Resource Library: February 2010 Archives

If you're at all interested in cooperate logo design, Brand New is a great blog to follow.

http://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/

It's written by UnderConsideration:
UnderConsiteration

They compare old logos to their new logos, and give great insight/consideration about their success/failures.

Tips for Students

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Gang,

For those of you who don't know, I've started a standalone blog containing tips for students. Each post is a different tip, so be sure to check it out.

blog.evanstremke.com

All the best,
Evan

I can't tell you how many times I've been asked for a business card (ok, well I can, if I really wanted to think about it, and it was probably only like 5 times). Especially as we all start networking, and attending networking events, business cards become an invaluable asset.

But were do we get them printed? We all have these amazing designs, but who wants to print out double-sided card stock and trim 500 cards? I don't.

Anyway. I've yet to order from them, but I've seen results from UPrinting.com, and they've been great. Nothing special, of course, no gold leaf or metallic prints, but quality paper and quality inks.

You can get 250 standard 2 sided 4-color cards for $20. With free-shiping. They also have slimmer cards, and square cards, and they do simple die-cuts (of course, costs extra). Here are their die-cut options:

uprinting_diecut

So again, the link is UPrinting.com. I've been in discussions with some customer service reps for various reasons, and they have been extremely helpful.

They also have a twitter: @UPrinting, and probably a facebook, but who uses facebook anymore anyway?

Blog Outline

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The Blog Outline is attached: FinalBlogAssignment.doc

SeniorSeminar_HistoryPresenations.ppt

The History Presentations are combined here for your use.

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