Why “good/bad” design guides aren’t always good for: color theory

November 6, 2020

Design is not a one-size-fits-all solution.

Something you can find on Instagram or design blogs across the web are examples of the “right” and “wrong” way to design. They’re typically identified with a red “x” and a green check-mark. While, yes, there are tested and proven patterns that often perform better than others, it can still be overly simplistic to tell product designers (especially young designers) “here’s the only correct way to layout a form, a card, use color or typography” etcetera...

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