A dragon motif, in bright orange on a black background, is applied to a repeat grid. Mirroring and flipping of the original unit on the upper left are activated, thus creating a lovely pattern that is almost abstract.
A dragon motif is applied to a repeat grid. Mirroring and flipping of the original unit on the upper left are activated, thus creating a lovely pattern that is almost abstract. The dragon design proper embeds to repeat grids, for the dragon’s scales and spikes.

Unlock the secrets of repeat grids and patterns

Design Essentials: The art of speedy prototyping

Integrated design flows

Repeat grids are trending as design tools for visualizing multiples of grouped elements. Based on columns and rows, the repeat grid feature takes a single design unit, usually consisting of different elements such as labels, text…

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Eva Schicker

Eva Schicker

Hello. I write about design, UX, UI, animation, entrepreneurship, art and life in NYC. UX lead Lelantos Press, Artist, UX GA grad, top medium design writer.