Not every church has a huge budget available for design resources. I absolutely get it! As a Graphic Designer myself, I want to share with you my favorite sites for scoring high quality vectors, photos, templates, and fonts that will bolster your design arsenal without breaking the bank. Also, these are websites that I trust and … Continue reading 10 Awesome Websites for Free Design Resources
We learned a few weeks back the difference between serif and sans serif fonts and the different uses they offer for church media presentations, but once you've figured out the best type of font, how do you find the best one to use? Therein lies the problem these sites are hoping to solve for individuals looking to find … Continue reading Best Free Font Websites for Church Media
When designing new slides for worship songs, which fonts should you use? Serif or Sans Serif? Or both? This is a common question and in an age of an ever-evolving church culture, which will resonate the most with churchgoers? Below is a list of pros and cons for both options and a few tips for designing … Continue reading Serif v. Sans Serif Fonts for Song Lyrics
The job of projecting the slides on the screens and running the computer during the weekend was the first place I ever served inside my church. We have come a long way in the past decade with tons of improvements as far as the way the lyrics look, the fonts we use, number of lines … Continue reading Changes You Can Make Today to Improve Your Lyric Slides
Have you ever heard of the statement that 95% of design is written language? It is only logical to think that a graphic or web designer should get training or some knowledge in the shaping of written information, called typography. For me it is probably the most important stage in design and the most exciting. … Continue reading The Top 5 Worst Fonts. Ever.