Color Composition Techniques

There are numerous approaches or “compositional techniques” to achieve a sense of unity within an artwork, depending on the goals of the artist. For example, a work of art is said to be aesthetically pleasing to the eye if the elements within the work are arranged in a balanced compositional way.
Conventional composition can be achieved by utilizing a number of techniques: Continue reading

5 Great Design Tips!

There are 5 important graphic design tips, that always help you in creating great designs. Those are mentioned below:

  1. Make a Habit of defending your work.
  2. Become a collector of designs that inspires you, collect it, and file it away. They are the great source of inspiration when needed.
  3. Create fake projects. Whenever you find yourself with free time, create fake projects. Creating a fake brand for a company.. Continue reading

What is Graphic Design?

Good design makes a difference in our world. Whether it’s communicating a social ideal, helping a business attract clients, motivating people to join an organization, enabling citizens to vote for the candidate of their choice, or simply helping travelers find their way through a busy airport, good design means connection. Continue reading

Why Layout is Important in Design?

Layout is the sizing, spacing, and placement of contents in design.Contents including Logo, Caption, Image, text, details etc.. Effective layout is crucial in helping users find what they are looking for quickly, as well as making the appearance visually appealing. Effective layout can make the difference between designs that users immediately understand and those that leave users feeling puzzled and overwhelmed. Continue reading

Understanding Color Psychology in Logo Design

Color offers an instantaneous method for conveying meaning and message in your logo designs. It is most powerful non-verbal form of communication we can use as designers. Our minds are programmed to respond to color. As humans our survival is hung on the identification of color. We stop our cars for red lights and go on green, we look at the color of certain plants and animals to determine whether they are safe for us to eat or touch, the bottom line is that color is a very important part of our daily lives. It’s important for us as designers to use color appropriately and understand the meaning behind the colors we choose. Continue reading