This is another great use of expressive typography. Using the “o” instead of any other letter was the best choice with this word. The “o” in this case gives us the “aw” sound when saying the word “drop” rather than a long o sound like the word “stove”. Great job on this one.
I have received a few emails + questions about what to focus on when learning to become a graphic designer. This is such a loaded question, and absolutely not just one answer, but I thought I would share a few tips + resources that might help you as you start this journey! Whether you are …
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40 Complex Topics Explained Perfectly By Infographics
Don't worry about the complicated design terms. Here's a quick lesson/ refresher for all those finicky design terms you think are holding your inner graphic designer back! 40 Complex Design Topics Explained Perfectly By Infographics – Design School