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Design Principles. Proximity, Alignment, Repetition & Contrast . Basic Design Principles. Principle of Proximity : Group related items together.

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    1. Design Principles Proximity, Alignment, Repetition & Contrast

    2. Basic Design Principles • Principle of Proximity: Group related items together. • Principle of Alignment: Nothing should be placed on the page arbitrarily. Every item should have a visual connection with something else on the page. • Principle of Repetition: Repeat some aspect of the design throughout the entire piece. • Principle of Contrast: If two items are not exactly the same, then make them different, very different.

    3. Proximity • If items are related to each other, group them into closer proximity • Separate items that are not directly related to each other • Vary the space between to indicate the closeness or the importance of the relationship

    4. Alignment • Be conscious about every element you place on the page. • To keep the entire page unfiled, align every object with an edge of some other object. • If your alignments are strong, then you can choose to break and alignment occasionally and it won’t look like a mistake

    5. Repetition • Repetition is a stronger form of being consistent • Look at the elements you already repeat (bullets, typefaces, lines, colors, etc.): see if it might be appropriate to make one of these elements stronger & use it as a repetitive element.

    6. Contrast • You can add contrast by: • Rules (lines) • Typefaces • Colors • Spatial relationships • Directions

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    8. Clean It Up!

    9. Clean It Up!

    10. Assignment