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Designers Who Chose to Go Minimalistic and Were Proven Right

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Designing a product can be one of the most challenging things that a designer comes across. There are millions of the same products out in the market and something needs to be extremely innovative and new in order to make people want to buy it. This is the harder part in a designer’s work, since they have to be aware of everything else that already exists and come up with a plan that is going to create a splash. Luckily, there are some pretty amazing designers out there whose brains never stop operating in a creative frenzy.

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#1

reddit

A minimalistic business card that explains everything with very few words.

#2

txaber

Explaining the beer color using Pantone’s hues.

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#3

behance

An eyecatching book cover that will catch attention to itself.

#4

behance

An innovative milk bottle design that we wish we will see soon in the market.

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#5

miyaz

Everybody has limited kitchen space and this selection of different sized knifes is going to be extremely helpful.

#6

100per

Isn’t it annoying when you buy a single light bulb and it’s the wrong size?

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#7

reddit

A watch that shows you only what you really want to know.

#8

focus-creation

You wants their BBQ being in the middle of the garden?

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#9

coolmaterial

The coolest cards you will ever play with.

#10

austincreativedepartment

A book that allows you to light a match.

#11

reddit

Your jobs becomes a lot easier in keeping what you want separated from what you will leave at the shop.

#12

victorvasilev

Being innovative is the key to creating a product that everyone will want to own and will make them lift their eyebrows in awe. It may seem hard when you first think about it, but all you need to do is trust yourself and your creative thinking.

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