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graphic design principles

By Kent Mundle

Design Principles: Introduction To Hierarchy

As originally published on www.toptal.com by Kent Mundle.

The need for technical skill in graphic design continues to grow as technologies and interfaces change. Yet, how have fundamental understandings of visual hierarchy, perception and composition changed along with new interfaces? The modern concept of human visual perception is rooted in psychological study. Thus, the way that we see and perceive graphic information will always be the same, despite continually changing graphic interfaces. So, how can contemporary interactive design consider and improve upon the foundations of graphic composition and visual hierarchy?   Read more

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By Andre Somov

12 Basic Rules For Good Graphic Design

Good graphic design is both art and strategy; it’s an art form with a business purpose. It is often considered a subcategory of visual communication, but sometimes the term “graphic design” is used interchangeably due to overlapping skills involved. Graphic designers use various methods to create and combine words, symbols, and images to create a visual representation of ideas and messages.   Read more

graphic design vancouver

By Andre Somov

Graphic Design: What Are The Primary, Secondary and Tertiary colors

There is no escaping color. It is everywhere. And how you use colors in your graphic design will make or brake your work. But what does it mean? Why are people more relaxed in green rooms? Why do weightlifters do better in blue gyms? In this first instalment about colors, we will touch on some basics. In the second colors article I will talk much more about color psychology.    Read more

graphic design principles
Design Principles: Introduction To Hierarchy
graphic design vancouver
12 Basic Rules For Good Graphic Design
graphic design vancouver
The Psychology Of Fonts In Graphic Design
graphic design vancouver
Graphic Design: What Are The Primary, Secondary and Tertiary colors