|List some things you dislike seeing in design.
Cliche, of course. Following trends is fine, that's why we have trends, but when something is literally EVERYWHERE, it's time to move on. You really can have too much of a good thing. I also personally dislike seeing clothing designs that blatantly disregard the female form. Clothing that makes the female form look ugly isn't "cutting edge," it's just ugly. You have to take into account your audience, who you want to wear your clothes, when you are designing.
Pandering to shallow corporate interpretations of profound ideas.
when it is not functional
This one is tough. I would say the over use of color, and logos that look as if they are adorned with toenail clippings.
Carelessness and a lack of typographic fundamentals,
... poor design ...
predictability. sometimes, I also trapped in this syndrome.
I am always amazed that things like legibility of type is still an issue from packaging and shelf signage to billboards and YouTube adverts. I hate to see any company get a design solution that misses basic marks like being easy to read at an appropriate distance for the medium.
The font style Papyrus.
The only thing I don't like is when someone designs something that looks like it was done in MS Word. And then call her/himself a Designer.
when you see some thing that is not original but most likely i like to see it all so i can learn what not to do from others .
Helvetica; Design School's crutch.
and when things are so strange that you can't even understand the utility..
Less then 3 colors
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