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Apply Design Principles to Your Presentation

In order to create a beautiful presentation, you need to have certain visual elements work together so you can show the “big picture” to your intended audience.   135 more words

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"Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design"*...

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Although not anyone can be a designer, everyone who wants to can learn the elements of visual design: contrast, transparency, hierarchy, randomness, and so on.

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Social Media/Good Design

Industrial designer Dieter Rams puts forward certain principles in design.

These can be applied to social media.

Innovative: evolving with technology but technology can not be an end in itself. 164 more words

Single Responsibility Principle in C# - SOLID Design Principles

Overview

In our introduction to the SOLID Design Principles, we mentioned the Single Responsibility Principle as one of the five principles specified. In this post we are going to dive into this design principle with a very simple example in C#. 1,224 more words

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Open-Closed Principle in C# - SOLID Design Principles

Overview

In our introduction to the SOLID Design Principles, we mentioned the Open-Closed Principle as one of the five principles specified. In this post we are going to dive into this design principle and work with a very simple example in C#. 1,269 more words

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Liskov Substitution Principle in C# - SOLID Design Principles

Overview

In our introduction to the SOLID Design Principles, we mentioned the Liskov Substitution Principle as one of the five principles specified. In this post we are going to dive into this design principle and work with a very simple example in C#. 1,627 more words

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Interface Segregation Principle in C# - SOLID Design Principles

Overview

In our introduction to the SOLID Design Principles, we mentioned the Interface Segregation Principle as one of the five principles specified. In this post we are going to dive into this design principle with a very simple example in C#. 965 more words

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