Tag: typeface

WTOP’s Clever New Bus Ads Stand Out on DC Area Streets

by Marstudio Inc.

When WTOP, “Washington’s all-news radio station”, approached Marstudio in need of a bus advertisement that went above and beyond the accepted norm in the Nation’s capital, we dove headfirst into our research.

It is well known that the most important aspect of mobile advertising—as with other forms of advertising—is engagement.[…]

LOGO OF THE WEEK // Ebay’s New Look

by Marstudio Inc.

The recent re-brand of one of the world’s largest online marketplaces definitely caught our attention this week. Released in October, Ebay’s new logo has created some buzz in the design world—but not in a positive way. The company was attempting to create a fresh,[…]

Answers to a Design Student’s Questions

by Marstudio Inc.

We often get emails from students around the country who are interested in what we do and interested in joining the Graphic Designer ranks. We do our best to reply to them and give them as much insight into our field as possible.[…]

Why Should You Care About Typography?

by Marstudio Inc.

Interested in typography or the different types of fonts? We recently found this really useful infographic on Co.Design that lays out the basics of typography. Whether you’re a designer, client, a student formatting your resume, or a curious person walking down the street, […]

promaneer logo and branding design

Typography Makes All The Difference | Promaneer’s New Logo

by Marstudio Inc.

This week we completed the newly revamped logo for Promaneer, a consulting and management company for commercial real estate. Promaneer came to us with an average-looking logo that looked outdated and that didn’t assert itself. The client wanted to keep the logo icon more or less the same,[…]

What You Could Do with An Extra Two Hours

by Marstudio Inc.

If only we could bottle up our “free time” and have two extra hours laying around to be productive, create, think, or accomplish. We all have goals that get pushed to the back burner because we don’t have time or don’t make time.[…]