Visual design elements
- Represents freedom, the natural, having the appearance of softness, and creates a soothing feeling or mood
- Can be used to indicate Volume, create perspective and depth, create textures and balances, suggests movements and imply emotion.
- Can go well with the viewers emotions depending on what color it has.
- Can have a big impact on how visually good the picture looks.
- Shows the relative light and dark parts of a color.
- Allows us to perceive shapes and illusions of 3D objects on a 2D surface.
- A 2D area enclosed by lines and curves that can create geometrical, mechanical, and organic shapes.
- Has a 3D volume or is a 3D shape thats often implied on a 2D surface.
- Has the three dimensions of length, width, and depth.
- Is the dimensions of height, depth, and width within which all things exist and move.
- The feel, appearance, or consistency of a surface, substance, or fabric.
- A condition in which different elements are equal or in the correct proportions.
- There are three different types of visual balance:
- Is used to draw attention to one focused point.
- Can be achieved by using:
- Use of lines
- Shows the degree of relative difference between elements.
- Makes a object noticeably different from something else when put or considered together.
An element that is repeated at the same repetition/interval.
The size comparison of one object to another.
- Complete harmony with all the objects in use
- Uses the least amount of elements possible.
- keeping it simple but unique
- The adding of ice shows the mass the water is gaining
- Shows the circles because each one is equidistant from each other.
- shows a cylinder
- Shows multiple squares.
- A prism that is bending light