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carp s four basic design principles
Carp’s four basic design principles
  • The following is an overview of four very important design principles. Incorporating each one of them into your visual presentations is fundamental in communicating effectively with your audience. Though we will look at each one separately, these principles are found intertwined.
what does carp stand for
What does CARP stand for?

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C A R P

o l e r

n i p o

t g e x

r n t i

a m i m

s e t i

t n i t t o y

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What does CARP stand for?

C ontrast

A lignment

R epetition

P roximity

how can these actions benefit our learners
How can these actions benefit our learners?

Proper use of contrast makes material easier to read.

Contrast uses visual cues to emphasize the main point and separates information in a way that makes it easier to understand.

Correctly aligned images create chunks of information and reduce cognitive overload.

Proximity is important for connecting ideas together and creating a sense of flow.

contrast
Contrast

Contrast- Making the components of a visual image- for example, shape and color- different.

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Definition provided by Creating Graphics for Learning and Performance

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Contrast

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alignment
Alignment

Alignment- Lining up visual elements along an edge or imaginary path to create a clean, easy to follow and intentional look.

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Alignment

LIFE CYCLE OF A FROG

  • EGG
  • TADPOLE
  • FROG

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Alignment

LIFE CYCLE OF A FROG

TADPOLE

EGG

FROG

repetition
Repetition

Repetition- the repeating of a visual element throughout the presentation. Using the repetition of shape, texture, color, size, etc. to increase the organization and visual unity of the presentation.

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Animal Characteristics:

Horse

FROG

4 legs

mane

Many colors

mammal

  • Porcupine
  • Quills
  • Exposed underbelly
  • Hibernates
  • aggressive

COULD YOU TELL THESE ITEMS ARE RELATED?

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Repetition

ANIMAL CHARACTERISTICS

proximity
Proximity

Proximity- the grouping of related items to create a visual unit which communicates the information more clearly and reduces visual clutter.

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Proximity

VOCABULARY

Equations

Inequality

Literal Equation

Solution (Solution Set)

Linear Equation

Constant

Formula

Identity Operation

Area, Perimeter, Volume

Properties of Equality (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division)

Proportions

Cross Products

Least Common Multiple (LCM)

Matrices

Matrix

Matrices

Corresponding Entries

Dimension

Column, Row

Entry, Element

Scalar Product

Data

Percent of

Percent off

Zero of a Function

Root of a Function

Function Notation

Dependent and Independent Variable

Input/Output

Pattern

Parabola

Mapping

Relation

Function

Domain

Range

System of Equations

Substitution

Elimination

Intersection

Parallel Lines

Coincide

Identity

No Solution

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Proximity

VOCABULARY

SYSTEMS

SOL A.9

System of Equations

Substitution

Elimination

Intersection

Parallel Lines

Coincide

Identity

No Solution

EQUATIONS

SOL A.1

Equations

Inequality

Literal Equation

Solution (Solution Set)

Linear Equation

Constant

Formula

Identity Operation

Area, Perimeter, Volume

Properties of Equality (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division)

Proportions

Cross Products

Least Common Multiple (LCM)

MATRICES

SOL A.4

Matrices

Matrix

Matrices

Corresponding Entries

Dimension

Column, Row

Entry, Element

Scalar Product

Data

Percent of

Percent off

QUADRATICS

SOL A.5 and A.15

Zero of a Function

Root of a Function

Function Notation

Dependent and Independent Variable

Input/Output

Pattern

Parabola

Mapping

Relation

Function

Domain

Range

resources
RESOURCES:

http://www.presentationzen.com/chapter6_spread.pdf

http://units.english.uiuc.edu/ppw/prosem/2003/carp/index.html

http://www.nondesigners.com/PrinciplesCheatsheet.pdf

http://coe.sdsu.edu/eet/articles/designprin1/start.htm

http://lab.christianmontoya.com/designing-with-crap/designing-with-crap-cc.pdf

http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Graphic_Design/Principles_of_Design

http://coe.sdsu.edu/eet/articles/designprin1/start.htm