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Design Principles . Credits - Definitions. Credits- Pictures. Contrast. Balance. Unity. Proximity. Repetition. Contrast. This is a good example of contrast because the blue background makes the orange flower stand out. . Contrast is . Menu. Ex. 2. Ex. 3. Contrast.

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Design principles

Design Principles

Credits- Definitions

Credits- Pictures

Contrast

Balance

Unity

Proximity

Repetition


Contrast

This is a good example of contrast because the blue background makes the orange flower stand out.

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Contrast

This is a good example of contrast because..

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Balance

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Balance takes account of the visual weight of images and arranges them so as to create an equilibrium in the design.

This work shows balance by having contrasting visuals on opposite sides of the canvas. For example, the lower left corner is full of vegetables and fruit, while the upper right corner is just a blank wall.


Balance

This is a good example of asymmetrical balance. The eye is pulled toward the flowers by the moon in the background. The moon is balanced by the hand, and the flowers are balanced by the textured background.

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Balance

This is another example of asymmetrical balance. The eyes of the audience and the dancers direct the eyes to the gas lights.

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Unity links the various elements of the work.

Unity

This is a good example of unity because the different men that compose the orchestra took like they are one object. The different people see to merge together. This is also an effect of their clothing being the same color.


Unity

This is a good example of Unity because the similar colors and dress styles unify the four women in the image.

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This is a good example of unity because the lines and colors unify the background with the image of the trees in the foreground.

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Proximity

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The Principle of Proximity tells you to put related items close together physically. Things that aren't related should be farther apart.

This image is a good example of proximity because all of the yellow fish are grouped together, while the green fish is left alone.


This is a good example of proximity because the trees are grouped together, as are the mountains. The like objects in this image are grouped.

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This is a good example of proximity because the apples are like objects and are grouped together.

Proximity

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Repetition is consistency. It means that you should repeat some aspect of the design throughout the entire document.

Repetition

This is a good example of repetition because the colors and the image of the bird is repeated throughout.

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This is a good example of repetition because the mask is repeated throughout.

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Repetition repeated throughout.

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This is a good of example of repetition because the houses are repeated throughout the image.


Contrast repeated throughout.

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This is a good example of contrast because the color of the flower is bright, while the color of the leaves are dark. This makes the flower stand out from the background.


Sites used for definitions
Sites Used for Definitions repeated throughout.

  • http://www.johnlovett.com/test.htm

  • http://www.digital-web.com/articles/principles_of_design/

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Sites used for pictures
Sites Used for Pictures repeated throughout.

  • http://www.aforgenet.com/framework/features/imaging/contrast_correction.jpg

  • http://lukettaylor.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/balance2.jpg?w=495&h=394

  • http://juliannakunstler.com/images_art1/shape/flowers1.jpg

  • http://www.usask.ca/education/coursework/skaalid/theory/cgdt/designimages/smseurat.jp

  • http://tophera.files.wordpress.com/2008/10/unity.jpg

  • http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-fV4ZHPeH7EM/TdPO-mLAs6I/AAAAAAAAAB0/aTpWOsGc39c/s1600/S718%257EUnity-Posters.jpg

  • http://thinkartnow.com/images/GRD5_LS07_IMG01.jpg

  • http://www.bluemoonwebdesign.com/images/Lessons/unity-repetition.jpg

  • http://www.articulate.com/rapid-elearning/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/image11.png

  • http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3514/3205461315_d7a1bb3394.jpg

  • http://cdn.dailypainters.com/paintings/repetition_of_houses_9b0641e5b30787ab359f12f6193cce83.jpg

  • http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_yYKkXN1aAHY/SM8H-GlrIvI/AAAAAAAAACU/TKRP6wZ0fH0/s1600-h/powis-paul-the-proximity-of-fading-time-i-2304009.jpg

  • http://www.andreasartstudio.com/images/New-York-Wall-Fountain.jpg

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