11 Design Principles to Boost Your Conversion Rates
We have the secret to maximizing your website’s conversion rates. Want to know more? Check out our complete guide to 11 principles of design that would make your job easier!
The Impact of Technology on the Graphic Design Industry
What can the graphic design world expect to work with in five years? In this blog, we explore all the possibilities that technology could bring to the graphic design industry in the near future.
10 Principles of visual hierarchy for designers
Size and scale play a significant role in shaping the message your design conveys to viewers. Discover how your designs can be geared for impact with the right application of visual hierarchy.
How to Become a Self-Taught Graphic Designer
Feel like you have what it takes to be a designer but don't know where to begin? Find out how you can get started and shape your career as a professional graphic designer today.
How to Use Asymmetry and Symmetry in Design
With brand designs driven by a purpose, it's essential to look at the visual balance before you publish. In this blog, we explore how using asymmetry and symmetry can get the best out of your designs.
2023 Graphic Design Trends You Should Know
2022 showed incredible strides made in the world of graphic design, but what would you need to stand out next year? In this blog, we bring you the graphic design trends that could shape up in 2023.
A Comprehensive Guide to Creating the Best Product Packaging Design
The best packaging designs have one thing in common — an enticing edge that instantly attracts any consumer. In this guide, we take you through what it takes to create a powerful packaging design.
7 Baby Care Packaging Trends to go (Goo Goo) Gaga over - Artwork Flow
Is minimalism taking the lead or is it flashy, bold colors all the way? Read this article to discover the top packaging trends taking the baby care industry by storm.
Importance of Colors in Cosmetics Brand Packaging - Artwork Flow
The color of a cosmetic product packaging is one of the most powerful design elements. Different colors communicate differently to the target audience, often helping segregate different products.