Preferred style of Visual Design: Listing Solutions

One of the most common and preferred style of visual design is to present the content as a list. Typically, list templates consist of simple designs that facilitate faster and easier grasping of information. However, a list need not be a simple bullet or numeric list every time. A visual analogy works best to break the monotony of a list and present the same content in a visually appealing way. However, a list should not be too elaborate. It negates the key feature of a list template – its simplicity. Let’s explore one such template that uses the visual analogy of a key to present a list.


This template includes an image of a key in addition to three text boxes. Typically, we associate a key with solutions, results, output, etc. Hence, this template can be effectively used to list:

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