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Catherine has used lines in a publication to show the connection between elements. Which design principle has she used? Unity/ Harmony
Jennifer has chosen 3 colors that are side by side on a 12 part color wheel. This is an example of which type of color scheme? Analogous
A design team is researching competitor's designs and sketching ideas for a design project. This is an example of which step in the Systems Approach? Collecting Information
Jim has chosen 2 colors that are directly opposite of each other on the color wheel for her design. This is an example of which type of color scheme? Complementary
When designing a newsletter for FBLA, Susie placed all images near the articles they were illustrating. Which design principle did she use? Unity/ Harmony
Jennifer has chosen different shades of blue for her design. This is an example of which type of color scheme? Monochromatic
A student is designing a flyer for prom. She has added a shadow behind a graphic to create a 3-D effect. This is an example of which design element? Form
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