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Mariphil and PxP

“The miracle is this: The more we share, the more we have.” – Leonard Nimoy Here at PixelPartners, we not only strive for camaraderie with the Davao graphic designers circle, we aspire for kinship with the greater community as well. A few months ago, a chance encounter in a local coffeeshop introduced us to a […]

Three Songs, No Flash

Concert photography is one of the tougher fields of photography out there. The lighting is tricky, the subjects are moving, and the shooting angles are limited. Still, for those whose passion for photography is matched by a love for music, it represents the best of both worlds and is its own reward. The following are […]

News: New PixelHeads™!

PixelPartners share the belief that creativity is not just a job but a way of life. We encourage aspiring graphic artists and photographers to employ and develop their skills. We are always looking for like-minded individuals who “work hard and play hard” who enjoy working in a fun and mind-stimulating working environment with other creatives. […]

How To: Write Up a Creative Brief

You’ve probably heard that form follows function. That means you can’t create (or judge) a Design until you know what its supposed to do. A Logo/Ad/Brochure,/Web site/Package/ is only effective if it represents that which it’s meant to represent. Without accurate conveyance, its worthless. To understand the goals of your project we need a good Creative Brief. […]

When logos look alike

It gets more and more difficult to create original logos. No matter how clever your idea, the chances are someone has come up with something very similar. Why is that? Here is a compilation of similar logos, showing them side-by-side so you can see what graphic designers face today. Sumpter & Gonzalez LLP and Stylegala […]