The aesthetics of the idea in the printed work according to the standards of creativity

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إنعام حمدان محمود


The stages of the printed achievement depend on a group of intellectual and practical factors that include:

It would formulate the design process according to scientific foundations that reflect the features of the formation or the accomplished
The typist.

Access through these factors to find the expressive and creative idea in the same
Time is a very difficult matter; Creative ideas do not come randomly
Thoughtful and not prepared in advance, but it comes through reliance on knowledge storage
And the sense that goes along and keeps pace with the movement of scientific development in all fields.
On this basis, the aesthetic of the creative idea comes from the priorities that the designer undertakes
to reach the impact and direct response by the recipient; to avoid the problems that occur
The designer and the product of the design process.
Therefore, the existence of the creative aspect of the aesthetic idea in the art of design is an essential issue
A technical necessity and a foundation based on science and knowledge and stemming from deep intellectual premises;
The creativity process must have the ability to highlight the mental skills used in producing
Artistical works ; It is associated with the highest aesthetic values embodied through the apparent composition that
It is dialectically related to the value of creative thinking for a designer who possesses the experience and knowledge that
He achieves the work that must rise to the paths of renewal, originality, creativity and beauty; As if
Any printed work must resort to original ideas that enhance the value of the work
design and reach the pinnacle of creativity.

Hence, the research problem emerged, which the researcher decided to pose in the form of the following question

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إنعام حمدان محمود. (2023). The aesthetics of the idea in the printed work according to the standards of creativity. Journal of the College of Basic Education, 21(88), 409–420. Retrieved from
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