Digital Illustration


Designing an inclusive illustration brand I love that illustrations have become such a key part of the tech branding landscape. But here’s an observation: tech illustrations often feature the same sets of things: young, white people (usually men), surrounded by gadgets, with a cup of coffee, in a beautiful tech world. For consumer-oriented products, this creates an incredibly limiting and exclusive brand image, unless you are...

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Diversity is present in every part of life, whether it be the food you eat, the music you listen to or the idols you look up to. “At Getty Images, we recognise our responsibility, and the great opportunity we have, to help drive change in promoting a more diverse, inclusive and representative visual language. I am proud to say this is a key focus for our editorial and creative teams and that we have searched out and are working...

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Identify and then tell the story When we give a presentation, we are doing it to tell a story that has one or two goals…A presentation should not just be a data dump. If our goal is just to provide data, then we would be better off cancelling the presentation and just sending out the data. The presenter is providing a perspective that the data cannot provide, by itself.” Robert Frost, Instructor and Flight Controller at...

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Logos, Ads & Package Design

Logos, Ads & Package Design


Posted By on Feb 16, 2017

 “Working with Barb is an absolute delight. When you share a thought or an idea she is always enthusiastic and willing to brainstorm to help bring your vision to life. She is timely, creative, and without a doubt an outside-of-the-box thinker. You will absolutely enjoy your experience working with Barb. “ Ashley Rothmann, Precision Paper Converters Download PDF Samples of Barb’s work Illustration Samples Package Designs Logo...

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How Diversity Makes Us Smarter Simply interacting with individuals who are different forces group members to prepare better, to anticipate alternative viewpoints and to expect that reaching consensus will take effort. From Scientific American by Katherine W. Phillips Barb Luhring draws diversity. In early December 2016, organizers held a NOH8 Event in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. The event was held to raise awareness of the importance of...

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From: Teaching Ideas Gallery There are a number of benefits to using cartoons in teaching because they can: motivate students to engage with the lesson’s teaching point, arouse interest in a particular idea or topic grab and maintain attention. Barb Luhring is an excellent cartoonist! Her work can help you explain difficult concepts AND technology. Explanation of 3W Media Hosting Plans for 2017 How many times have you tried explaining...

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