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are a powerful but simple method of enhancing a publication. Lines
triangles, squares, circles Geometric shapes
leaves, flower petals Natural shapes
a blend of geometric and natural shapes. Abstract shapes
Symbolize honesty, stability, equality and comfort. Squares and Rectangles
Symbolize infinity, security and completeness Circles
Symbolize action or conflict Triangles
an effect applied to a background or as the fill for an object. Textures
is one of the most important elements of design. Color
colors look good together adjacent
do not look good together contrasting colors
Alignment Balance Contrast Proximity/Unity Repetition/Consistency White space The Six Principles of Design
Elements of the design are centered or evenly divided both vertically and horizontally Symmetrical Balance
Off-center alignment created with an odd or mismatched number of elements. Asymmetrical Balance
With radial designs the elements radiate from or swirl around in a circular or spiral path. Radial Balance
The use of big and small elements, black and white text, squares and circles Contrast
Grouping elements to demonstrate their relationship to each other. Proximity/Unity
Repeat some aspect of the design throughout the entire layout Repetition/Consistency
Negative or space empty of any color Gives a design breathing room Smoothes transition between elements White Space
Using imaginary grids to visually divide the page into thirds vertically and/or horizontally and placing most important elements within those thirds. Rule of Thirds and Grids
the spot the eye first sees when it encounters a page. Optical Center
the pattern eye follows when scanning a page. Z-Pattern
of elements in a pattern or grid. Alignment
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