Keep It Simple
“Good cartooning is basically good design. A cartoon character who looks good to you is a cartoon character who has been designed properly. You have to place things within your four panels so that you can break up the areas into nice shapes. I have discovered that, because of the type of humor in Charlie Brown, the drawings must remain simple—very simple. And I rarely do any backgrounds. Keeping it all very simple is the key here.” —Charles M. Schulz, creator of the Peanuts comic strip
Einstein said that the highest form of intellect is Simple.
In order for you to create Simple in your business, you have to deconstruct it piece by piece and strategically weave intellect into every process and system.
When you look at a clean landing page, it wasn’t flung together overnight. An effective page that has a higher close rate than another has been stripped down to its most effective Simple.
In turmoil and difficult times, the things that people gravitate toward will be Simple.
This has to be designed and developed into what you do. If there are too many hoops to jump through, the deals, dollars, and customers will go find someone who has more Simple in their system.
Use only what's necessary. It’s that simple.
(photo via yillaib photo )
Posted on July 18, 2016
by Tim & Tommy filed under