Tag Archives: Minimalist Design

20+ Times Designers Proved That Less Is More

There’s nothing better than a simple minimalist design that brings you a clean, free feeling.  But attaining this minimalist aesthetic is not as easy, sometimes designers need to put a lot of effort and thinking into their designs to make the result look as simple as they do. This list compiled by Bored Panda proves just that, and it’s an inspiration to all of us what a good product looks like. From a genius minimalist business cards to creative book covers, this list proves that you don’t need anything extra to create a good design!

Scroll down to check out the list for yourself! (h/t)

#1 This Business Card Shows All Contact Info Using Only An Email Address

Image source: HeyBuddy_

#2 Awesome Beer Cans Show The Pantone Color Of The Brew That’s Inside

Image source: txaber.net

#3 The Cover Of 1984

Image source: Adronauts Berlin

#4 This LED Clock

Image source: kibardindesign.com

#5 Really Smart And Also Minimalist Design

Image source: Ozyman_Diaz

#6 Simple And Clever Milk Branding Concept That Features A UFO Space Ship Lid

Image source: Kan Salt, Marcel Sheishenov and I-Media Creative Bureau

#7 Pop-Outlet

Image source: thisiswhyimbroke.com

#8 Cover Illustrations For Each Harry Potter Book

Image source: Kincső Nagy

#9 Oddly Satisfying Knife Set From Delgon

#10 A Silly Light

Image source: Kosho Tsuboi

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SCANDINAVIAN DESIGN VS. MINIMALIST DESIGN: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

Navigating design terms can be as confusing as assembling a home entertainment system by hand. But to plan interior design that suits your highly specific, oh-so-original tastes and home, you need the language to talk about the nuances of certain styles.

If all you know about minimalist and Scandinavian design is that IKEA sells a lot of it, let us hand you the metaphorical power drill. Here’s everything you need to know about the two aesthetics.

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