Any tips for enhancing design and poster finesse, such as using textures and selecting fonts?

Aakash Kikani
10 replies
Hey there! I've come across a lot of designers who use cool techniques and tools to give their work a more polished look. Do you have any tips, favorite texture collections, or specific processes you follow when you're creating designs?


Doplac CRM
With a sprinkle of texture and a carefully chosen font, your poster can transform from plain to captivating. These design elements add depth and personality, guiding the viewer's eye and leaving a lasting impression.
Muzammil Merchant
I personally feel that creating mood boards always helps me design and achieve a certain goal. That being said, I generally love using gradients or neon effects for a dark-themed design. Whereas for a light-themed design, I prefer using pastel colors with minimal elements.
To enhance design and poster finesse, use textures subtly for depth and interest. Select fonts that match your theme and audience—serif for classic, sans-serif for modern, and script for elegance. Ensure fonts are readable and harmonize with your overall design for a cohesive look.
Aakash Kikani
@hamza_afzal_butt That helps! I have been exploring the world of textures for a few days. Do you know any good collection or website that has these textures? Something like Studio2AM which has interesting design resources.
Andreas Sohns
I find textures from Envato helpful for adding depth. When it comes to fonts, pairing contrasting styles can make your design stand out.
Dogan Akbulut
I find textures from Creative Market great for adding depth. For fonts, mixing complementary styles can really make your design pop. Support us on our launch and we will donate tree 🌳 for every support we get.
Gurkaran Singh
When it comes to enhancing design finesse, think of textures as spices for your graphic stew - a pinch here, a sprinkle there can really elevate the flavor! Fonts, on the other hand, are like the outfits your text wears - pick the right style to suit the occasion and watch your design strut its stuff!
Christopher Anderson
For textures, I really like the collections on Freepik and Creative Market - they have a great variety of high-quality textures you can use commercially. When it comes to fonts, less is more! Stick to 2-3 complementary fonts max. Make sure you have a clear hierarchy with headers, subheaders, body text, etc. Tools like FontPair can help you find font combos that work well together. The key is to keep things clean and consistent throughout your design. Hope this helps!