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Why have you kept a reference of “Keppler’s Vault 50: Kodak Tri-X”?
Hi! This image is among the many I've adored on Pinterest. I don't claim them, but I do celebrate my taste in design.
From discovering the latest design trends to presenting a cohesive brand story, Pinterest has become an indispensable tool for designers worldwide.
Using reference materials, like mood boards and look books, is essential for designers to draw inspiration and conceptualize fresh ideas. The essence of design is not just about making things look good; it's about creating a meaningful experience for users. The most impactful designs resonate deeply with the audience, creating a personal and emotional connection. In design, simplicity is the ultimate sophistication, leading to clarity and user-friendly experiences. Every design choice, from the color palette to the imagery used, either elevates or dilutes the brand's image and message. The most iconic brands are built on compelling stories, values, and a clear vision.
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Today marks the 65th Anniversary of the release of Kodak Tri-X black and white film, in 35mm, 120, and 620 roll film formats. Tri-X was a film that at the tim – This was originally posted on Pinterest. See the original