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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!

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#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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The color of your front door might be down to trends or fashion, but it can reveal a lot about your personality, new research reveals.

London estate agent Marsh & Parsons has teamed up with international color consultancy, Pantone, to carry out research on what your choice of front door color can suggest about the type of person you are.


According to the study, many people prefer their front door in black, white, gray, and navy. But what is the significance in terms of the owner’s personality? Laurie Pressman, vice president of the Pantone Color Institute, reveals all:

Black (or Black Onyx as we refer to it internally) is elegant, powerful, and prestigious,” she says.

“Indeed, it is imposing, sleek and chic. White is simple, crisp and pristine and often favored by those going for a minimalist look. Gray is timeless and classic, so doesn’t run the risk of going out of fashion.

“Navy is authoritative and trustworthy, while Green is calm, quiet and soothing. Red is quite the opposite. Instantly recognized as offering good cheer, a front door in True Red is more likely to be preferred by commanding, dynamic and engaging individuals.

“Purple suggests those with a penchant for the dramatic, Minion Yellow is warm and welcoming conveying a sense of optimism and uplift. Pink Lavender is youthful and spirited while opting for a natural stain is rustic and comforting.”

Front door color meanings

Black: elegant, powerful, and prestigious

White: simple, crisp, and pristine

Gray: timeless and classic

Navy: authoritative and trustworthy

Green: calm, quiet, and soothing

Red: commanding, dynamic, and engaging

Purple: dramatic

Yellow: warm, welcoming, and optimistic

Pink Lavender: youthful and spirited

Natural stain: rustic and comforting

“You can’t be scientific about people’s choice of color but clearly someone who chooses black … is probably inclined toward an imposing first impression that suggests power and prestige,” said Alex Lyle, sales director of Marsh & Parsons.

“But someone who paints their front door a vibrant pink or yellow is making a statement that life should be fun.

“We would not suggest that a particularly outlandish color might affect a sale, but psychologically, people might subconsciously be more attracted to a house which reflects their own personality.”


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Pantone Just Released Their Fall 2018 Color Trend Report

Fashion week, the sartorial check-in that takes over New York twice a year — or four times if you count Resort and Pre-Fall — serves to introduce the reigning trend forecast for the year ahead, from silhouettes to new faces. Though ostensibly about clothing, it influences every sphere of design. And when it comes to color trends to watch, no one runway show can touch the benchmark reports released each fashion week by the color authority Pantone.


Pantone, which earlier this year announced Ultraviolet as the color of 2018, has analyzed emerging trends and assembled an authoritative list of chic new hues to watch as we approach Fall ’18. Spoiler alert: they are all majorly fab, and decidedly outspoken. Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute, notes, “As designers and consumers alike continue to transition away from cyclical trends, and instead focus on self-expressive colors that evade antiquated seasonal structure, we are seeing very notable non-traditional choices.”

Below, Pantone’s avant-garde picks for Fall 2018, which an Institute press release categorize as, “Autumnal hues that evoke the feeling of leaves on the forest floor, rich plumage and twilight reveal a modern fall palette of deep and rich tones with outbursts of colorful surprise.”

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