Apr 6, 2018

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Need a logo design?

Here at Skattie we’re always fans of good design skills.

Graphic Designers in Cape Town

Do you need a logo design?

Semantica has just expanded their services to include kick-ass graphic design. They would love to quote on your next branding project and design a logo for your startup or existing company.

Request a logo design here.

Interested in other Graphic Design?

Semantica also offers the following graphic design services:

  • Full corporate identity design
    • Business cards
    • Letterheads
    • Email signatures
    • Business folders
  • Poster design – anything you can dream up, they can design
  • Annual report designs – they offer competitive packages for this
  • Landing page design – have a new campaign and need a landing page? Let them know!
  • Social media images – everyone needs these. Let Semantica design cool covers and and backgrounds, or help with your day-to-day social media images
  • Miscellaneous graphic design – need something custom designed? Reach out!

Request graphic design here.

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Feb 3, 2018

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Are you into WordPress & UX design?

We want to send a shout out to one of our mates Rob who’s just launched his new YouTube series Yo!

His YouTube channel covers all things design with a killer sound track to accompany it.

If you’re into WordPress, UX design, One Page Websites or just in general, cool people and music, give Rob’s channel a go and you won’t be disappointed.

Here’s his first episode:

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Feb 9, 2011

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Less Is More With Convertible Clothing

At first glance, it appears to be nothing more than a swath of fabric. After some deft and swift handiwork, involving a tuck here and a knot there, that same bit of material magically morphs into a sexy halter neck dress.

On a whim, the wearer changes her mind. But instead of changing into something else entirely, she simply performs some more origami on the cloth, redraping, tying and twisting and voila: the same fabric transforms into a chic, off-the-shoulder affair.

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Sep 15, 2010

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Fashion Finally Creates A Perfect Fit For Fuller Figures

The industry where thin is the only trend that is and always has been in, is finally willing to acknowledge the big fat truth: most real women do not look like super skinny supermodels.

In fact, with the amount of fat people officially outweighing the thin in the US population (where 62% of all women are overweight), and with the belt-tightening economy not letting up just yet, the fat averse fashion industry can simply no longer afford to dismiss this growing market of consumers.

So tomorrow, 16 September 2010, amid New York’s prestigious Fashion Week, a group of American designers will finally present a fashion show solely dedicated to fuller-figured fashionistas. Although the event is not officially part of the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, it is being hailed by many as a long overdue step in the right direction.

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Aug 6, 2010

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Zoo City Bares: Book-Inspired Art With Heart

A South African author went beyond mere cover art and illustrations when she teamed up with a local design and animation studio to create tangible art works relating to the themes in her latest book.

For her second novel, Zoo City, writer Lauren Beukes and the am i collective studio in Cape Town collaborated with local illustrators to create five distinct, 40 centimetre high, vinyl Bares.

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Jul 14, 2010

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Football Fever Spreads To Fashion

Branded team uniforms aside, sports and fashion are not usually equated with each other. Yet a well known South African designer is of the opinion that the soccer fever that has been gripping the country for the past month, courtesy of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, will be reflected in our clothing long after the tournament’s final whistle has blown.

Since the World Cup kicked off here on our sunny shores, South Africa has been awash in a sea of bright, cheerful yellow as fans of all ages enthusiastically donned Bafana Bafana’s colours to show their support to the national team. Not even chilly winter temperatures and the team failing to quality past the first round managed to turn the country blue.

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