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Mood board and inspiration board


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This presentation reflects on the mood board and inspiration board which is the foundation of designing process.
Presented by The students of BA Degree in Jewellery Design & Manufacturing Techniques batch 13.

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Mood board and inspiration board

  1. 1. Mood Board
  2. 2. What is a mood board? An arrangement of images, material, pieces of text, etc intended to evoke or project a particular style or a concept. It gives a slight idea of what the final content is.
  3. 3. Ideas to make a mood board Basic conceptTake pictures Text it up Create a mood Choose right format Save the surprise Get tactile Keep it loose Choose a colour scheme
  4. 4. How does a mood board help us? • It establishes a visual and aesthetic feel of the topic. • It gives a link in going forward with a project. • It helps to tackle many issues early. • Translate a concept where words may fail. • Create a picture in the clients head early on and let them see what exactly you are planning.
  5. 5. Few tips for making a mood board: • Use suitable layout. • Not too much details. • One or two pages. • Textures • Photography(relevant images) • Use accent and core palette.
  6. 6. Inspiration board
  7. 7. What is an inspiration board? An Inspiration board is basically a collage of images, words and objects (fabric trims, paint chips, packaging, etc) that a designer has collected and wants to organise and kept a hand on as a reference for a project they are working on.
  8. 8. Difference between a mood board and an inspiration board. • A mood board is the broadest tool used early on to help you determine the most general ideas about look and feel of the content. • It gives a slight idea of your project. • An inspiration board is the next building block of creating your project. • It is basically a reference or inspiration you take for your final project.
  9. 9. Thank you. -By Manali Bandekar Yash Malhotra