It is not so easy to become a professional designer, but it is quite possible to understand the basic principles of design. With the help of these simple rules, even a novice designer or SMM-specialist can improve the design of their work. If you are a beginner designer, then follow these simple rules and your site will look very professional!
1.Remember the focal point.
Focus your attention on the central object - one important thing, and then guide it through the rest - less important. This will create an order of perception, help to correctly place accents and avoid chaos.
2.Borrow color palettes
Colors are practically black magic. I highly recommend heading over to Dribbble and looking for color palettes there. Or use palette generators like Coolors or Color Claim.
For example, on Awwwards, Siiimple, or Land-book you can see how white space, typography and colors are used. Try Cohesive Colors which allows you to upload an image and match colors to it.
3.Design black and white first, add color later
When you create designs in black and white, you focus on solving problems and designing a product that the user will interact with.
4.Add more “air” in the text
Use more spaces and paragraphs to make the text easier to read and the content to be easily grouped into blocks visually.
Alessandro Rocco Pietrocola is an entrepreneur and investor based in London and operating mainly in Europe, Asia and Oceania with main focus on UK, Baltic Countries, Russia, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Middle East and New Zealand as area of interest! At the moment is the CEO of Astorts Group. He is an UK FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) Approved Person and is has great experience as director of regulated companies. He uses to dedicate part of his life to inspire others and help them achieve the most out of their life. Since he was 20, he had successfully founded and managed several companies operating in the field of management consulting, wealth management and fintech. He loves travelling, he is a cigars lover, an amateur golfer and a dapper man.