Diagonals make our brains think of change, or moving from one state to another. We’re used to seeing diagonals in graphs, so the direction’s meaning sticks with us. ⠀
About 90% of the information our brains receive is through sight. We process visuals more quickly than any of our other senses.
Here’s a quick neuromarketing takeaway to create attention-grabbing photographs. Try to include movement or mirroring.
Book review of Live Beautiful by Athena Calderone.
House tour photography: Roomy Home UK Design: McCann Moore Architects, Belfast & Dublin House size: 3000 sq feet, 280sqm Where: Northern Ireland Ground floor: entrance hall, cloakroom, boot room, sitting room, study/playroom, open plan kitchen/living/dining, rear hall, utility room. First floor: gallery landing, master suite with dressing room, ensuite guest …
Should businesses even plan spaces with Instagram in mind? Is it possible to create commercial spaces that are Instagrammable, yet keep their authenticity and grace?
Book review of Blooms: Contemporary Floral Design by Phaidon.
Book review of Living with Flowers by Rowan Blossom – blooms and bouquets for the home