Minimalist design is not easy when you need to supply information. To be honest, it's not an easy design philosophy to get 'right' full stop.Thanks, so I guess I'll have to work on the whole design again
Thanks for the advice, can you recommend any material that'll provide more knowledge on minimalist designMinimalist design is not easy when you need to supply information. To be honest, it's not an easy design philosophy to get 'right' full stop.
Basically start by working out what you would expect on a flyer, then reduce it down to the essentials. When you've done that you can then look at the actual layout.
Also remember minimalism doesn't mean it's void of character or being simple in it's design, it's more about (imo) layout, structure, hierarchy etc having their design principles refined down to their purest forms and presented in a way that makes them the focus of the design as much as, if not more, than everything else around them.
Researching it online isn't easy either, a lot of things seem to have used 'minimalist' to describe templates etc but they're not actually minimalist so it really muddles the water when doing research.
Other than a book that I have that is imo a good example of minimalist design (minimum by John Pawson), both content and the book design, I can't really think of anything off the top of my head I'm afraid.Thanks for the advice, can you recommend any material that'll provide more knowledge on minimalist design
Um... it doesn't say minimalist to me, however it is a much better design overall, maybe just needs to tweak the placement and choice of font to suit the knife and fork which are imo more art deco in styling.How'd this do?
Along that sort of line, you might need to tweak it a little to get it right but that's basically the idea I was suggesting.Like this?