With a new year comes exciting trends, including a new Pantone color.
Color is undeniably one of the most important elements a designer has to consider, but where does the need for a yearly color comes from? And when did this color selection become a thing?
Design doesn’t need to be all work and no fun. If you’re having a rough day, and you feel like procrastinating, you should check out some of these games.
From typography to color, I can guarantee that these design games will get you in a better mood and, possibly, motivate you to get back on track.
Lately, I’ve been spending so much time at the computer, that it’s been hard to enjoy it. So, when I see designers trying to escape the computer and going back to manual work, I can relate.
One of the techniques that are popping up lately is hand painting signs. There are a handful of reasons why it has become so popular recently, and why so many are choosing to go down that road.
Every designer has a different answer to what is that makes a piece of design great. In my opinion, negative space plays a big role.
A balanced composition will provide ease to the eye, and contribute to a more pleasant experience.
Until recently, I only knew about two or three different podcasts, and I thought that as far as design goes, that was about it. So it came as a bit of shock when I found out how much I’ve been missing out.
I decided to share my research and put together a list of 35 design-related podcasts.
We already know what color is and how it’s different from person to person.
So, how do we use color to our own advantage? How do we create those beautiful, catchy color palettes that keep popping up on Behance and Instagram?