tips for marketing design

When I was in high school, I was always scribbling in my notebooks. Hand-drawn letters and small pictograms covered my duties, my trials and my papers. I would get lost by creating new ways to write my name or draw cartoon representations of my friends. Teachers constantly told me to “drop it” and concentrate on my studies.

Eventually, I hit him – mainly because I realized that I was not so good at drawing on paper. What I did not know at the time was that paper was not the only way to “draw” my ideas; I could use a computer to help me make them live. During college, I learned that I could actually make a career out of lettering and graphic design on a computer by becoming a graphic designer. It was too late to change my major at that time, so I started my journey to learn design as a real DIY’er.

At the beginning of my trip, I asked advice from friends graphic designers. They told me the same thing over and over again: “Learn Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign”; “Read a book on the basic principles of design.” As much as these tips helped, there were still holes in my knowledge that could not be filled with software lessons or books. Anyone who has tried to educate creative concepts includes the pain points associated with trying to balance the fundamentals of learning, navigating new tools, and developing a personal style.

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Mark Design is a Brighton web design, e commerce and branding agency. We provide graphic design for print, branding, logo design, web design and ecommerce services. We work with businesses large and small, public and private, consumer facing and business to business, in Brighton, London and throughout the South East. We have a desire to produce great work, with integrity, openness and a responsibility for our clients’ business needs.