Elements & Principles of Design

Creating Compelling Designs: The Crucial Role of Contrast

In the next instalment of our ongoing blog series on the principles of graphic design, we’re taking a look at one of the most important design principles: contrast. Employing contrast adds visual interest to your designs, and it also helps communicate your message. Like alignment, you probably won’t notice contrast

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7 Elements of Design and How to Use Them Properly

Over the past few months, we’ve been exploring Principles of Design like alignment, balance, the rule of thirds, and white space. But there’s more to design than just these principles – designers also need to consider the elements of design. What’s the difference? Keep reading to find out. What are

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Mastering Design: Understanding the Principle of Proximity

Humans have an innate tendency to organize images and design elements into logical groups. The design principle of proximity formalizes this natural inclination and is a valuable tool for helping graphic designers arrange information in a way that can be easily communicated to readers. What is the Principle of Proximity?

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Texture Beyond Visuals: How Tactile Elements Elevate Design

We are all familiar with texture, even if we’re not always conscious of it. Everything has a texture, from smooth glass to the craggiest rock, and graphic design is no exception. Adding texture to your designs is simple. Here are some easy ways to include texture in your projects: Add

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Mastering Color Theory: The Art of Choosing Harmonious Hues

Color theory is one of the most basic and most influential aspects of graphic design. Like alignment and balance, you probably won’t notice if a design’s color scheme has been chosen using the principles of color theory, but it’ll certainly be obvious if it hasn’t This is the first post

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