In the world of fine art and graphic design, rules are often bent, or even broken.
It’s encouraged. Breaking the rules is considered to be edgy, unique, and forward-thinking.
With the career field of graphic design becoming more accessible in recent years, everyone wants a piece of the pie.
Unfortunately, most newcomers to the design profession are unaware of certain graphic design rules — especially the ones they should NEVER break.
By not following these rules, the end result can be a visually jarring design, forcing your target audience to lose trust in your ability or competence.
By having poor graphics, potential customers can view your brand as unworthy of their patronage.
That means you won’t get paid.
To assist you in creating more successful designs, I’ve created a list of the 10 most commonly broken graphic design rules…