Presentation on theme: "Design Principles By: Jonathan Gross. CONTRAST IT’S WHAT MAKES A READER LOOK AT THE PAGE IN THE FIRST PLACE BECAUSE IT GETS THE READERS ATTENTION. WHEN."— Presentation transcript:
CONTRAST IT’S WHAT MAKES A READER LOOK AT THE PAGE IN THE FIRST PLACE BECAUSE IT GETS THE READERS ATTENTION. WHEN YOU LOOK AT A PAPER, WHY DID YOU LOOK AT IT IN THE FIRST PLACE? BECAUSE YOU THOUGHT IT LOOK INTERESTING, BECAUSE OF THE CONTRAST. GOOD USE OF CONTRAST WOULD BE: BAD USE OF CONTRAST WOULD BE:
PROXIMITY Items relating to each other should be grouped close together. It helps organize information, reduces clutter, and gives the reader a clear structure. Good use of proximity would be: Bad use of proximity would be:
Alignment ◦ Nothing should be placed on the page arbitrarily. Every elements should have some visual connection with another element on the page. ◦ This crates a clean, sophisticated, fresh look. ◦ Good use of alignment would be: ◦ Bad use of alignment would be:
REPETITION You can repeat colors, shapes, textures, spatial relationships, line thicknesses, fonts, sizes, graphic concepts, etc. This develops the organization and strengthens the unity. Good use of repetition would be: Bad use of repetition would be:
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