Here's A Cool Graphic Design Tip For All Content Creators!
You might not realize this, but I’ve been studying graphic design for a super long time!
Back in High School, it was something my nerdy colleagues and I were totally obsessed with. (Indeed, the "Graphic Communications" crew shall always live on, hehe).
Back during the days of Adobe Photo 5.0, early graphics plugins, and still before the days of really fancy "cloud based" graphic suites.
I’m not trying to say that I’m some graphic design guru; heck I totally suck at graphic design!
However, I can honestly say that I’ve been studying this type of stuff for the better part of a decade. (Erm, at the very least, yes, I'm getting old). :(
“But mike, if you admittedly suck at design, then what do you have to offer?!”
That lesson is as follows; nature will always be a better designer than you, me, or absolutely anyone.
Nature provides a design that’s so magnificent, timeless, and beautiful, and it’s going to outlast any of us.
That’s why I’m always trying my best to integrate nature into all of my creations.
Whether I’m creating slides for an online course, covers for an ebook, or even really neat graphics here on this nifty blog.
Best of all, nature’s never going to go out of style.
So, just keep this in mind, the next time you’re designing anything.
Maybe you can integrate and “swipe” from the greatest artist of all?
It's as simple as checking out PixaBay.com and downloading their endless supply of totally free images (beautiful images) that you can use for absolutely zero cost. Even for your commercial projects.
There's plenty of content to work with there, and I know that the amazing beauty of nature, can definitely complement your graphic design and whatever project you're working on next!
Food for thought, and please have a beautiful day.
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