How You Can Train Yourself To Think Like A Designer

Toward the end of last week’s post concluding my short series about design concepts, I mentioned that you want to consistently look at other designs and ask yourself questions about what you see. I want to spend today expanding on that idea a little.

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Design Concepts—How To Use The Principles Of Design To Communicate Your Concept

How does a concept help you design a website? Once you decide on a design concept, how do you actually use it. These are questions I’d like to address today in what will be the last post in this short series about design concepts.

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Happy Thanksgiving From An Overcast Day New York City

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone living in the U.S. and Happy Thursday to those of you living somewhere else in the world.
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Design Concepts—Creative Thinking And Exploration To Develop And Select Ideas

A good concept can make your design more interesting. It can add depth and meaning to your work. A concept helps you generate new and related ideas. It also guides your thinking and design decisions. Your ability to develop concepts, your creativity, can help you stand out from other designers. So how do you go about developing a concept for a project?

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Design Concepts—Gathering Information And Inspiration

A concept is your general idea for solving a problem, but you can’t solve a problem until you know what the problem is.

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