Space is one of the fundamental elements of design. Without it, layouts would be just a pile of content without any hierarchy, balance and direction. It would be hard to read and work with. Whitespace, also known as negative space, needs to be approached with the same attention as any other design element, maybe even more.… Continue reading Whitespace – Mastery of the (in)visible
Have you ever though about what are the main elements or building blocks of the design? There is a specific number, seven to be exact, of elements every design works with or is composed of. These elements are the basics upon which your foundation of design will be built upon. Since the best way to… Continue reading Elements of design – Engineering of the beauty
This article was not planned in the beginning. However, because of all the great comments and messages you sent me about an interview, I want to dedicate this post to exploring the team player subject further more. You will take a look at what the top qualities a team player are and should have. Understanding… Continue reading Team player – In search of a unicorn
When starting new company or expanding the current, hiring new people become important part of the process. There are different philosophies you can follow. First, my favorite and personal choice, hire slow and fire fast. Second, hire fast to grow fast. In both cases you must have an interview – a system of questions that… Continue reading Interview – 5 questions to hire the right people
This morning I was thinking about trends. Are they good for design or bad? Even though I do some times follow trends in my work, or when client wants it, I don’t think that trends are something solid enough to support your creation. In this post, you will be presented with five reasons why should… Continue reading Trends and 5 reasons to avoid them
It’s been a long time since we talked about color, psychology and their role in design. It might be a good time to revise this subject and fix potential gaps in the knowledge.