Is Posting Art Online Breaching Digital Property Rights?

Facebook and other sites like Pinterest as well as Instagram are all great places for us to display your artwork. If you are a graphic designer, then you should have your artwork on a website with digital copyright enabled for your images. Then you need to also show off your work over social media. I mean why would you not do this? Social media and having a website with a portfolio is always going to help your potential or current customers see your skills.

Although, there is one risk involved in making your art publicly available online. Google images display your artwork under its images section. This is there for anyone to copy and place on their website if they want to. Most websites that supply examples of images and artwork like Shutterstock will place watermarks over the images so you cannot copy them directly. This is exactly what you … Read More

Why Graphic Designers Need To Consider Online Security

It may not seem like the line of work that needs to think about internet security, but there is a set of graphic designers out there that need to consider how safe their Web browsing sessions are when searching for material or ideas. If you are a graphic designer that regularly reads dizplays.com, then you may know that your graphics designs could be target material for hackers that have a use for the work that you do. 

Graphic Designers Responsible for Mapping Out Computer Networks

One of the best moves my old IT boss ever made was to hire a graphic designer to help us map out our entire IT network. This was a network that spread across 6 office across the UK, 1 in New York, 1 in Los Angeles, and 1 office in Bulgaria. Also connected to this network were partners and customers.

The result was a … Read More