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July 2014

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Elements of Design in Practice: Form and Texture

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In our last post about the Elements of Design, we talked about Line and Shape, and how they are used in web design. This time, we’ll look at two other attributes – Form and Texture – and see how they contribute to a website’s design. Elements of Design: Form Form describes three-dimensional objects. Using light…

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Elements of Design in Practice: Line & Shape

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In our Elements of Design overview, we talked about the elements of design and how they contribute to all forms of design. This time, we are going to take a look at two of the elements – Line and Shape – and focus on how they contribute to the design of a website. Elements of…

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St. Francis Mission – Program Brochure

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The St. Francis Mission is a Catholic mission based on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota. In addition to religious services (such as parishes & religious education), they provide many social services – including a Suicide & Crisis Hotline, a Dental Clinic and Drug & Alcohol Recovery programs.  They recently asked us to design a…

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Elements of Design

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When any of our designers works on a project – be it a logo, a website or a print brochure – we bring a series of design elements to our work.These elements are the foundations that make up good design, and in our next series of blog posts, we’ll walk you through what the elements…

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