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How To Design A Twitter Header In Under An Hour
Creating A Great Twitter Header Shouldn't Take Weeks
Hi there 👋 I'm Michelle and welcome to Edition 71 of Design Insight. A weekly newsletter for creatives with a focus on design.
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What a week it's been! Design Twitter came alive this past week (for good and bad) to talk about Adobe's acquisition of Figma.
My immediate thought was one of concern over the thought of Figma being absorbed into the giant monolith that is Adobe Creative Cloud.
I've spent the last week reading articles and listening to podcasts discussing this news and I've resigned myself to the following mindset: I'm going to keep using Figma until it doesn't suit me anymore, then, if needs be, I'll find an alternative.
Whatever your take on this is, it will be interesting to see how it all plays out down the line. I’ll try to be optimistic :)
Let's get started.
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Creating A Great Twitter Header Shouldn't Take Weeks. Here's How To Design One In Under An Hour
The article in 3 ideas:
Most people don't use their Twitter header to its fullest potential because they think designing a proper one takes a lot of time and money. In reality, you can design a great Twitter header in under an hour with the right process.
Having 1 clear goal for your Twitter header is crucial. This ensures your design is simple and focused.
Your Twitter profile looks different on mobile than on desktop so it's important to account for this in your testing to make sure everything looks OK.
How I learn in Obsidian
The video in 3 ideas:
Tags are a great way to identify/categorize notes that are yet to be processed.
Add Parent, Sibling, Children links between notes to help you think about hierarchy and how things are linked together.
Use Excalidraw to create visuals that solidify your knowledge of the topic you’re learning.
My Favorite Copywriting Formula
The article in 3 ideas:
A copywriting formula you can use for writing engaging copy is: problem, agitate, intrigue, positive future, solution.
People ultimately want solutions to their problems. If you resonate with them based on the problem you’ve highlighted they are more likely to continue reading to find the solution.
It’s important to show the reader a glimpse of a positive future if they were to follow or adopt your proposed solution - highlight the benefits.
🔨 2 Tools/Resources
Free SVG icon pack made especially for gradient lovers.
A perfectly rounded icon library made for designers, developers, and pretty much everyone
🎨 1 Design Tip
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