An Ode to good donuts and good design. I especially like the curve of the lid covering my coffee and image explaining the difference between a latte and cappuccino. A Dukin Donut makes it a good morning.
I’ve absorbed some good web design recently. I found some resources to share. If you want to start your own website but don’t want to start from scratch, I would suggest using cargo collective. If you want to start blogging, I would of course suggest Word Press. Both look great, are customizable, and have people willing to help you out 24-7.
Bellow are links to generate ideas for the look you may want.
6 Links to Browse what you like and take you several places.
6 Websites of my hand-picked favorites:
- A Design Is Only As Deep As It Is Usable (smashingmagazine.com)
- Expressive Web Typography: Useful Examples and Techniques (smashingmagazine.com)
- Beautiful Vintage Design: Showcase and Resources | Vandelay Design Blog (vandelaydesign.com)
- Showcase of Fresh Texture-Based Web Designs (noupe.com)
- Simple, Cheap, Yet Elegant and Useful (proniit.co.za)
This logo is based on a sink in my grandparents home. I think it works well in a large format but I am thinking I need to simplify the smaller one, similar to what Potbelly does for their logo. I like the sink in my favorite colors. I’m open to any thoughts about it or how to improve it. Is it readable, does any area confuse or bother you? Thank you for your opinion.
Related Articles and Websites:
Logo Design Love Logo Blog
Brands of the World Vector Logos
Logo Designers Take a look at people behind the logo.
Mike Reid is a custom home builder with a passion for people, architecture, and the color blue. These are some of the logos I put together for him.
You can visit his website at reidhomesllc.com.
- 10 budget-friendly ways to spruce up your place (budgetfab.com)