Template Tuesday: How I use the Mood Board template to organize my creativity
As someone who derives creativity from the work of others, it can be burdensome having separate tabs open to keep track of all my different sources of inspiration. Graphic Design has been a hobby of mine for a couple of years now, and I'm always looking for new ideas to spur my creativity and influence my designs. The Mood Board template makes it simple to gather and group all the types of media I use for inspiration in one place.
The Mood Board template can be found here:
The template is divided into six default areas: photos, colors and textures, graphic styles, art, font/type, and other inspiration. These areas are great starting points, but you can easily add more areas or change existing ones to suit your needs. I use my mood board to collect links to art from Behance and Dribbble, fonts from Adobe and Google, and color palettes from Colorhunt and Coolors. The mood board template helps me visually organize my ideas in one place and allows others to collaborate with me during my creative process. Where do you go for creative inspiration? Share your mood boards or links to artistic resources below!