FREE Blog Design Tips Printable – Just For You!

When it comes to designing your blog, your mission is to put together the best blog design for you and your readers. What works for one website may be great, but it doesn’t necessarily mean the exact same design details will work for someone else.

It’s best to understand how the different pieces and parts of a blog design work together to create a place on the web that is uniquely you.

Free Printable: Blog Design Tips | Take your blog design to the next level with these tips, and a printable that will help you organize your design choices.

Blog Design Tips

Over the past few weeks, we’ve covered the different elements that go into great design, breaking down the anatomy of the perfect blog.

Today, we’re taking this information one step further and creating a visual summary of how all these details work together.

important aspects of blog design

Each section of the graphic pertains to a post on design we’ve recently published, including:

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Why stop at simply pinning our basics of blog design graphic when you can download it to your computer absolutely FREE?

As an added bonus, we embedded links to all of the relevant posts we’ve published explaining each section of a blog. It is a beautiful, clickable summary…all for you.

Go ahead and download now!

Click here to download our FREE pdf on blog design
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Last month we created a checklist on how to start a blog. Go ahead and click the link to download for free!

About Francesca

One of two behind The SITS Girls and Bloggy Boot Camp. Believer that this community is a movement, and not just a website. Currently on a quest for unending free WiFi & stronger caffeine. I'd love to get to know you better: Find me on Twitter @FranBanducci and on Google+.
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Comments

  1. TifLyn says

    Hi there! Thank you for your blog and the instructions you give! I hope to have time to implement this info soon, so overwhelming! I too cannot DL the pdf. I did copy it to my PC as a png (the only option I had to save the pic).
    Thanks, Tif

  2. says

    I too cannot download the PDF. I’ve tried downloading the plugin for Firefox and tried using Safari instead. Neither work. I just get redirected to the forum.

  3. says

    I have tried to download the free PDF file but I can’t get it. I was using google chrome and now internet explore. Each time they go to catorgizes of blog design and no pdf opens.

  4. says

    Hi, I was trying to download the printable but it keeps taking me to the comment forum. I tried to sign up for membership but the button will not submit. Is there another way to get this printable?

  5. says

    Thank you for all of your encouragement and great tips! I’m off to check out your links…and to find some sweet script for a wonderful current project!!!

    Happy weekend,

    : )

    Julie M.

  6. says

    Great tips, I am about to embark on a new logo, just have to find the time. lol

    Busy Mom and Busy Bee Worker, thank the heavens coffee is abundant and hugs from little one keep me grounded.

  7. says

    Love how you showcased the tips – great way for people to relate to it. Colors and fonts always need to be tested too and to sure they are big enough. Thanks for sharing.

  8. says

    Great tips, and timely too. I feel like I need to completely overhaul the design of my blog before we launch an online magazine this coming Spring (in September)

    :) Hazel

  9. says

    Great printables thanks for sharing. I’ve been working on a new blog after a loooong break and have been rusty. Wish I saw this about five hours ago! :)

  10. says

    I look forward to implementing many of these tips. Thanks for sharing such great information with your readers!

  11. says

    Thanks for the really awesome printable! I have a question (and maybe you’ve answered this) but–what font do you use on as the header font for this blog? The scripty one. I think it would be perfect for some invitations I’m designing for my daughter’s Cinderella birthday party…

    TIA!
    ~Lynsey

    • lee says

      hello…did you get the name of the font..the one that says font…love the S…thankyou lee x.

  12. says

    im currently working on the theme i have up right now and i think i have all this stuff šŸ˜› still needs a lot of work though, but im no pro so it might take time.

  13. says

    Thank you for all the wonderful advice! I have learned so much from SITS last month. Could not have done it without you!

  14. says

    Thanks for all of the tips. I’ve been working on my blog design a lot these last few days. While I liked what I had created before, I didn’t feel that it reflected where my blog is going. I’ve since updated my header, and have made better use of my footer. Wouldn’t have done any of it without SITS!

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