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How to add texture to your design

How to add dimension and texture to your design

Distinctive designs tend to be elevated with visually tactile texture. Here’s how to raise the stakes of your design by upping its dimensionality.

Adding a touch of texture can turn an “almost there” design into something that feels, well —complete. In Projector, adding a final dimension is easy to do.

Do-it-all designer Justine Kelly shares her go-to tips for how to make any asset feel more interesting and considered. She uses the Noise Effect, manipulates photography, and adds iconographic + typographic details to lock in everything.

Whether you’re looking to advance your desk skills or you just like playing around with imagery and text, here’s how you can do the same thing:

Ready to design something of your own? Sign up for Projector and start creating (it’s free!).

Broadcasts from the deep, wild space of creativity.

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