Fundamentals of Design: How to Think Like a Designer

Jack Zerby, Design at Vimeo, Pentagram, RGA, & Frog

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20 Lessons (1h 23m)
    • 1. Trailer

      1:12
    • 2. What is Design?

      2:06
    • 3. Intro to Grids

      5:05
    • 4. Screencast: Using a Grid in Practice

      5:19
    • 5. Grids and the Golden Section

      2:49
    • 6. Intro to Visual Hierarchy

      3:44
    • 7. Screencast: Using Visual Hierarchy in Practice

      6:39
    • 8. Types of Hierarchy: Color

      5:02
    • 9. Types of Hierarchy: Space

      5:00
    • 10. Types of Hierarchy: Alignment

      3:10
    • 11. Types of Hierarchy: Implicit and Explicit

      2:56
    • 12. Intro To Typography

      10:11
    • 13. Combining Typefaces

      2:58
    • 14. Picking a Font Size

      2:27
    • 15. Typography Crimes!

      1:39
    • 16. Screencast: Using Fonts in Practice

      5:54
    • 17. Intro to Color

      4:06
    • 18. Color Theory Basics

      3:53
    • 19. The Von Restorff Effect

      2:45
    • 20. Screencast: Using Color in Practice

      5:39
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