There’s something freaky about this photo, and it’s not just that it’s the boss’s face. What is it, can you guess?
The image above, the one of Scribblevision founder Phill Mackie, shows the effect of using a high resolution image at 100% of it’s original size (left half of the image) in comparison to enlarging a low-resolution image (right half of the image). What are we talking about?
I’m a former print journo. So I guess from the outset that’s akin to declaring a bias.
But I’ve also worked with websites for many years now, and been infatuated, along with the rest of the Australian population, with digital mediums.
If you have a stationery fetish just as we do here at Scribblevision, we know this is going to give you a tingle.
We love our digital creations, that’s true, but we also adore the heady world of print, where what you see you can also smell and feel.
Join us in welcoming Kellie Armistead to Scribblevision.
Kellie lives in Tyers and is a graphic designer with a bent for typography. She also has considerable experience in graphic arts and prepress operation.
This weeks featured project “The Creative Wall” is a great example of creative logo design and an online shopping cart fully managed by the client. Be sure to check out the project pages below for more information on the project.