7 Principles of Design
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When the elements are arranged to create the visual impression of equality in weight or importance. Can be symmetrical or asymmetrical.
Juxtaposition of different design elements (Ex: Rough and Smooth textures or light and dark) in order to highlight their differences and or create visual interest or a focal point
Special attention given to one part of a work of art. Can be achieved through placement, contrast, color, size, repetition, etc. Focal Point
Movement can be directed along edges and by shape, color, line, etc.
A regular arrangement of alternated or repeated elements (shape, lines, colors) motifs.
The use of recurring elements to direct the movement of the eye
Gives the viewer the feeling that all parts of the composition form a coherent whole.
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