Tino Cellupica

Tino Cellupica

Graphic Designer Joined over 7 years ago

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  • Posted to Hats off to MailChimps new campaign - Nothing ground breaking, just creative, Mar 03, 2017

    Interesting that it gets a positive response from the creative industry and less than polite feedback from what I'd consider non-industry folk.


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  • Posted to New Gridzzly is out, Nov 14, 2016

    Had a quick go, it printed two A4 pages, and the second page was just about an inch's depth of dots with the rest of the sheet blank. Tried it a second time without printing the headers and footers and got less dots but it still spilled over to the next page.

    Would this be a difference in American/UK A4 paper or have I done something wrong?

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  • Posted to Personas didn't work at my company, in reply to Rami James , Jan 15, 2015

    Well sure, if you're making them up. But why would you do that?

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  • Posted to Analysis of an Advert: The Lidl vs Morrisons Campaign, Oct 13, 2014

    I like the idea, and the general overview is pretty good. I would expect any article that picks up on the errors of something to be fairly well checked itself. You've called Morrisons 'Morrisions' a number of times and there are some other errors in there.

    Regarding what you've picked up as "Fairly standard things that a shopping website would ask for", while true, I think the point Lidl are making is that it's a lot of work compared to just going to a store where things are cheaper in the first place.

    Overall though, I'd look forward to more!

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  • Posted to Show DN: New Profiles on Dribbble, Jun 05, 2014

    For some sites I can see the point because the content fits. But what is anyone supposed to do with a header image in LinkedIn? What am I supposed to put there? A letterboxed image of me doing work? Networking? Looking like someone from a cheesy stock photo shaking hands with a businessman?

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  • Posted to The Vignelli Canon(PDF), May 12, 2014

    Have re-read this recently. A definite must read for new (and experienced) designers. Thanks for posting it.

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