Our expertise will provide you with spectacularly designed mood boards that will captivate the imagination of your viewers and direct their perspectives to the desired space. The visual impact of our mood boards is enhanced by intuitive message delivery aimed at engaging the perceptions of observers and inviting robust participation.
A mood board is like a collage containing a variety of images, text, and other objects that define your brand and communicate your brand identity. It can even work as a guide in developing a business project, such as a website. Whether you're just launching your business or rethinking your existing brand, a mood board is a,
valuable tool, for : Inspiration. If you're still in the process of working out your brand identity, a mood board will help bring things into focus, like company attributes, vision, identity, and the emotions you want your brand to convey.
Affirmation: If you're already sure of who you are, a mood board will affirm and support your brand identity. It will also help you translate concepts like culture and values into tangible things, like design.
Guidance : A mood board that accurately reflects your brand can act as a guide to keep you focused on your brand identity when creating your logo, business cards, website, or other marketing materials.
Communication : A mood board ensures that your designer, company principals and stakeholders understands your brand and your vision right from the start.
The process of creating your mood board doesn't have to be complicated. Whether you choose to pull images from the Internet and assemble them online, or grab some foam board, Elmer's glue, and a stack of magazines is completely up to you.
The physical mood board experiment begins withselection and a thorough examination of punk-relatedmagazines. Any relevant images are selected, cut andarranged on an A5 size foam board. A large image isallocated in the central position as the main focus withsubsequent smaller images surrounding it. Severalpunk fashion accessories are also being collected tomake use of all possible combinations of media. Afterall resources are arranged on the board, a reflectionperiod takes place
The reflection period is an integral stage for thesuccess of mood board development and it is at thispoint that the board is analysed over a long period of time. The continuing process of searching for relevantmaterial was not halted (nor was it at any point) todetermine whether any new resources could beincluded or be used to replace existing media. Duringthis reflection period, the images were analysed, theirrelevance discussed and it was decided that moredevelopment was necessary.
With advances in design software, it is importantto compare the digital design process with that of thephysical domain. It was predicted that the processwould be similar but take significantly less time andthis was revealed to be true. Prior to this project, andthe commencement of the physical mood board, littleinformation was known on the topic of mood boards.But having analysed the design process in depth andsuccessfully completed the physical board, experiencehas been gained which has been applied to creating thedigital board. This cannot be denied and must beaccounted for when discussing the digital board designprocess
The iterative process described in the developmentof the physical mood board was not as evident whencreating the digital board due to the vast choice of images offered by the digital library. Once images wereselected for inclusion on the board, confidence washigh that they were the most appropriate so thecontinuous search for new material became futile.An obvious advantage of using a graphics packageto create a mood board is the availability of editingtools such as blurring, filling and fading.
Performing an online image search and compiling a digital mood board is easier than ever with the availability of some pretty cool online sites:
Pinterest: Pinterest is a popular online service that allows you to pull images from "pinboards" that have been curated by others. What's great about Pinterest is that the collections are already organized for you, making it easier to find and choose images you like.
Moodstream: Brought to you from your friends at Getty Images, Moodstream allows you to adjust settings for image search with idea-generation and mood board assisting tools. Detailed filters–like orientation, location, image style—allow you to narrow down choices and cut down on time spent weeding out imagery you're not interested in.
Moodboard and Mooboard Lite: Moodboard helps you organize, create and share multi-user collaborative mood boards on your iPad for just $9.99. Handy tools enable photo editing, pdf and png export and the ability to organize multiple boards. Moodboard Lite is the free version, offering all the same convenient tools as the paid version, but limited to just one board.
Sampleboard: This digital mood board creation tool lets you upload your images and organize them into project files that can be shared on social media or imported into documents. Intuitive and easy to use, it's a great way to get professional results that can be easily shared with others.
If you're interested in design, chances are you're always looking for inspiration.A mood board (or inspiration board) is a physical or digital collage of ideas that's commonly used in fields like interior design, fashion, and graphic design. It can include just about anything — photography, designs or illustrations, color palettes, textures, descriptive words — anything that helps you define the direction of your project.
Starting the design process with a mood board is a good idea for two reasons:
Are you ready to create your mood board now? Here are a few tips left to help you along the way: