Daniel Cureton Williams

Category Archives: Graphic Design

Saul Bass, Graphic Designer

Today’s Google Doodle celebrates the life of graphic designer and Oscar winning filmmaker Saul Bass, best known for his design of film title sequences, film posters and corporate logos. Bass was born on 8th May, 1920, in the Bronx, New York. He later studied part-time at the Arts Students League in Manhattan before attending night […]

Iconic Icons

As you may or may not know I am a massive fan of Macs. I’ve been using an Apple computer for over 9 years now ever since I had enough of constantly replacing PCs that would either fail or get clogged up with virus or dll errors. Since that day I have never looked back. […]

RGB vs. CMYK

Computer monitors emit their colour as RGB (Red, Green and Blue) light. Although all colours of the visable spectrum (colours that we see) can be produced by merging these three colours, monitors can only display a limited range of the visable spectrum. However, when printing this cannot be applied as inked paper absorbs or reflects […]

Colours and their importance

Colour is the fundamental design approach to reach and grab your target users. It’s key in a design’s non-verbal communication and creates the all important physical and mental reactions of the user. Colours, if used well, can instantly convey the right tone of the site as well as convey key important messages to the user. […]