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A) The content of the Message B) Which parts of the Message are most important
1) Focal Point: Visual element or part of a page that is most emphasized and therefore where the reader's eye goes first 2) Accents: Secondary and tertiary focal points.
Arrangement of visual elements such as type and images on the page according to their order of importance, and consequently, emphasis.
Break the same pattern of Visuals. Break the bland, boring, and the lack of organizational scheme.
Is one of the easiest, quickest ways to give your reader visual treat and to draw attention to the page.
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"Catch the eye of the person"
• Make some of the type bigger. • Make some of the type bolder • Draw rule lines under category head type. • Add Color. • Place some type in boxes.
Spreading things around a bit to achieve a better balance would greatly improve a place.
Asymmetrically Balanced: Layout is one in which visual elements are mirrored from side to side or from top to bottom. A line in the middle. Symmetrically Balanced: both sides are similar in visual weight and almost mirrored.
Designing a well-balanced page layout means the designer must juggle the visual weights of all the visual elements on the page.
Balance is the consideration of visual weight and importance. it is a way to compare the right and left side of a composition.
Nothing should be placed on the page arbitrarily. Every item should have a visual connection with something else on the page.
The Grid, Is a non printed system of horizontal and vertical lines that divides the page and helps the page designer align elements consistently., It's the Skeleton, Using a grid structure with a consistent alignment scheme will unify your design
Applying constant visual elements
Unifies, Brings Coherence, Fortifies and Keeps it interesting.
The structure, configuration, or layout whose specific properties are greater and more unified that the simple sum of its individuals parts.
Visual Principles, • Alignment • Proximity • Closure • Closure • Continuation • Similarity
Set of exclusive rights granted to the author or creator of an original work. Including the right to copy, distribute and adapt the work. Copyright owners have the exclusive statutory right to exercise control over copying and other exploitation of the works for a specific period of time.
Helps interpret the copyright doctrine of fair use. Fair use is the right to use copyrighted material without permission or payment under some circumstances., • It does not tell you the limits of fair use rights. It describes how those rights should apply in certain recurrent situations.
is an alternative method for method for marking creative products and publications. Creative Commons is becoming increasingly useful for higher education because it will allow faculty to use and share materials without worrying as much about breaking copyright.
Pathway of the readers eye that tracks through a page, pages or outline designs.
It carries the viewer's eye through a document in a way that all the important elements receive prominence (Verbal and/or Visual), Improves your control over how viewers perceive a message., Visual Flow, The order in which the viewer looks at the graphics and images., All the type, graphics, lines and colors work together in a harmonious whole to present an ordered message to the viewer.