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Visual Design Terms

Space Areas between and around parts of an image and the implied depth of an image.
Point A location in an image space having no physical dimensions.
Line A length either straight or curved, actual or implied, tracing the flow or direction of a point.
Shape A 2D area defined by lines, patterns, value, color, or by its background.
Form An object in an image that appears to have 3 dimensions, volume, and thickness.
Value The relative darkness or lightness of a part of an image.
Texture The apparent surface quality or nature of an image component.
Color Part of the visible light spectrum reflected from an object or surface.
Balance The equal a stable distribution of visual weight in an image.
Emphasis Making a proportion of an image its center of interest, the first thing seen in a composition.
Rhythm A harmonious sequence or pattern of components, spaces or elemental qualities.
Unity The arrangements or combination of components into a coherent whole.
Proportion How parts relate to eachother and the whole image in terms of size, scale, or emphasis.
Contrast The degree of relative difference between parts or areas of an image.
Continuation An arrangement of parts creating or suggesting a connected whole or continuous flow.
Economy Creating a pleasing design and clear visual standard using no more than necessary.
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