Learn to create your own logos and infographics in minutes

Edraw Infographic Software empowers you to create your own aesthetic for graphic design projects of all kinds.

  • Professional logo designs can run between $1,000 all the way to $10,000.
  • Free stock photography sites are limited in selection and creativity.
  • Edraw Infographic Software is perfect for graphic design projects of all shapes and sizes—and is on sale for a limited time.
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No coding skills? No problem. Build your dream website with POD Studio.

POD Studio helps you design a professional and stunning website in just a few clicks.

  • Owning and operating a personal website remains the best way to flaunt your unique skillset.
  • Unlike the early days of the web, you don't need to know any coding to get your own site up and running.
  • POD Studio will help you get your site live in a matter of hours.
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Get lifetime access to over 3 million design assets for under $50

You'll never have to pay for an image again.

  • Stock photo websites can be expensive, costing thousands of dollars per year.
  • Paying designers for logos and brochure icons is also a pricy proposition.
  • Fortunately, there are low-cost, high-quality sites to get all the photos and icons you need.
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Typeface matters: Donations go up depending on typeface choice

A study in the hospitality industry shows the importance of design, including during a pandemic.

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  • Ohio State University researchers found that the right type choice drives up donations in the hospitality industry.
  • Warmth-focused versus competence-focused messages were matched with handwritten or machine-written typefaces.
  • This research could help restaurants and hotels make targeted design choices as they struggle to survive.
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Is it possible to build a mile-high skyscraper?

A mile-high tower would not just be a new structure, but a new technology.

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  • Frank Lloyd Wright originally proposed The Mile-High Illinois in the 1950s.
  • Innovations in construction materials and elevators are necessary to reach the one mile height and beyond.
  • We may see the first mile-high skyscraper by the middle of the 21st century.
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