686 MB | Software used: Illustrator
In the world of social media, blogs, networks, tweets, chirps and posts, graphic icons and badges are everywhere. Have you ever wanted to design your own set of icons or badges to contribute to this visual internet wonderland? If so, you’ve come to the right place.
We’ll focus on honing in on an idea, refining and crafting the details of a central concept before moving on to sketching. Then I’ll dive into my process and show you a ton of tips and tricks for using basic geometric shapes in Illustrator to craft complex visuals in a minimal amount of space. We’ll work through color palettes, details and consistency. You will complete a set of graphics that are both cohesive and individual.
What You’ll Learn
Building Ideas. We will begin exploring ideas for what you want to execute in your final project. I will share my brainstorming process with you and you will work on developing your own ideas.
Building Consistency. We will cover basic theories of graphic design for building visual consistency, including shape, geometry, and color.
Building a Series. We will discuss how to create a balance of unity and variety within your badges.
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