How to create better graphic design 1
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How to create better graphic design 1

Applying simple and plausible tips for better visual communication.
3.4 (52 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
2,431 students enrolled
Created by inoshiro Design
Last updated 9/2016
English
Price: Free
Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 5 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Create and apply an idea to your design
  • Communicate your idea effectively
  • Make your idea understandable for your audience
  • Let your design speak with a consistent voice
  • Use only as many elements as required
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Requirements
  • Pen and paper
  • A problem to solve
  • Optional: a free graphic design software (GIMP etc.)
Description

Introduction

Hello and welcome to How to create better graphic design 1. I’m Simon Claes and I’ll show you how you can improve your designs in five steps.

How to create better graphic design 1 will cover the first five steps for better visual communication. I’m engaged with the topic graphic design on a hobby basis for quite a while now and I want to share the knowledge I’ve learned here. I’m going to give you an insight of what it takes to create a good design on a basic level.

Course Introduction and Overview

In this course we are going to break down the essential parts of a design and how to enhance them. We will cover the idea of your design, the communication in your design, the understanding of the elements in your design, the consistency of the elements of elements in your design and the maximum threshold of elements in your design. After this course you will know, why an idea should be the core of your design, why it is important to communicate effectively in your design, how to make the message or idea in your design understandable, how consistency works in a design and why it is important and why you should set a maximum of elements in your design.

Major components of the course

  • Create and apply an idea to your design
  • Communicate your idea effectively
  • Make your idea understandable for your audience
  • Let your design speak with a consistent voice
  • Use only as many elements as required

Ideal Student

With this course I’m targeting total beginners in the topic of graphic design. The ideal student for this course should be interested in graphic design, wants to create better graphics for private use or at work and is eager to learn these skills by applying then directly into practice.

Who is the target audience?
  • Interested in graphic design
  • Wants to create better graphics for home or work
  • Is eager to learn these skills by applying it directly into practice
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Curriculum For This Course
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Start Here
1 Lecture 02:59
Introduction
02:59
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The tips
5 Lectures 40:11
Create an idea and apply it to your design
05:23

Communicate your idea effectively
05:54

Make your idea understandable for your audience
10:07

Let your design speak with a consistent voice
09:23

Use only as many elements as required
09:24
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Summary
1 Lecture 02:37
Summary
02:37
About the Instructor
inoshiro Design
3.4 Average rating
51 Reviews
2,431 Students
1 Course
Designer at inoshiroDesign

Hello my name is Simon Claes from InoshiroDesign.

I’m engaged with the topic graphic design on a hobby basis for quite a while now and I want to share the knowledge I’ve learned here. I’m going to give you an insight of what it takes to create a good design on a basic level.