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  • I need your opinion about my design - do i need to change my style?

    The Problem is my school team is already chose the module in the first link

    why i'm posting this is i just want to understand what is the problem in my design or my module.

    the team say's that there is a personal touch in my module, that's why they chose the other one.
    all that because i always working with the dark colors and dark tunes.

    All what i need to know is how you see my module (second link), is it good or i need change my style or something.


    Thanks for your time.

    1. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_d...hPcW45UVU/view
    2. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bxn...tuZGNjSG8/view

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    Hi Rjerays and welcome to GDF.

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    • #3
      Without actually looking at your links... (google drive is a PITA for me to access and I only do it when I'm paid to do it. Like for my job.)
      It doesn't matter if you like working with dark colors or dark tones. Graphic design is NOT ABOUT WHAT YOU LIKE.
      Graphic design is about conveying the client message. If that requires you use rainbows and pink unicorns, you use rainbows and pink unicorns even if you'd rather be doing death metal red and black drippy grunge.
      This is the hardest lesson for graphic design students to learn.
      The job is not about your Art. It's all about selling what the client has to sell, to the people they are selling it to. Even a team brand image has to work within the league and with their fans. If what you created only appeals to you, you have failed in your objective.
      A graphic designer can't afford to be locked into a ''style.'' You need to be a chameleon and work within the style that best suits your clients' objectives.
      Last edited by PrintDriver; 07-06-2017, 09:42 AM.

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