The advent of digital technology has created a radical shift in execution tools within the realm of graphic design. This has turned out to be a blessing and a problem in relation to the context and the user. Working with traditional tools, like the brush, ink, paper or pencils, which were simple to use, fortunately, allowed errors while executing a task and indirectly promoted learning and sensitivity. More was understood by doing, sharing and observing each other, in comparison to computers, which nowadays, only permit individual participation from the user. Today’s new tools and software offer error-free execution, making a task easier for an individual to create a layout, use a typeface, choose a colour or an image with ‘utmost insensitivity’, particularly among novice learners of the discipline. Apparently, it leads them to demand more rational approaches to understanding visual design sensitivity.