Modular Design: The Complete Primer for Beginners
There are a lot of block and card style designs out there right now. For designers, they are both trendy and functional. The look is streamlined and simple and in terms of website design, works great in responsive frameworks.
The root of this design trend is modular design. And regardless of what you think, it’s not new. Modular design is rooted deep in design theory and has been used by a number of designers for a long time. Today we’re delving into the background, and practical applications, of modular design!
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What Is Modular Design?
Don’t let the big ideas behind a modular design outline scare you. Getting started with modular design is just like using any other grid or framework. Sketch it out, develop a plan and start designing.
The benefits of modular design are clear space and organization, a grid that works in almost any style and ease of use for digital projects. It’s steadily becoming a more popular option all the time for a reason. It works. Now go out and try your hand at a project with a modular style.