There’s another side to your arrangement with a designer: you. Asking yourself a few questions before diving into the hiring process can be a huge help.
As Studio Guerassio turns two, here’s a look at some upcoming changes and exciting news. Come see what’s in store in the near future.
Of course you should put your new logo on your website and business card. But here are 5 other places you can feature your logo for more visual touch-points with your audience.
Creative Wavelength: the latest round-up of interesting creative projects and thought-pieces I’ve found around the web. Heavy on art, design & snark.
The real live human behind Studio Guerassio shares some of her favorite things from day to day life in this non-design post.
A client’s preference and a designer’s preference have no place in good strategic design. The focus should be on the business and its customers.
Menu, packaging and other visual branding to expand off of the logo for Skadi’s Ice Parlor, a modern ice cream place focused on odd flavors and small handmade batches.
I’m taking a look at some details that will help you spruce up your website without needing a whole big redesign.
In this Creative Wavelength, I’m sharing some of my favorite accounts to follow on Instagram. These people are all doing wonderful, beautiful, creative things.