This theory-based tutorial is about highlighting important pieces of information in your design compositions. When there’s a lot going on in a piece of work say an editorial layout or poster design,
it can be hard to ensure info stands out as important.
However this tutorial will provide you with some great ways to help draw attention to written and visual information.
Get to grips with some more design theory with these one minute tutorials:
Balance in Design layouts | Theory Tutorial #85/365
This tutorial will help you understand more about the term balance in a design context and why it’s essential to great work!
Using Scale | Theory Tutorial #97/365
Understanding what the term ‘scale’ refers to and how to use it will help ensure your work communicates effectively.
Using Containers | InDesign CC Tutorial #235/365
Learn more about how to display and prioritize information.
Minimalist Composition | Photoshop CC Tutorial #253/365
Discover a method for creating a minimalist composition which uses lines as the main creative asset.
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