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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Use Geometric Concepts to Create Alaska Web Designs

The Alaska Web Design Company, NorthWest Data Solutions has an "Incubator Program." The Incubator Program is the project that NorthWest Data Solutions has for stimulating Alaska business development. When it comes down to the design of this program; it should be something that has a visual of strong, solid, and attractive design.

First, I searched for what the design trend is and came up with geometric design that fits my perspective project.

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I used Adobe Illustrator to create this design since my requirement needs to have geometric shapes. I started with several triangle shapes in black color, then moved them around until I got an interesting look. (By creating several objects in same size I hold alt key when drag the object from one spot to another. Or I can click duplicate layer on the right corner layer panel.)

From here, I added color to give some character to them. I usually use COLOURlovers site to pick out the one I like. After I had my starting color, I'd copy hexa number of the color then paste on ColorHexa in order to get different shade and tone. Also add more dimension to the design by adjusting opacity of some shapes. 

Next, it needed to have some text to show what this graphic is about. Moved text around to make it readable, stand out and get along with the whole design. Lastly, I added two lines to draw the audience's eyes to get more information for this project.

Idea Incubator Program for Anchorage Alaska Businesses
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About NWDS - founded in 2003 by six software engineers, NorthWest Data Solutions (NWDS) provides custom computer programming and systems design services. NWDS creates many types of software, including e-commerce, financial, defense, engineering, logistics, aviation and more. www.nwds-ak.com

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