Logo Design Trends 2018 #infographic

In 2017, we saw some wonderful new logos and some great logo re-designs. Every year brings some exciting new trends and 2018 isn’t going to be any different. We are extremely excited (we’re sure you are too) and can’t wait to see the new logo design trends that will emerge in 2018.

Current trends may not define the future trends but it wouldn’t be wrong to say that current trends do have an impact on the future ones. Hence we have picked some great trends that emerged in 2017 (and earlier) and we strongly believe that they will continue making their presence felt in 2018. Some of these trends may evolve into such awesomeness that will redefine how we see the logos today.

An infographic by 40 Dollar Logo.

Commercial Leases: Essential Questions for a Prospective Tenant #infographic

A commercial lease – defined by Business Dictionary as an “agreement between a landlord and a business outlining terms and conditions of property rental” – can be an extremely onerous contract and expert legal advice is essential from the negotiation stage through the point of signing the original lease and related documents.

Renting commercial space is a big responsibility for your business, as its success or failure can be determined partly by certain terms of the lease. It can come in three main forms: full-service leases, net leases, and modified gross leases. Identifying, negotiating, and signing a commercial lease is a long process, and it is essential that you have a clear and ample understanding of it.

As a prospective tenant, it is imperative that you are armed with the right questions that you should ask before you fully commit to a lease. Here are the questions that you should be asking, according to this infographic by Amorys Solicitors:

An infographic by Amorys Solicitors.

10 Reasons Why Reading Is Important #infographic

Anything you want out of life, you can get a step closer by reading. That is a bold statement, but it’s true. If you’ve ever wanted to overcome a problem, someone has done it before. If you’d like to live a fantasy life, books will bring you there. For thousands of years, reading has been a great source of information, entertainment and much more.

It’s no surprise then that we were taught to read when we were young. Unfortunately, most people today don’t like reading. With technology, the rise of the internet and social media taking over our lives, we get easily distracted, and our concentration levels go down. As much as technology benefits us, it still makes things easier, and that makes us more reliant on technology and less likely to have the drive to push hard. At Self-development Secrets, we hope this infographic will help you understand the importance of reading and lead to a new habit in your life.

An infographic by Selfdevelopmentsecrets.com.

How to Use DSLR Camera Manually Beginners Guide #infographic

Do you have a DSLR camera? Are you making the most out of it? Although Digital Single-lens Reflex cameras may seem difficult to use, learning a few things about them will help you massively.

Check out this infographic designed by 10 High Tech to master shooting modes, understand ISO better, understand file size and types and everything you need to know to take the most amazing pictures!

An infographic by 10 HighTech.

Gallbladder Cancer and Asbestos Exposure #infographic

Upon hearing the word “asbestos”, the majority of people will most likely think of mesothelioma and lung disease. While the association is correct, very few are aware that exposure to this carcinogenic mineral can actually result in plenty of other debilitating health problems, such as gallbladder cancer.

Having a relatively low incidence among the U.S. population, the disease occurs in roughly 11,700 Americans every year. Nonetheless, gallbladder cancer is often fatal, with only 7% of patients achieving a 5-years survival following diagnosis.

Those who held down a job involving asbestos before the 1980s, when employees were rarely provided with adequate equipment to minimize exposure, are considerably prone to developing it. A noteworthy aspect concerning the diseases which may ensue as a consequence of asbestos exposure refers to latency. It is crucial to know that, if you have a history of asbestos exposure, the risk of experiencing health issues remains throughout your lifetime, as a disease can arise even 40 years later.

Do you suspect your diagnosis is related to workplace asbestos exposure? The attorneys and legal experts at Environmental Litigation Group, P.C. will gladly help you recover financial compensation from the liable company.

An infographic by Environmental Litigation Group.