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Tips to Design Perfect Backgrounds

After you selectively choose the variations of colors that match your type of business, and hack the way to deliver the right message through language of colors (Make this the hyperlink for the colors’ related content), so you can successfully place the right impression on your potential customers. From a generic perspective, People tend to get attracted to designs that are simple yet meaningful. However, people also seem like they have diverse taste, so one design can impress most people but not all of them. 

In order to create the effective Spotlight for your business, you need to start to think what your Audiences wanted to see, and no it won’t be done through telepathy. After you have conducted your customer segmentation, you should start to survey some of them about what grasps their attention and curiosity for a design. 

What Is a Background Gradient?

Questions like the perfect color blend. Speaking of that, it turns out that one of the most attractive backgrounds is a hybrid of dark and brightful colors. Irony is what psychologically interests people. However, the antonymic choice of colors will not work if you use linear-gradient; the transition between these two colors will create a spectrum of multiple colors that could be irrelevant, and draws the wrong impression about your startup/vision. Linear gradient is when you choose two or more colors, and their transits are smooth and relevant enough to draw the right impression. 

In addition, What would be the layout orientation? Would it be Portrait or Landscape? What about the texture of the background? It can be either Dynamic or Static. It seems like static has been a trend for a while now, so if you want to express your discreteness, use dynamic. Lets elaborate more. 

Background Definition 

Background Texture. 

Textures also are like colors and fonts. Only difference is that there are two types of textures and everyone gives you a different stimulus. Textures can all be summed up into two types; Tacit or Tangible, and Visual. Tangible is when you are physically able to touch the textures. Like it is a 3-D texture. Practically speaking, if there is an apple business card, and its logo is tacit, you can feel the apple and the missing piece too! Visual implies the stimuli based and relying on your color and Font selection. 


Words like Static and Dynamic could be understood from the academic approach, but what about the artistic perspective? Static in texture are the textures that don't include vividness or any form of movements, and in order to add meaning behind it, a text should be inserted, just like any commercial advertising or else. 


People might say how can dynamic add meaning and perspective to a picture? Well let's say it works just like Mona Lisa. For instance, imagine that you are an architect company. You want something eye catchy, and make people curious. It can be as simple as replacing the Cairo Tower with a skyscraper that has your logo on it. No words, the picture speaks for itself. 

There are so many options that you might or might not be able to decide. So Let's set another example :

    • Mathematics background design

    Hypothetically speaking, you are a math teacher who wants to create a background. Maybe a graph paper as a texture, and a ruler in the design? Too simple, let's add some three dimensional figures like a cylinder. I heard that some people have the impression that math is boring, and I also heard that the Cone figure subconsciously reflects thought elements like “Fun”. Maybe adding a little bit of irony to make people intrigued? Smart. Speaking of intelligence, a Classic-Black-chalk board written on it to the Famous Equation of Relativity, E = mc2 can be added. 

    But it's too cliche, and success is in being variant. Maybe instead of the black board we might show the same equation but in Hologram, so students and parents get the impression of how the technology is integrated in Education. Maybe a Cone as a spotlight hologram that shows the E = mc2 can reflect how fun tutoring can be. What about adding 2D shapes to create one 3D shape? That is what is called Abstract Background. 

    • Abstract Background

    Unlike Vector, Abstract background is a sequence of small figures that can be dots or shapes that endup in creating a bigger shape; a finalized background that can be three dimensional that is made with two dimensional figures. In the end, amateur viewers might have the impression that the background is pixelated even if it is in high resolution. But artistic viewers see it differently. Also, the colors choice could be anything that can be saturated; not too dark, not too bright. If you are segmenting the Artistics, this can be more efficient. 

    • Vector background

    When it comes to the Vector background, it tends to be more complex. Instead of figures, it uses lines and curves, and it can be even more complicated since some pictures rely on Programming Codes and Mathematical Equations. For that, no matter how you change the pictures size, it will usually be hard to see any defect in the quality. These are the backgrounds that are used in any electronic devices with screens like PCs and Mobile phones. Just in case you wondered why the curves are always so smooth no matter How many times you change the resolution. 

    Whatever you have in mind. Tasmimak always got your back through the ultimate flexibility in order to get your desired output.