Good work takes time, attention, and energy. If you can’t commit those assets, the quality of work will suffer.
The blog is back from hiatus! Come read the update on what I’ve been up to and what’s in store for 2019.
Design by committee gets a bad rap, for good reason. Too much irrelevant input can absolutely ruin a project. Here’s how I handle it.
Today on the blog I’m examining one of the most understated qualities of successful freelancers and business owners: reliability.
There are two things to keep in mind when considering the cost of a good logo design. These may help explain why that $5 logo is probably not a good idea.
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.
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.
In order to craft a logo that perfectly fits your business, a designer needs certain information. Here are 5 questions I ask before every logo design.