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The Day I Was BornJuly 8th, 1996
I was born in Damascus city capital of Syria and I stayed until now, I grew up in a small house filled with tenderness by my parents who taught me the values, ethics, love of others and kindness to the young and the elder. Those who want to live should not despair, no matter how hard the world is.
Graduate From Middle SchoolJune 19th, 2011
On this day i graduated from middle School Happy , it was all my passion that i will spend my time playing video games but i did not expect that i will become someone else in the Future..
Graduate From High SchoolJune 24th, 2015
On This day i graduated from high school and i moved on to a completely different stage the university life that changed my life ,my way of thinking and my Future...
University LifeMay 20th, 2014
When I entered the university in the field of software engineering I loved it but when i started to take classes about web design in youtube and enter the world of web design i felt that i belong to web design and became passionate about all kinds of designs and started from the rules of academic design and web basics and started unfortunately to neglecting the university because of my passion for web domain but I am satisfied About myself, I have now come to look forward to more experience
Moved To UAE - DubaiSeptember 20th, 2019
I travel to UAE to work and gain more experience .
First Job in UAEOctober 1th, 2019
Start Working at Datacell Company in Dubai as web Designer
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... COLOR THEORY ...
... COLOR THEORY ... Often all of us are disguised as the primary and secondary colors 🔴Primary Color: Red - Yellow - Blue 🔴Secondary Color: Orang - Green - Purple Of course the secondary colors are produced by the main colors Red + Yellow = Orange Yellow + Blue = Green Blue + Red = Purple Combining the main colors with the secondary produces sub-colors They are all colors and result in their integration together with what is called 🔴Color wheel We have to talk about some of the terms of what follows our lives realistic but it is necessary to know even better understand the theory of colors. For them 🔴Hue - Saturation - Value .Hue is exactly the color sense. .Saturation is the degree of saturation. In other words, the color is bright or faded. .Value is the color tone that controls either bold or light. The color reaches black or white. How can we combine terminology to produce a professional color scheme? We have some formulas based on Color Harmony All we need is the color wheel. 1. MONOCHROMATIC Of course it is the easiest format because it only uses one color or only use one hue Here you use your knowledge to control the 3 terms we talked about above. To produce a lighter and darker color in one color The best thing about it is that it's often guaranteed to match the colors because of taking one color and taking its degrees. 2. Analogous It is a formula that selects the 3 colors side by side with the color wheel Match Colors next to each other It is very common that you change the values to produce your own . 3. Complementary They take colors corresponding to each other in a wheel of colors. Like Blue and orange Red and Green You can control Darker and Lighter colors to match. 4. Split Complementary They are 3 colors in the form of an equilateral triangle Each head is a color. Its usefulness gives it the same degree of contrast And the result is so sweet 5. Tetradic The colors are rectangular in each head color. Complementary color It is a very good formula if one color is kept in control and the other colors are light. Sometimes all you have to do is control the values darker and lighter and vary to match the design beautifully. The most important factor of design and color selection is Readabilty Readability Sometimes the noise of colors is wrong. Do not use colors in every detail. Use application on your computer to correct the halsig that will benefit you a lot or Online Tools .. 🔴Article By Khaled Oghli🔴
.. TYPOGRAPHY ..
What’s typography? Typography is something bigger than just a design technique. A Canadian typographer, Robert Bringhurst, in his book The Elements of Typographic Style defines typography as the craft of endowing human language with a durable visual form. In addition, typography transforms language into a decorative visual element. Typography has a much longer history than the design or the Internet itself. First, it appeared approximately in the 11-12 centuries when people invented movable type system. A real typography revolution started after the Gutenberg Bible, the first major book printed via movable metal type, which marked the beginning of the age of the printed book in the West. The style of type used in Gutenberg Bible is now known as Textualis (Textura) and Schwabacher. Nowadays, it is more than just copy printing and organization. Commonly, typography is defined as the art and science of font style, appearance, and structure which aims at delivering the aesthetic and easily readable copy to readers. Not that long ago, it was a specialized study for editorial office workers but now the science is applied in different spheres and plays a significant role in design. The role of typography in design Can you think of at least one example of web or mobile design without copy elements? It’s difficult, right? Still, just a presence of copy in the interface is not enough for effective UI and positive UX. Copy and its appearance should be well-thought otherwise it may spoil the design. There are designers who ignore typography studies because they think it’s too difficult to understand so it isn’t worth spending much time. However, typograp part of the effective design. Let’s see why. People got used to receiving the majority of information in text form and designers need to make this process easy and productive. The basic knowledge of typography can help to comprehend the peculiarities of font visual presentation and its influence on users perception. The effective copy is a key to the powerful design. Its effectiveness depends not only on its content but also on how it is presented. Font size, width, color, and text structure – all of that matter. Designers can transfer certain mood or message by choosing appropriate fonts and the ways of their presentation. This way typography helps design to communicate with people. Visual performance and readability of copy in digital products have t user experience. If fonts are badly legible, people can face problems with navigation or even worse can’t use it at all. Today poor user experience in digital products is unforgiven since users can easily find the better alternative. In addition, bad typography significantly affects the first impression because even when users don’t read copy, they scan it. In case fonts look inappropriate people may not want to learn about your offer or use your product. Mean line and baseline Typically, type characters are placed in a straight line creating a neat visual presentation. Main tools assisting designers in the process are mean line and baseline. The first marks the top and the other bottom of a character body. Such lines allow creating fonts even. Of course, the lines are invisible in interfaces after designers finish their work.typography1.png"> Character measurement (size, weight, and height) To separate different types of information and highlight the vital points, designers apply fonts in different weight and size. The type weight is a measurement of how thick type character is. The sizes are usually measured in inches, millimeters, or pixels. The height of the character is also called “x-height” because the body of every character in one size is based on the letter “x”. This approach makes them look even. It’s easy to segregate copy elements such as heading, sub-heading and body copy by varying these parameters. White space White space, also known as negative space, is the area between elements in a design composition. Readers aren’t usually aware of the great role of the space, but designers pay a lot of attention to it. In case the white space is not balanced, copy will be hard to read. That’s why negative space matters as much as any other typography element.> Alignment Creating effective typography is not that easy and it includes many processes. For example, alignment is an action of placing and justifying text. During the stage, designers aim at transforming randomly placed pieces of text into one unified composition.> Kerning Kerning is a bit similar to tracking still they aren’t the same. Tracking means is spacing between all the characters of font while kerning is the process of adjusting the space between two type characters. It is usually applied for individual cases when a designer decides to change the spacing between two specific letters to make it feel more natural.Leading Leading is the spacing between the baselines of copy. The appropriate leading helps readers easily go from one text line to another and makes big pieces of text legible. In design, the standard leading is 120% the point size of the font still it can vary according to the typeface peculiarities.