Why does the color look different in a store then at home? Understanding color perception helps designers minimize color change.
When you can’t read a client’s mind, ask these 5 questions to get inside their head and design a product that sells.
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Everyone’s eyes perceive color a little differently, which can make working with color a challenge. However, if you can find a common color language to communicate, the process becomes a whole lot easier.
In healthcare and pediatrics, the design of hospitals, patient rooms, and offices can positively or negatively impact patient attitudes and outcomes.
Designing in repeat is a unique skill. Though it is something that almost anyone can do(thanks to simple repeat applications), it often isn’t done well.