Mis-matched colors and a lot of wording
Design should look effortless & acquired. Interior designer Leslie Lundgren uses the term wabi-sabi, which basically means beauty in imperfections or perfectly imperfect. I want to see that a person resides in a space. That amongst its beauty there is something quirky or unexpected that allows me a peek into the resident's inner life. A well designed space shouldn't date, feel like a museum, or feel forced or contrived.
When is not effective
Nothing. I love everything.
cheap colour, off the peg design copies from the magazines
Cluttered, busy, muddy colors. I love fresh, clean, crisp colorful design!
- Overdone trends
- Over the top designs
A design that is fabulous but completely useless for its purpose. It makes you want it because it is beautiful but has so many restrictions due to it's fragility. Sooooo a dog collar that passes itself off as an everyday collar BUT does not allow your dog to swim or roll in fox poo is to me HORRID and a waste of everyones time. Design should fill the brief.
He does not like copying, everyone has their opinion on those things that what you are doing, it's nice when it does one of you, even if someone did it for me so I will not be right, after all it is better to have it by hear.
crowded and confusing
Copies and then copies and then more copies!
a lack of a 'perfectionist' attitude. selling things which are blatantly 'not right'. For example, someone who had the right ides and saw in their minds exactly what they were aiming for, but then the end result being shabby and selling it anyway, knowing it is nothing how it should have been. self-discipline is important, without it you will eventually be renowned by some as a lazy, targetless person