There’s no doubt that designing mood boards is my favorite part of any project. From branding to web design, it’s the perfect way to turn ideas into visual elements and have a clear idea of what the client wants, making sure we are on the same page at all times.
It’s also truly helpful for other phases of the design process, as it reminds you of the aesthetic you had in mind before creating all the elements of a project.
A few months ago I published my first class on Skillshare. If you are not familiar with this platform, let me tell you all about it. Skillshare is an online learning community where you can find classes about everything – design, decor, DIY projects and even cooking lessons.
It’s a great place where you can share and learn something new each day, all about community and sharing knowledge. My first class is about how to design a mood board in only a few steps.
Since it has been a few months since it was created, I couldn’t wait to go back and update it and add more lessons that could make the process even easier.
Designing a mood board is more than just putting pictures and colors together. It’s about a creative process that can help you kickstart any project you have, whether that’s a personal idea or for a client.
In this class, I cover all the basics – from describing what a mood board is, to the steps you need to follow and how to make sure you have the right images to convey your vision.
Sounds interesting? Then click here to find more about it and enroll!