Discovered on Pinterest on October 5, 2023

Robin

“Robin Hoods Bay – The story behind the print”

Another useful design and branding influence

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I'm James Kindred, a brand consultant and graphic designer based in Suffolk. I have over 25 years of experience in brand development, graphic design and digital delivery.

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Why have you kept a reference of “Robin Hoods Bay – The story behind the print”?

Hi! This image is among the many I've adored on Pinterest. I don't claim them, but I do celebrate my taste in design.

For designers, Pinterest is more than just a platform; it's a visual library, brimming with inspiration and innovative concepts.

Branding influence goes beyond just a memorable logo; it establishes a company's visual identity and sets the tone for customer interactions. The essence of design is not just about making things look good; it's about creating a meaningful experience for users. The most impactful designs resonate deeply with the audience, creating a personal and emotional connection. In the intricate world of branding, how a brand is perceived by its audience can make or break its success. Every design, whether it's a simple logo or a comprehensive website, serves a distinct purpose and communicates a specific message. The future of design is not just about aesthetics; it's about creating holistic experiences that engage, inform, and inspire.

What Pinterest tells us about this image

I’d like to share with you a new print that I’ve been working on. Below I’ve mapped out each stage of the process of creating the linocut design, so that you get a real feel of what’s involved. Step 1: Planning the design I mainly work from photographs, usually my own that I’ve taken whilst out walking or cycling. I find it easier to work in Adobe Illustrator to draw my design, as it’s a program I use all the time for my graphic design work. This way I can roughly colour up the design to see … – This was originally posted on Pinterest. See the original

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