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نکات و ترفندهای هفتگی لیندا در مورد طراحی گرافیک

دسته بندی ها: آموزش طراحی لوگو ، دیزاین

در این دوره با تمام زمینه های طراحی را پوشش می دهد تا به طراحان جدید و قدیمی در بهبود مهارت های خود و ایجاد کار قوی تر کمک کند. این مجموعه طیف گسترده ای از موضوعات را از تایپوگرافی و طرح بندی گرفته تا رنگ و طراحی لوگو پوشش می دهد، اما هر قسمت یک تکنیک مستقل دارد که می تواند در عرض ده دقیقه یا کمتر آموزش داده شود.

سرفصل:

  • معرفی دوره
  • طرح بندی مجله
  • بهترین شیوه های طراحی گرافیک
  • طراحی کاور مدرن
  • تبدیل یک برگه محصول: کلمات خود را اینجا قرار دهید نه در آنجا
  • طراحی کارت ویزیت
  • طراحی لوگو
  • طراحی کارت ویزیت با استفاده از شکل تکراری
  • چرا حروف های گرد بزرگتر از حروف های راست هستند
  • طراحی یک پوستر قدرتمند: با عکس خود کار کنید
  • طراحی لوازم التحریر به همراه بروشور آن - تصویر محصول نه لوگو
  • طراحی شما نیاز به یک نقطه کانونی دارد: عکس های دراماتیک، یک نمایش قوی را مهار می کنند
  • نمودار داده های خود با تصاویر
  • ایجاد لوگوی زیبا با off-the-shelf type
  • طراحی آسان و یکپارچه
  • طراحی تقویم رو میزی
  • نحوه طراحی دستورالعمل های بصری
  • طراحی بسته CD
  • طراحی جلد مجله
  • و غیره
Graphic Design Tips & Tricks Weekly Publisher:Linkedin Author:John McWade Duration:8h 30m 49s Level:Intermediate

John McWade presents a biweekly series that touches on all areas of design, helping designers new and old sharpen their skills and create more powerful work.
Released: : June 2, 2015
John McWade, founder of Before & After and now senior staff author at lynda.com, presents a biweekly series that touches on all areas of design, helping designers new and old sharpen their skills and create more powerful work. This series covers a wide range of topics, from typography and layout to color and logo design, but each episode is a standalone technique that can be completed in just ten minutes or less. Tune in every other Monday for a new tip.
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Magazine layout triple threat
Introduction
Welcome
The Best Practices of Graphic Design
Design a modern cover: Think simple, clean, and angular
Transform a product sheet: Put your words here, not there
Design a business card: Make it look like what it says
Double your artwork for free: Use the same picture twice
Design a ghosted logo: A picture always goes with itself
Design a business card using repetitive shape
Why round letters are bigger than straight ones
Design a powerful poster: Work with your photo, not against it
Design stationery that’s almost a brochure: Picture your product, not your logo
Alignment: Your ruler’s good only for regular things
Logo design: Think simple
Your design needs a focal point: Dramatic photo anchors a strong makeover
Chart your data with images
Make a beautiful logo with off-the-shelf type
How to transfer your look to a new format
Angles
The (very!) versatile art of the silhouette
Easy, functional one-line design
Signage: Consistency makes the brand
Elementals: How black, white, and gray make depth
A beautiful desk calendar you can make yourself
Lesson of the counterintuitive logo
How to design visual instructions
Design a beautiful CD package
Simple brochure presents your face to the public
Soften the edge
Small layout packs a big punch
Shape it: Part one
Shape it: Part two
A logo makeover: Part one
A logo makeover: Part two
Grid collage
People in a group on a grid
Magazine cover redesign
Designing cards with type alone
Designing a small-space advertisement
Designing a business card for a photographer
Designing names with type and basic shapes
Review of an outdoor sign logo
Creating a small multipage brochure
Designing with black, white, and gray
Gestalt techniques: Isomorphism
Redesigning a business card
How to put motion on a static page
The color wheel
Layout decision points
Designing a tiny brochure
Panoramic spacing
Multi-use format for a business card
The boring book cover challenge: Part 1
The boring book cover challenge: Part 2
The single space practice
Incorporating hairlines into your design
Close enough with color choice
More design techniques with grids
Lanzarote calendar assignment
Foreground focal point
Stop, look, observe
Working with a rule of thumb (dynamic) grid
The humble power of negative space
Go with the flow
Learning by doing
For the love of design!
The boring book cover challenge, part 3
Bold moves
Simply beautiful
Common but versatile looks
Audacious philanthropy
Simple slides
Every face has a place
Those little extras
Seeing sight lines
Swiss style grids, part 1
Swiss style grids, part 2
Poetic type
Visual continuity
Find your balance
Procrastiworking with album covers
Looking around: Why it works
Don't fake it
Find the focal point
Tooth and texture
Small and simple
Design challenge: Dino Water
Looking around: Address the audience
Experimenting with borders

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