Principles that Make Every Design a Success!

Water will evaporate to become steam or freeze to become ice. Certain formulas and physical and chemical characteristics never change, even during the experiment of design. Change however is controlled by the elements in play, whether its colours and shapes or lines and patterns, the end-result is dependent on various external factors as well. A Brand, Strategy and Experience designer Sourajit Sengupta takes us through some of his design principles. Have you got your design goggles on?
Principles that Make Every Design a Success!

Be the Solvent to Create a Solution.

Design is not just about creating an artwork. It's a solution that varies from brand to brand and person to person. For a designer, it's like dressing up according to a particular occasion. Is it going to be fun and funky or formal and sleek?

It's not about what you feel like or what you want, but what the situation demands from you. The key is to understand the brand and dissolve yourself in it enough to be able to think from the clients perspective. Consider it like a science experiment, where the process and procedure must rigorously be followed in order to get the desired results.

Don't Force it.

Force might facilitate everything in the scientific world, but when it comes to design, forcing it has never worked. Firstly, one must be in the field for their love and passion for design and not because of external pressures. As long as you love what you do, the journey will appear effortless and smooth, making you a perfectionist sooner or later.

And that's when it will translate in your work. Design has to be invisible and basic. It does not have to be forced. It's not about simple colour palettes or minimalism, it's about what is relative for that project. If it relates, it becomes memorable and recallable.

Give your Design Dreams Milestones.

Development is a series of chain reactions, where thinkers took what existed even beyond. For example, a light bulb couldn't have been invented if electricity hadn't been discovered. And the later wouldn't have been so if a kite wasn't flown. The concept is same for design. Start off every project with the caliber of making it a dream project.

Creating a difference in the design world is a huge consideration and can be best achieved by creating smaller milestones that may someday combine together to make a difference altogether. The key is to be open to all types of knowledge and methods. Put your hands on different styles and projects, especially the ones that are out of your comfort zone

logo
Creative Gaga
www.creativegaga.com