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With a new font set, prominent white space and a vertical front page masthead, The Independent's redesign is a dramatic update. We take a look behind the scenes.
A physical portfolio can help you get work and attract clients, even if you're a digital designer. Photo: Alexandra Gilman (http://www.behance.net/foolnamealexa)
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Russian designer Ruslan Khasanov explains the process behind this beautiful features opener, created for Wired UK.
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There’s no reason why you can’t create a brochure that is both cost-effective and beautiful. Simon Tilbrook tells you how.
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Event brochures need to be a balance between the impactful and informative. Simon Tilbrook guides you through the best way to achieve this.
Design duo Sawdust explain how they developed these cool bespoke numerals, based on folded ribbons, for a new university guide.
Using a beautifully crafted brochure as a mini-portfolio can help you to stand out in a crowded job market, as Simon Tilbrook explains.