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gabby gordon

principles of design

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what are the principles of design balance, rhythm, proportion/scale, emphasis, unity
what is balance achieved when parts of design are equally distributed
example plants, insects, humans
asymmetric parts of design that are not identical but are equal in visual weight
vertical balance top and bottom parts are equal
horizontal balance left to right parts are equal
radial elements radiate out of design
what does rhythm give design direction and movement
gradation design increases or decreases in size or color
radiation lines or designs move out from center point
repetition design is copied or repeated
continues line design creates a continuous line for the eye to follow
proportion/ scale each of the parts are the right size to belong to the whole
emphasis focal point of design
unity/harmony all elements and principles work together to create a harmony
Created by: Gabbygordon12