In Franco Bertoni’s book titled Minimalist Architecture he describes the concept saying it aspires “to strip everything down to its essential quality and achieve simplicity.”
Modern minimalist architecture is often characterized with white elements, open spaces, and minimal use of objects and furniture.
All of this chases that goal of simplicity.
We have the same goal at TruScribe.
Our hand-drawn whiteboard videos take advantage of contrast with black markers on the white background, and we usually limit color choices to a singular accent.
Our infographics compress high-level information into an easy to digest package.
Even our live graphic recording seeks to squeeze an entire speech into easy to follow, memorable imagery.
Simple, minimalist design is more than just a trend.
In today’s noisy and distracting world, your audience appreciates it when your content quickly gets to the point.
So I’ll keep this brief.
While algorithms and automated content evaluators might look for SEO friendly, dense, and text-heavy articles, minimalist design says people enjoy something that’s simple.
Let us know if it worked!