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Course Review: Jack Butcher – Design Fundamentals

How to Visualize Value is brilliant ( ← there’s my honest review! 😎)

I’m learning tonnes about how to present my work online. But the mistakes I’m making shine a light on what truly matters when designing content, & how it so often goes wrong. And we’ve gotta get this right, people: If we wanna move others with our ideas, we’ve gotta nail the presentation (or we lose our audience from the start!)

So, here’s what I’ve learned, so far.

Design Advice Gold From Jack:

📐 OBSESS OVER GRIDS – Alignment is the secret weapon that makes stuff ‘feel designed’

🌆 FILTER IMAGES – Be consistent about the way you treat images, so your style becomes recognisable

🏔 LET CONTENT BREATHE – Space on the page is for framing, not for filling up right to the edge!

🔤 BE PRAGMATIC ABOUT TYPOGRAPHY – Pick a typeface from Google Fonts that comes in many versatile weights (from bold to fine)

⛓ EMBRACE RESTRAINT – Make decisions about colour & presentation now to prevent 1000 distracting decisions down the line → just like with poetic form, constraints force creativity to takeoff 🚀

These insights are 🔥 (& beautifully explained by Jack in spare prose, with crisp images to demo each), but putting these into practice is hard!

Just look at the featured image for this post. ⬆️ (My first experiment in finding coherent style).

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