That might be a play on words for some, but to us and that means all of us, men and women, breast cancer is a serious disease that consistently takes loved once from us or puts them through the trials and tribulations of the illness that will affect them for the rest of their lives.
Vegas Online Designs is a proud support of Breast Cancer Research and during the month of October, we are encouraging everyone to do their part in helping researchers search for a cure.
We have already helped the off-road racing team “Binge Racing” by designing their t-shirts for breast cancer awareness. See them HERE.
We encourage everyone to do their part to donate small portion of their time, energy or financial support to the cause by donating to the following foundations:
Over the last week I have been working with a sizable website that has been in need and want of a new look. A new logo. Their current one was and has been used for quite sometime, but ultimately they were looking for something simpler, and more or less compattible to those that we see being used for Facebook, Twitter, Google and IBM. With that, became the arduous task of crawling into the mind and working with samples, color schemes and even got the input of many of those who currently use the site who all seemed to find the ‘coldness’ of the logo not ‘warm’ enough for what the site represented. So, we are back to the drawing board and attempting a different approach.
With that thought in mind, I thought I would post and address the idea of what the “Logo”, from a graphic perspective and… Continue reading
Over the years, most graphic artists have learned to accomodate the specifications needed for both the print industry and the Internet. Each one of these have different needs to obtain different results and most of the time, the client is not always aware of what is a viable option to them. Here I will help you understand the difference between the items and hopefully give you a better understanding of what you can be aware of and not feel so “Graphically Challenged” in the lingo.
Printing images should be no lower than a 150 dpi (dots per inch) however, I never recommend using something less than 300 dpi. Remember, if you blow up an image from it’s original size for instance: 2″ X 2″ image to a 4″ x 4″ it will not only distort the image but will also instantly blur it and pixelate it.… Continue reading