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I can only tell you what worked for me. Get a copy of The Non-Designer's Design Book (http://www.amazon.com/Non-Designers-Design-Book-Robin-Willia...) to learn the basics. Then practice, practice, practice. Design something, then try to figure out what you don't like about it. Use the concepts from the book to describe how it falls short. Throw it away and try again with something else. Eventually it'll just start coming naturally, much like programming did once upon a time.



a good book advice plus a nice smile on my face... thanks!




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