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How To Design The Best Blog Graphics With Free Tools And Design Theory

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Learn how to incorporate design into your blog graphics using design theory to make your blog stand out. Check out http://coschedule.com/blog/how-to-design-blog-graphics-with-free-tools/ for more info.

How To Design The Best Blog Graphics With Free Tools And Design Theory

  1. 1. Sure, you could use any free (or close to it!) design tool out there to create a great blog graphic. But you want to rock at designing. Follow this simple guide to design consistent blog graphics that will complement your content perfectly while also helping you get more social media shares for everything you do. Audience Is Priority Every Good Design Starts With A Good Idea Headline That Goes Here Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Subtitle Headline Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Simplify Your Design So The Content Stands Out Body text will go here as the blog is written with great quality work, but no one will ever know. Sign Up For Our Newsletter! Really small text that would go here that’s totally illegible. Really small text that would go here that’s totally illegible. Really small text that would go here that’s totally illegible. Really small text that would go here that’s totally illegible. Really small text that would go here that’s totally illegible. Really small text that would go here that’s totally illegible. 9 Design Concepts For The Non-Designer Every Post Is Different, But Some Things Should Remain The Same Headline That Goes Here Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Subtitle Headline Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Headline That Goes Here Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Subtitle Headline Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. 1. Consistency 2. Repetition Repetition Develops Easily Understood Patterns For Your Readers Headline That Goes Here Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Subtitle Headline Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Repeated Colors Same Typeface Same Shapes Consistent Breaks 3. Alignment Organize Your Design With A Grid Headline That Goes Here Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Subtitle Headline Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. 4. Hierarchy Create Order With Your Content To Highlight Importance Headline Is Most Important Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Subtitle Is Of Second Importance Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. –Bulleted List Items –Bulleted List Items –Bulleted List Items “Quote Can Go Here That Is Slightly Different In Style.” What’s Important To You, Is What’s Important To The Reader, So Highlight It Whitespace Is Your Friend, Let Your Readers Breathe Headline Goes Here Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. First Main Point Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Body text that is actually legible so that readers keep coming back and wanting to read more of this awesome content. Use whitespace between main points to create a space of silence. Blog graphics need whitespace too. Give your text and visuals room. 5. Proximity 6. Color Use Color To Draw On Emotion TURQUOISERED GOLDWHITE Primary Color Secondary Color Accent Color COLOR EMOTIONS COLOR SCHEME 3 QUICK TIPS Solid Black Instead Use Dark Gray Neon Colors Instead Use Less Bright Colors Gradients Instead Use Solid Colors 3 Things To Know When Using Imagery 1. Use human faces. 2. Explore options outside of stock photography. 3. Use the correct proportions. 7. Imagery 8. Icons Use Icons To Simplify The Complex Education, School, Writing, Blogging, Edit Map, Location, Direction, Travel, Address, GPS 9. Typography The Goal Is An Invisible Typeface 3 Ways To Push Through Creative Block You can do it! 1. Change your atmosphere. 2. Switch to a different project. 3. Stick to it. Now you know all the tips and tricks of design. ...but there’s one more thing! 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Learn how to incorporate design into your blog graphics using design theory to make your blog stand out. Check out http://coschedule.com/blog/how-to-design-blog-graphics-with-free-tools/ for more info.

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