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Arts and Humanities
Principles Of Design
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Principle of design that implies equilibrium or steadiness among the parts of the design.
An original or individual arrangement of parts, form, color, fabric, line and texture to create a fashion style concept. Also, the plan used to put an idea together.
Principle of design that uses a concentration of interest in a particular part or area of a design.
Equilibrium created in a design with symmetrical parts, such as design details being the same on each side of a center line.
A gradual increase or decrease of similar design elements used to create rhythm in a design. Also called progression.
Pleasing visual unity of a design created by a tasteful relationship among all parts within the whole.
Equilibrium in a design created with an asymmetrical arrangement in which design details are divided unequally from the center.
Rhythm created in a design when lines meet to form right angles.
Principles of Design
Rules of balance, proportion, emphasis, and rhythm concerning how the design elements should be used.
Principle of design concerning the spacial relationship of all the parts in a design to each other and to the whole. Also called scale.
Rhythm in a design created by lines emerging from a central point like rays.
Method of creating rhythm in a design by repeating lines, shapes, colors, or textures.
Principle of design concerned with the pleasing arrangement of the design elements so a feeling of continuity or easy movement of the observer's eye is produced.
Is a fluid rhythm created when a curved line leads the eye over an angle.
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