Around the holiday season most companies will deck out their packaging designs to match the Christmas season in hopes of increasing sales. Package designs are important towards selling your product as most individuals will judge the quality of the product solely based on the packaging design itself. With Christmas almost here, we have collected some of the most eye-catching, uniquely creative, Christmas packaging and ad designs we love. We hope you enjoyed our list of Christmas inspired designs. If you have any others you love, please share it with us. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Twingenuity Graphics.
When it comes to how you feel—tired, energized, creative, irritable—you might blame the night’s sleep, a lack of exercise, or work stress. But have you ever thought about how color makes you feel? Color theory helps us understand why different colors work together, and how those combinations affect us. For starters, there are three primary colors—red, yellow, and blue. Different combinations of those colors create every other color. And where colors land on the color wheel help to explain why they work—or don’t work—well together, and what feelings they might engender. Still confused? This fantastic graphic, thanks to Quill.com, will help you sort it out. Understanding the basics of color theoryInfographic by […]
The presenter takes their place. Anticipation! The speaker fiddles around with the computer and then… their first slide! Oh, no, 10 bullet points, no image and more text follows as the presenter drones on, slowly driving a lethal stake into their presentation… and the audience. Has this ever happened to you while sitting in an audience? Presentations have gained a bad rep—for good reason. At one point, we’ve all sat through those long-winded speeches and hot mess PowerPoints. Don’t fear, we’re here to help! We’ve compiled a list of the top 7 mistakes to avoid and what to do instead to improve your next PowerPoint presentation. (These presentation tips can […]
“Good design is good business.” – Thomas Watson, Jr. In design, photography is only growing in importance, after all pictures can say a thousand words. Imagery is one of the best methods to represent you and your brand in the best light and connect emotionally with your customers. As designers ourselves we have spent hours looking for the free stock image that we actually WANT to use. We can’t stand ugly cliché stock photos or cheesy looking photos. (You know what we’re talking about, people in suits shaking hands or with phony smiles.) Luckily, more and more free stock photo websites are popping up. Now there are more opportunities to […]
Understanding how printing works (and how to speak the language of printers) is important for designers and business owners as well. But are you confused by printing terms such as bleed, resolution, and CMYK? Keep this jargon-busting glossary close by to get you well on your way to understanding what graphic designers are talking about. Above the fold:: The portion of a webpage that’s visible without scrolling. In print, it’s the portion of the paper that’s visible when folded. Bleed :: Refers to printing that goes beyond the edge of the sheet before trimming. In other words, the bleed is the area to be cut off. These marks (along with the crop marks) help […]
Have you ever wondered what it takes to create a logo? Well, you’re in luck. We had a wonderful time designing our latest custom logo and we are excited to share our design process with you!
♥ Roses are red, violets are blue, use fonts to make customers swoon for you! ♥ This year, we are getting into the lovey-dovey spirit and sharing typography tips that have stolen our hearts and will steal your customers. Simply put, love is all around us – it’s everywhere you go. So why not get customers to fall in love with your typography (with a little help from a designer or two)? We love fonts. La la la love them! So we are going to share how to pair your favorite ones together. Typography design – when done right – can help seduce visitors looking at your website or poster […]
With fall ending and winter approaching, each month is bringing a new major holiday. Have you ever considered changing your logo to match the coming holidays? Changing colors or incorporating a holiday motif should do the trick. Clean and simple is the key. Try an alternate color scheme of brown and orange for Halloween or adding snowflakes for the winter holidays for instance, is a nice detail. The slight variation can breathe new life into your logo. You can stand out from the crowd and reinforce your message while adding a touch of fun. Now is the time to get your logo into the holiday spirit! Do you need a Christmas […]
Wow your Halloween party guests – without burning down your apartment – with our favorite Halloween-inspired food products that are on market. Major companies have custom designed new product labels to become more festive during the Halloween season and to better market to their consumers.