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To present or describe a product, service, or event in a public medium so as to promote sales
The understanding of the consumer group for which the design is targeted. This would include the audiences, demographics, physical location, amount of time available to view the design, and interest in the subject matter
The statistical data of a population, especially those showing average age, income, education, etc
1. To provide a book or periodical with pictures. 2. To make clear by using examples, charts, etc.
How recognizable a short amount of text is
The upper and covering portion of a paper box
An emblematic design adopted by an organization to identify its products
The seam of a carton where the two edges of the box blank are joined together by stitching, gluing, or taping
The activity of gathering information about consumers' needs and preferences
The promotion and selling of products or services
The process of deciding what information needs to go into the graphic design, as well as how to effectively use the design elements and principles to present the information. This analysis is based on a thorough analysis of the audience
Materials used to wrap or protect goods
A pictorial symbol for a word or phrase
How easy an extended amount of text is to read
Making an impression or crease in a box blank to facilitate bending, folding, or tearing
An investigation of the opinions or experience of a group of people, based on a series of questions
A thing that represents or stands for something else, especially a material object representing something abstract
1. The use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities. 2. The symbolic meaning attached to material objects.
The end portion of the top or bottom flap of a folding carton, which is inserted into the container to hold the end flaps in place.
Printed characters or letters.
The style and appearance of printed matter.
Thin lines that serve as guides while sketching or drawing.
The distance from front to back.
The documents that are required for something, or that give evidence or proof of something.
1) The outside limit of an object, a surface, or an area. 2) The line along which two surfaces of a solid meet.
A regular oval shape, traced by a point moving in a plane so that the sum of its distances from two other points is constant.
Done manually without the aid of instruments such as rulers.
A network of lines that cross each other to form a series of squares or rectangles.
The distance from bottom to top.
A line type that represents an edge that is not directly visible, because it is behind or beneath another surface
A form of pictorial sketch in which all three drawing axes form equal angles of 120 degrees with the plane of projection.
A method of representing three-dimensional objects by breaking them down into identifiable views. The identifiable views are front, back, bottom, top, right side and left side. Also referred to as Right Angle Projection.
The general effect of color or of light and shade in a picture.
A vanishing point is a point in space, usually located on the horizon, where parallel edges of an object appear to converge.
Views is shorthand for multiview projection, which is a system used to view an object. The six mutually perpendicular directions any object may be viewed are top, front, right-side, rear, left-side, and bottom. Top, front, and right-side views are also referred to as the three regular views because they are the three views most frequently used.
a type of drawing involving a combination of a flat, orthographic front with depth lines receding at a selected angle, usually 45 degrees
a type of sketch involving a combination of a flat, orthographic front with depth lines receding at a selected angle, usually 45 degrees
a sectional drawing created by a cutting plane bent at right angles to features as though they were in the same plane
a fixed point from which coordinates are measured
a form of pictorial sketch in which vanishing points are used to provide the depth and distortion that is seen with the human eye. Perspective drawings can be drawn using one, two, and three vanishing points
a list of materials or parts specified for a project. Also referred to as a bill of materials or BOM
the location of a point as given by an angle and a distance
a sketch that shows an object's height, width, and depth in a single view
a part of a design brief that clearly and concisely identifies a client's or target consumer's problem, need, or want
a full-scale working model used to test a design concept by making actual observations and necessary adjustments
a point in space, usually located on the horizon, where parallel edges of an object appear to converge