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Session 2—Chapter 3 Visual Literacy Learn to See, See to Learn
Typefaces and fonts
Rule of Thumb: One serif and one sans serif font (two typefaces) per document.
Times New Roman Franklin Gothic Century Gothic Arial Arial Black
84 point bold 72 point bold 60 point bold 48 point bold 36 point bold 24 point bold 18 point bold
Tracking Tracking = space between characters Georgia, Verdana Times, Helvetica Narrow, Lucida Bright Leading=Vertical space between letters
Robin Williams Principles of Design Contrast Contrast Repetition Repetition Alignment Alignment Proximity Proximity
The Process Start with a focal point Group your information Create strong alignments Create a repetition
Contrast If the elements (type, color, size, line thickness, shape and space) are not the same then make them very different.
Repetition Helps develop the organization and strengthens the unity of the project and all related pieces.
Alignment Nothing should be placed on a page arbitrarily.
Proximity Items relating to each other should be close together.
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.
Business Card Design.
contrast, repetition, alignment, proximity
Interactive Power Point
Elements of Design: The 4 Basic Principles.
Graphic Design Principles
Lesson 1:. This lesson will cover the four primary principles of design: ● Contrast ● Repetition ● Alignment ● Proximity.
Four Basic Design Principles
C.R.A.P Contrast The elements being very different from one element to the next. For example the title font size would be very large and the text information.
Welcome and have a seat please. What is typography? The design of the characters and the way they are presented on the page What are fonts?
1.01A – What typefaces should be used for various displays?????
The Four Basic Principles C ontrast R epetition A lignment P roximity.
Principles of Design CRAP or PARC.
Design Principles for PowerPoint
Visual Literacy Robert Braden “Visual literacy is defined as the ability to understand and use images, including the ability to think, learn and express.
Introduction to Visual Literacy. Essential Questions: What does it mean to be a “Visually Literate Person” (VLP)? Why is it important for teachers and.
Introduction to Principles of Design. Basic Design Principles Contrast Contrast Repetition Repetition Alignment Alignment Proximity Proximity.
Six Principles of Good Design
2006 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All Rights Reserved. 1 INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC DESIGN MOVEMENT, BALANCE, UNITY, CONTRAST, EMPHASIS, LINE, AND COLOR.
The Non-Designer’s Design Book Design and Typographic Principles for the Visual Novice By Robin Williams.
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