A moodboard is a collection of visual materials that evoke a certain style or concept. Designers, illustrators, photographers, filmmakers and all types of creative professionals create moodboards to communicate the “feel” of an idea. They can be a powerful starting point in a creative project—a visual reference for the team and a springboard for new ideas.
But moodboards have come a long way since the days of attaching printouts to physical boards or creating static PDFs. Digital moodboards have the ability to include video, bring together a remote team, and evolve over time—unlocking a whole new world of creative possibilities.
In this guide, you’ll learn the modern approach to creating a moodboard using Milanote. Remember, the creative process is non-linear, so you may find yourself moving back and forth between the steps as you go.