The ChurchArt Online Blog
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“There is no such thing as no design,” writes author Adam Judge. “The alternative to good design is always bad design.” That raises the question: How can church newsletter editors ensure that their publications avoid falling into the “bad design” category? The answer involves understanding the basic elements of any newsletter design — and then using those elements in eye-pleasing…Read More >>
Whether you’re formatting a church newsletter, producing your weekly church bulletin, or designing a flyer for a church event, fonts play an important part in the overall design. We’re sure you have plenty of good content ideas. Try using some of these typography ideas to draw your congregation’s attention into that great content. But first,…Read More >>
When designing Scripture Art, it’s always amazing to us how one bible verse can be illustrated in so many different ways. That’s why we thought it would be fun to do a little internal design challenge. The Challenge for our Artists We asked two graphic designers from the ChurchArt team to add their own personal…Read More >>
It’s generally accepted that teachers can do “virtually” anything and are teacher-strong no matter the teaching distance. But that doesn’t mean our teachers haven’t had to overcome a lot in the last year! In the United States, Teacher Appreciation Week is celebrated annually in the first full week of May. You can take part in…Read More >>
Although we are hopeful that 2021 will be a turning point in many positive ways, many congregations are still unable to meet in buildings, are split between different services to provide ample social distancing or are split between virtual and in-person worship. If you’re like us, you’re constantly looking for ways to encourage one another — especially those who might be struggling. With that still…Read More >>
In design terminology, an oversized letter at the beginning of an article or paragraph is called an initial cap. These letters visually entice people to read the written word. They’re also a classy way to transition from a large, bold headline to an article’s light text. Types of initial caps There are 3 main types…Read More >>