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The sole idea of Minimalism depicts the use of lesser materialistic articles to satisfy your craving for happiness; however, it’s not as simple as it sounds. It takes immense dedication to let go of things that you love. Nowadays the concept of Minimal Design which is driven by the same methodology is establishing its roots in modern society and getting acknowledged as well. Use of exceptionally limited resources in the design while making it ravishing is a crucial task to master. But some of the world’s leading designers passionately relinquish a new era of designs with this approach.

If you see any contemporary design, it always is stuffed with things that are actually of no use and serve only as a piece of ornamentation. Creating a design while stripping away such articles is the basic rule and it can work wonders if you have an eye to see it. Minimal Design also serves the purpose of functionality brilliantly as navigating through these designs is effortless and they efficiently convey the message. While limiting the use of resources the designer has to keep in mind the basic message that needs to be conveyed and deliver a design that gives justice to it.

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There are some simple rules which need to be followed while embracing the concept.

  1. First and foremost is “Less is more” which literally translate as showing less while conveying more.
  2. Secondly “Use fewer colors”. While most of the designers prefer white over the others, however, using colors to emphasize particular word can be suggested.
  3. The next one is “Content is Important”. Having the crisp content which conveys the message accurately is desirable for a Minimal Design.
  4. “Cut till it Breaks” which can be also established as reducing the unnecessary content to the minimal level.

While these are the basic ones, many have their own array of rules to get a crisper picture of it.  One can follow any of these while keeping in mind the basic idea of minimalism and it will automatically be a part of the design. Sometimes it feels like it’s going to be difficult; however when you start shedding the unnecessary parts, it unlocks a new chest of ideas to work with and by the time you get a hang of it, these designs seem exquisite. Being minimal in itself is appealing than stuffing unwanted merchandises.

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