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A Graphic Design Standards

A Graphic Design Standards

Before you can come up with a good graphic design you must first understand the basic principles in creating the design, as well as the factors it should contain. Design is defined as a plan or pattern formed for the purpose of creating or doing something. It explains how things are done or how to come up with something. 

Graphic Design Standards

 The design must have a purpose, or else it will not be useful. It should contain enough information. You can use visual languages, such as charts, tables, or graphs, making it easier to understand. It should also explain the details. Start from a general idea, then, provide specific details. Make sure that every detail is related to the main idea. There are many types of designs, such as graphic design. Graphic design results from features of lines, colors, shapes, materials or textures. What makes graphic design interesting and lively is color. Here, you can apply color theory. Each color has its own characteristics, such as spectrum, dimensions, inherent quality, and visible emotive. The main colors are red, blue and green. If you mix these colors, a new color will be created. You can have lighter or darker colors or contrasting colors. Take white for example—it’s the opposite of black. Each color may appear lighter or darker depending on that field. For example, when you put pink next to green, pink is a lighter color. But when you put pink next to white, pink will look darker. 

How to create a brand style guide

 Your graphic design should contain design elements, including lines, shapes, textures and sizes. A line is a curved or straight mark that connects two dots. A shape is a shape that has height and width. The three basic primitive shapes are rectangles, circles and triangles. Textures are measured by look and feel. This is basically roughness or surface smoothness. Spacing refers to the area or distance between or around things. Size refers to how big or small this thing is. Composition and layout principles include element suppression, equal weight balance or distribution, pattern or rhythm, and unity or relationship between each element. Determine what perspective to use. There are four basic perspectives; one-point perspective, two-point perspective, three-point perspective, and 3d illusion. For text, consider the type of font and style you should use. There should be consistency in the height and width of the letters. Be more creative, make use of the theory. Follow the rules in designing. You’ll know that design is effective if you’ve successfully communicated your idea to your target audience.