Archive for Graphic Design

Gilbert Arizona Temple Cultural Celebration

Designing the theme, logo and website for the Gilbert Temple Cultural Celebration was by far the most rewarding design experience of my life! Gaining a crash course in photography and videography along the way became an added bonus! LIVE True to the Faith At our…

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Shooting Square: Gilbert Days Rodeo 2014

Enjoy this square photo perspective of the Gilbert Days Rodeo action from behind the chutes to the middle of the arena to the crowds in the stands.

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Western Graphic Design from a Cowgirl’s Point of View

Nicole Carson Bonilla of Bonilla Design brings a unique skillset to the designing of marketing materials for the western industry. She was born and raised in North Hollywood, California and grew up performing in the Carson Family Western Show. The show began in the early 1930’s…

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The Bonilla Design & Advertising Website Makeover Reveal

With the new year comes a new website for BonillaDesign.com. The redesigned website is ready for it’s Big Reveal! Our new tagline is ‘Graphic design with the power to Be‘. Be noticed. Be global. Be cutting-edge. Whatever your product or service needs to be to your customer, we can create it. How?…

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The Bonilla Design Creative Brief

Our creative brief consists of ten questions related to your product/service. Although these may seem like simple questions, answering them with brief, concise answers can be challenging. It will require you to really focus on the fundamental goals of your product/service. It is a crucial…

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Pixels vs. Vector Art: What’s the difference?

The difference between pixels and vector art is as vast as the difference between peanut butter and jelly. They both serve very different functions. But when used together, the result is absolutely delicious!

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CMYK vs. RGB: A Quick Explanation

Have you ever heard someone mention the terms CMYK or RGB and thought they were referring to launch codes? Well, you’re almost right. These terms refer to the two primary forms of reproducing color. Here is a simple explanation meant to give you a general…

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The Bonilla Design Custom Logo Creative Process

The first step to any logo design is to compile the creative brief. The creative brief outlines the creative objectives of the logo including the target market, unique selling proposition, brand adjectives, etc. The creative brief can be completed in a person-to-person meeting, a conference…

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