Too much text in the design.
User can focus on what you try to communicate with them.
Too many lines of text .
Think of it as approximately 2 or 3 tweets put together.
Makes the design look busier and doesn’t look very professional.
To achieve balance and yet variation of your design.
You cannot just mix and match everything.
Use colors that aid and improve the readability of the content.
You don’t have every object filling everything.
Free space, negative space is actually a great thing in the design.
There’s really no purpose and direction. Things are just space apart.
There’s a certain order and a balance.
Use colors that are contrasting shades and levels of saturation.
It does not achieve a good balance of contrast.
When you scale things, you want to actually emphasize.
Through scaling, you can actually gear and also achieve a certain focal point with your audience.
The blue text over the busy background created a very hard-to-read text.
This example is easy to read and focus on the text that’s been shown to you.
The fonts here don't correlate with the image behind it.
The image is driving the usage of the font which created a harmony.
The line break does not have a purpose here.
You have a short paragraph and a header. There is a separation between them.
It’s okay to scale the image down but never scale them up.
You can stretch vectors and size them and will never lose the resolution.
When you’re creating content for digital and for print, you don’t have to have perfect symmetry.
You can achieve balance without making things symmetrical.
Too many objects and shapes which over emphasized things.
The text supplementing icon which created a nice balance.
The color and fonts are not balanced with the rest.
Everything is balanced: the colors, the orientation, the use of the fonts.
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