UNITY – GOOGLE.COM Unity is expressed on this site by the location of all the elements on the screen. They are located together in the center of the screen.
VARIETY – PINTEREST.COMPinterest shows variety by allowing viewers to see images of all the itemsother members have “pinned.” By doing this variety is added to flow andlayout of the website.
BALANCE – WORDPRESS.COMWordpress is a good example of the design principle of balancebecause the weight of the dark banner across the screen breaks up allthe white space but still pulls it all together.
SCALE AND PROPORTION – VANS.COMThe way the image boxes decrease in size as they go down the pageshows an example of scale and proportion throughout the site.
RHYTHM – TWITTER.COMTwitter shows rhythm by the way the layout of “followers tweets” falls onthe page. This layout draws viewers eyes down the page and gets themto continue reading.
EMPHASIS - NIXONNixon uses contrast within their site to show emphasis. The contrastbetween the lighter image of the man on the stairs and the darker imageof the women is a good example of the design principle emphasis.
SIMPLICITY – AE.COMAmerican Eagle has made their site more simple by having the whiteback drop and by having direct links to the main elements of their sitelocated right on the banner. This makes navigation through the sitemuch more simple.
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