Design, Live Life with Plan

Design, Live Life with Plan

A design is a plan of future or specification for the construction of life or an object or system or for the implementation of an activity or process or elements of life. There are too much “OR”!!

Lets focus again…

Design helps understand your capacity, helps you to visualise yourself the way you expect from yourself and motivate you to achieve your own visual expectation.

Having a design means you are intended to show progress toward it. Design can be modified and re-modified to get the most enhanced and favourable version of it.

No design means you’re wasting each and every day for nothing. Design can be modified at each level of every phase of life, dream home, interiors, important examination, etc. Hope you are getting it!!

Stop leaving a day just for a day. Have a design for anything and everything to avoid surprises from time/life.

Below are some factor I think of and consider in designing my life (Planning my life, more specifically designing one self)

Contrast refers to how different phases or elements are in a design, particularly adjacent phases/elements. These differences make various levels of design stand out. No point of having Design like a straight line, Design should have highs and lows ups and downs. (I mean there’s always scope for ups and down correct! that’s life)

Balance Every element of a design— peoples, relations, colours, images, shapes, patterns, etc.—carries a visual weight leading to memorable memories. Some elements are heavy and draw the eye, while other elements are lighter. (You know! like dont over do/think anything)

Emphasis deals with the parts of a design that are meant to stand out. In most cases, this means the most important information the design is meant to convey. ( It’s not that everything should have a meaning,try to have one. Might save you some time)

Proportion is one of the easier design principles to understand. Simply put, it’s the importance and beauty of relation with different rolls to one another. Proportion signals what’s important in a design and what isn’t. Differentiating positivity and negativity. (Considering what you really want, you know that really mean to you. Stay away from unwanted stuffs!!)

Hierarchy directly relates to how well one can enjoy life, utilise time, process beautiful memories  in every phase of Design or during Design completion. It refers to the importance of elements within a design. The most important elements should appear to be the most important. (Priorities you wants, your wishes, relations, career goals)

Rhythm:The spaces between repeating elements can cause a sense of rhythm to form, similar to the way the space between notes in a musical composition creates a rhythm. There are five basic types of rhythm that designers can create: random, regular, alternating, flowing, and progressive. ( Live your life like a your favorite song. Multiple favorite songs!)

Movement refers to the way life/eye/thought travels over a design. The most important element should lead to the next most important and so on. This is done through positioning (the eye naturally falls on certain areas of a design first), emphasis, and other design elements already mentioned. (Think before speaking, speaking after thinking from Heart)

Variety in design is used to create visual interest while passing over levels of design. Without variety, a design can very quickly become monotonous, causing the user to lose interest. ( Plan for changes, one can easily get bored with same flow)

Unity refers to how well the elements of a design work together. ( Now it’s time unity everything and act on it, only then it’s going to mean something to you or its a waste again)


“Dream your design. Design your dream. Make it worth it.”