10 Graphic Design Rules You Should Never Break
Do you create graphics for your website or social media profiles? Want to ensure you’re not making a mess of it?
The team from Red Website Design share 10 graphic design rules you should stick to in this infographic.
Here are the key points:
Design with consistency - Be consistent with the design elements like colour palette, typography and fonts.
Avoid poor legibility - Your text should be visible and clear to read.
Avoid colour discord - Your colours should complement each other.
Prevent non-proportional scaling of graphics and text- Maintain proportions while scaling.
Stay away from raster-based images - Avoid raster-based images by choosing big pictures with high resolution.
Maintain alignment- Graphic elements should align
Seriously, only choose 3 fonts - Limit yourself to no more than 3 fonts.
Establish a visual hierarchy - This is the use of size and colour to emphasize a certain factor over another.
Watch your grammar, spelling, and punctuation- Your material should be error-free
Embrace whitespace - Having ample white space within your design can add a sense of professionalism and sophistication
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