I work as a freelance graphic designer near Boston in Merrimac MA. This site contains my blog and design notes.
Those interested in retaining graphic design services please visit:
Flying Cloud Design: one person graphic design agency.
Flying Cloud Design Shop: downloadable royalty-free logo designs and label designs and art.
PhotoGeoia: photography and art exhibits.
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Build and Release Websites
At Flying Cloud Design we want you to own your own website. For the small business owner, start-up or individual this is a good entry into managing a website. We design, build then release your website to you, for you to own — including hosting. Hosting is set-up for one year with a domain, an email account, and usually a back-up security plan. More
Before You Buy a Logo
There are considerations needed in buying a logo that go beyond just looking great. There are many online tools where you can design a logo using clip art. I offer royalty free logo for those who want an inexpensive logo which they don’t need copyrighted. If you want logo ownership it’s best to use a competent graphic designer. The designer often is your point of contact in building a set of marketing materials. You may at times need to contact the original designer.
So here’s what I know
Photographing the Sky in Low Light This article was taken from a Reddit post. I wanted to save it because it has good information on sensors, how to focus, etc. https://m.reddit.com/r/photography/comments/5bdnf0/i_bought_a_pentax_k10_from_a_friend_of_mine/ Read io-io answer: Viewing the Milky Way is seasonal. The best times of the year is February thru October. Starting about now, the Milky […]
Great Book Cover Design Ideas
Learn layout design, page design, and get great book cover design ideas. “Got You Covered: 60+ Layouts for Designing Great eBook Covers, was created for students, graphic designers and novices who want design a book cover. This will give you a quick reference guide with easy to remember concepts. Fun and creative.
Label Design for Beer Lovers
Oh Fun! During my work with BrewNanny, I became a member of American Homebrewers Association. I attended their national conference to learn more about beer and brewing. It was an eye-opening experience. This was not a group of happy-go-lucky alcoholics wanting a source of cheap beer. I found the home brew crowd to be a bunch of chemists, biologist and an intelligent group. They had an understanding of beer-making which extended hundreds of years. They do things like collect yeast spores from all over the world and grow them in very controlled environments. More