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Interesting Factoids I Bet You Never Knew About The Principles Of Design

Today I present you with 8 interesting factoids I bet you never knew about the principles of design.

  1. Simplicity
  2. Consistency
  3. Typography & Readability
  4. Mobile Compatibility
  5. Color Palette & Imagery
  6. Easy Loading
  7. Easy Navigation
  8. Communication
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Inspiration: 123klan

123Klan is a crew founded in 1992 by a couple of French graffiti artists : SCIEN (Sébastien) and KLOR (Carole). Originally from the North of France, they started in the 1990s with graffiti and then gradually evolved into graphic design and illustration. In 2007, they moved to Montreal and created their studio. They also developed the “Bandit-1$M” clothing brand.

Throughout these years, they were able to impose their style on the walls of the world, as well as collaborate with major brands such as Nike, Adidas, Playstation Coca Cola, Carhartt, Vans, Stussy, MTV… For over 20 years, their passion for graffiti has not waned. They still paint all over the world with other artists. Check out a few of their works below.

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Macro Photography Tips

  1. Use manual focus if you can.
  2. Keep it tidy.
  3. Shoot. A LOT.
  4. Don’t be afraid of flash.
  5. Move the subject, not the camera.
  6. Try the effect of different backgrounds.
  7. Fine-tune your composition.
  8. Deal with the depth of field dilemma.
  9. Start parallel, but experiment with different angles.
  10. Stabilize your camera as much as possible.
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10 Quick Tips For Website Design In 2019

  1. Have a Plan
  2. Remove stocky images and ambiguous terminology
  3. Include social share and follow buttons
  4. Implement calls-to-action
  5. Use the right imagery that works for your audience
  6. Create a navigation that guides users through your site
  7. Stay mobile friendly
  8. Focus on SEO
  9. Never stop testing
  10. Find and fix 404s
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Fluid Web Typography: Today

Fluid web typography gives us so many opportunities to better design the reading experiences on the web but, at the same time, introduces problems of font sizes scaling uncontrollably and potential accessibility issues. Is fluid web typography ready to be used?