Through subtle adjustments, graphic designers can make simple images beautiful and memorable. Poppie Pack, a senior graphic designer at Canva, created 50
I really like the way the designer chose to go with a simple picture and typography for a simple recipe. The faded blue background really complements the bright yellow of the lemon and draws your attention to it first.
The image you use is obviously going to be the decider on where you place text so try and find one with less noise and more space to breathe.
If you take our Golden Ratio diagram. you will draw the first curve of the Golden Spiral (or Fibonacci Sequence) – a series in which the pattern of each number is the sum of the previous two numbers.
Overlaying shapes along with the faded words makes a simple picture appear more interesting than it actually is. We could do this for Highlander (or Athlete) of the Issue, and the shapes could represent the person in some way.
The simple use of the line brings order to this poster and is clearly seen over the transparent elements.
This specific image doesn't work for our needs - but the Euclidian geometry is something we definitely want to keep in mind.
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Great design by using simple graphic element to simulate the body gesture of dancer, which make the whole image interesting.
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Spheres - circles - dots - orbs and spots used in design Melissa Baillache – Dance Noir: Mirror Ball. Invitation for Sydney Dance Company's annual fundraising ball
dance noir - Melissa Baillache Created with the team at Banjo Role: Art Direction and Design, Design Director: Samantha Suyono
UNCONVENTIONAL LAYOUT/DESIGN This image could be used for the cover design. It reminds me of the picture of brooke haymore, except presenting it like this would be a unique twist on it.