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RA Typography Logo design

RA Typography Logo design

Print Design vs. Web Design: What Makes Them Different | https://www.designmantic.com/blog/infographics/print-vs-web-design/

Print Design vs. Web Design: What Makes Them Different | https://www.designmantic.com/blog/infographics/print-vs-web-design/

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Indulge your curiosity and find out below what the following symbols really mean. There might be a few surprises along the way!

Indulge your curiosity and find out below what the following symbols really mean. There might be a few surprises along the way!

Repetition: make sure no one misses your calls to action—ever again. https://twitter.com/riveranomics/status/878191000400703490 #UX @designmantic  #CRO @EvanBrownDM

Repetition: make sure no one misses your calls to action—ever again. https://twitter.com/riveranomics/status/878191000400703490 #UX @designmantic #CRO @EvanBrownDM

The art of color coordination

The art of color coordination

How to choose colors that create certain feelings. Not just red or blue, but specific meanings for specific shades of each color.

How to choose colors that create certain feelings. Not just red or blue, but specific meanings for specific shades of each color.

When you hear the words "golden ratio," you may remember something about a spiral or some guy named Fibonacci. You might also recall a specific number from geometry class—1:1.618.  The golden ratio is based on a sequence of numbers that Fibonacci discovered. As the numbers in the sequence increase, the ratio between two adjacent numbers gets closer to—you guessed it—1:1.618. Not only does this ratio occur in a sequence of numbers, it's prevalent in the natural world, too. Many p...

When you hear the words "golden ratio," you may remember something about a spiral or some guy named Fibonacci. You might also recall a specific number from geometry class—1:1.618. The golden ratio is based on a sequence of numbers that Fibonacci discovered. As the numbers in the sequence increase, the ratio between two adjacent numbers gets closer to—you guessed it—1:1.618. Not only does this ratio occur in a sequence of numbers, it's prevalent in the natural world, too. Many p...

Everything you Need to Know About The Golden Ratio

Everything you Need to Know About The Golden Ratio