Time has flown quicker than ever and I can’t believe that it’s already the end of 2011. It’s been a great year, both personally and professionally, and I’ve got plenty of new things lined up for the future already. There will be more inspirational posts, more freebies and a little surprise as well. I can’t wait to reveal all in the new year.
Until then, I want to take this opportunity to wish you all happy holidays. I hope that 2011 was great on you too and that 2012 will be even bigger and better. Thanks for your continuous support. Fudgegraphics wouldn’t be the same without you! + Continue Reading
When it comes to design, colour is one of the most important tools in our arsenal. Choosing the right colour sets the mood for the design and gives a great layout that final touch. Over the last 12 months I’ve asked 35 of my favourite designers and bloggers one simple question: What’s your favourite colour? Although, as everyone will tell you, there’s nothing simple about the question. It’s really hard to find that single colour to identify with. Chances are that some of these answers are already out of date, they do however reflect the state of mind of the interviewee at the time of sending me their answer.
Rather than only having a list of all the favourite colours I’ve also made a nice infographic further analysing all of the the different answers. Let us know who your colour buddy is! + Continue Reading
If you’re following Fudgegraphics on Twitter or like it on Facebook then you will know that I’ve recently got my first sticker sets from Sticker Mule. If not, then you can have a look at them here. I’m super thrilled with the outcome which makes this post even more special. Today, 2 lucky readers get a chance to win $100 worth of free stickers. Sticker Mule make custom stickers which are fade, scratch and water resistant. The turnaround time is super fast too. Just upload your artwork, pick your size and shape, and they’ll send you a free online proof. For more info make sure to follow @stickermule. + Continue Reading
I’ve been lucky enough to get my hands on the Print Handbook for designers by the kind folks of the UK-based Media Collective. So today I’m gonna give you a short, but concise insight into this book, call it a book review if you like. Not to worry though, there’s gonna be a lot of pictures too. Let’s have a look then, shall we. + Continue Reading
Time flies. Just over a week ago I announced the latest contest giving you all the chance to win one of 3 Vandelay Premier Texture Bundles. Today is the day where these winners will be announced. Using a simple random SQL query on the comments database was used to pick the lucky readers. Thank you all for participating! And thank you to Vandelay Premier for sponsoring the textures. The winners will be notified via e-mail shortly to explain how to claim their prize. Congratulations! + Continue Reading
It is with great pleasure that I announce the winners of the MOO Business Cards Inspiration Competition. The choice wasn’t an easy one, but together with the MOO team we’ve reached a decision. I also want to take this opportunity to thank each and everyone who entered. Congratulations to the 3 winners. I’m sure you’re gonna love your new MOO cards. To everyone else, don’t be disappointed, there will be more giveaways / contest in the future. + Continue Reading
It’s been a long time coming, 18 months to be precise, Fudgegraphics presents itself with a shiny new look. Those following me on Twitter or checking what I’m up to on Dribbble will know that I’ve been working on this new design for quite a while now. As every designer will tell you: You Are Your Worst Client! I knew that, which is why I never predicted an exact release date. It would be ready when it’s ready. That time is now. + Continue Reading
It’s this time of year again. Everything slows down and you spend the days eating and drinking with your loved ones. While I can’t do that with you I still want to take this opportunity to show my gratitude and appreciation to all of you. 2010 has been a great year for me and none of it would have been possible without you. + Continue Reading