May 23
Learn what each one entails for a smoother and more efficient process! Read:
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Lucie Bajgart 29 Jan 15
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Chittlesoft Apr 30
With so many viable options to choose from now, how do you know which tools are right for you? Here are a few factors to consider:
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Delby Auktor 17 Apr 16
Everything u need to know about
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WeLoveJobs 23 Jul 11
without emphasis on content is mere decoration.
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Ayush Varshney 20 Apr 12
Always be ready to Ctrl+Z your 2 hours work
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Carré Creative 20 Mar 16
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Topp Brocales 25 Nov 11
as easy it might sound but easily forgotten: check your and before starting a project
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