Join Sue Jenkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Showcase of finished project, part of Moodboards for Web Designers.
- Personally, whenever I start something new, I like to see a sample of what I'm about to learn so that I know where I'm headed from the start. With Moodboards, as long as you follow some general guidelines, how it actually looks is totally up to you, and this is great news, because it affords you the creative freedom to express yourself, while also providing you with an opportunity to flex your design muscles in creating a cohesive, unified work that captures the mood of your project.
In this course, you'll learn how to create six different kinds of Moodboards that range from hands-on techniques using paper, scissors and glue, scraps, objects, and pins, to working with digital apps like Pinterest and software programs like Photoshop and Illustrator to create both casual and organized layouts that really capture the essence of your project's look and feel. Whichever technique you choose to use for your different projects, it's always nice to see examples of them before you begin.
You can then give yourself permission to follow a template or think outside the box to create your own unique expression of a given technique.