5 Cheat Sheets For Designers’ Help
October 30th, 2019
We have been receiving a great amount of emails, especially from beginners who have just stepped into the design industry and looking for some serious guidelines.
So, this one is for all you out there…
Yes, under the light of this particular blog we are going to share the most effective and absolutely proven principles for beginners to improve their design skills.
On the other hand, if you’re passionate about designing and have already been working for sometime, these tips will certainly be helpful for you as well.
Alright, let’s dive in to see what we’ve got in the store for you.
If you want to remove the ‘ordinary’ tag from yourself and be known as an extra-ordinary designer, then reading should be your habit.
Now this principle applies to everyone, be it a professional or newbie.
Reading opens up your mind to welcome new and exciting ideas and introduce you to the world of creative people. Therefore, follow the influencers, well-reputed designers and authors, read whatever they write about designing and its technicalities to identify the dos and don’ts.
Although this principle primarily applies on experienced designers, but we firmly believe that anyone who has passion for designing shouldn’t be hesitant of practicing it.
For this, you will have to follow the first principle dedicatedly because having sufficient knowledge about each and every aspect of designing can help you recognize a great design from a bad one.
Creating a ravishing design is fair enough, but communicating a message through it definitely makes a huge impact.
This implies to all the designers i.e. logo designers, web designers, graphic designers etc.
“If your design speaks volumes, people will ask for more”.
See, colors are always vital in every aspect of a design. However, keeping them light or sharp depends on the situation or client’s requirements, but mastering the art of colors and their psychological impacts on people will make you accurate.
It’s due to the reason we want you to emphasize on the importance of colors as well, apart from all other elements of a successful design.