YouTube Thumbnails Unlocked A Graphic Design Epiphany!

Believe it or not, as a graphic designer you can learn A LOT from YouTube thumbnails. The thought, planning, and design theory that goes into a single thumbnail design is actually quite astonishing.
if you are able to make an effective thumbnail design, then you will likely have good design knowledge and competent graphic design skills.

If we’re talking about contrast, emphasis, focal points, and all that good stuff, then it’s rarely ever more important than on a YouTube thumbnail. Why? Well because a thumbnail needs to talk to an audience and sell them an idea within a small timeframe, something under 2 seconds. If you can actually achieve with this your graphic design skills, then you’re way a head of many people out there.

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