Graphics Grapevine Makes Top 100 List

Posted by on Jan 26, 2013 in Blog, Graphic Design | 1 comment

Graphics Grapevine Makes Top 100 List

The Graphics Grapevine just made a list of Top 100 Design Blogs to Follow in 2013. I say “just” because it just happened, but also because it just made it, coming in at #99. Still, as a small fish in a big pond (a freelance designer on a tiny rural island in the middle of the Pacific) I’m pleased to be included. How The Grapevine differs from most of the other blogs featured is that it’s not written for designers at all. It’s not about the latest Photoshop tricks and techniques or the superstars of design and typography. It’s about

1)  raising the bar on graphic design for interested non-designers and the many consumers of their works

2)  sharing small business marketing ideas related to design, copywriting and the art of influencing others

3)  exploring the creative process itself

It’s dedicated to business people and others with an appreciation for good design, and an interest in the psychologies of persuasion and/or creativity.

Started in 2004 as a quarterly newsletter/e-zine, The Graphics Grapevine morphed into a monthly blog in 2012. The best of the archived articles were re-formatted for the blog and can be found, along with the latest posts, at www.graphicsgrapevine.com.

For bite-sized content on these same topics, I invite you to visit (and “like”) the Kauai Design Facebook page at www.facebook.com/kauaidesign.

The Top 100 Design Blogs to Follow in 2013 list was created as an infographic and can be viewed here. Thanks to CouponAudit.com for including The Graphics Grapevine and for the wealth of resources shared in this compilation.

And to all Grapevine subscribers, Facebook  fans, and other followers, my deep appreciation!

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One response to “Graphics Grapevine Makes Top 100 List”

  1. Debra Jason says:

    Congrats Linda, what a cool accomplishment & well deserved. ~Debra

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