When you begin studying graphic design, you probably think that color plays the most important role in contrast. A lot of people immediately think of the stark contrast between white and black. As you gain more skills and become more aware of trends in the design world, though, you will likely notice that some professionals don’t need to use color much when they design with contrast.
Sophisticated approaches to designing with contrast can relying on textures, typefaces, size, and other values. These contrasts often have subconscious effects on people. Your audience might not know why they feel drawn
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