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Web-based animation has been dominated by Adobe’s Flash software for as long as most internet users can remember. However, this has changed in recent years with the advent of Microsoft’s Silverlight, a competing animation suite. While Flash is still as prevalent as ever, its younger rival has been able to one-up it in some respects.
Album covers are a great source of fresh inspiration for your graphic design work. Not only are well-designed album covers artistic, but they’re effective at marketing as well.
The best designed album covers:
- Give you a clear representation of what the content will be
- Sell you on the content by looking great itself
In other words, what a great visual design should be.
Think about it: how many times were you intrigued by fantastic artwork, and when you put the music on, it was how you’d imagine it would be like? That was a well-designed album cover at work.
So next time you need a fresh source of inspiration for your design work, take a look at well-designed album covers. And the following list of the 20 best designed album covers will get you started.
Minimalist design is one of the most significant design movements of the 20th century and early 21st century. It isn’t the flashiest, or the most popular, but it arguably penetrated more fields than almost any other art or design trend. Everything from user interfaces, to hardware designs, to cars, to films and games, to the web and visual designs of today – all those fields and more were influenced by minimalism.
Your friends might not know what minimalism is, but chances are they’re currently using or viewing a minimalist design: a modern phone, a clean web or application interface, looking at a slick brochure or other graphically-presented information, sitting in a simple living space on a sleek sofa, and so forth.
Looking to make a big advertising impact in an overpopulated market? Then drop the extra colors, graphics, and lettering. As counterintuitive as it may sound, contemporary advertising companies know that it’s often best to pare content down in order to actually increase an ad’s effectiveness.
Keeping the message of your advertisement straightforward and simple – by pairing a single logo, image, word, or bright hue with a catchy slogan – creates memorable work that is both eye-popping and intriguing.