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  • 1. Principles of Design By Saiful Islam Department of Multimedia Technology and Creative Arts Faculty of Science and Information Technology Daffodil International University
  • 2. Principles of design has some guideline. It helps understand why some combinations of design elements work better than others. These guidelines are: rhythm, proportion, emphasis, balance, and unity. These guidelines are called principles of design.
  • 3. The path along which the eye follows a regular or repeating arrangement of motifs (such as colors or shapes) about a composition. Example -> Repeated Shapes Repeated Lines What do you see repeated? Lines? Shapes? Colors? Textures?
  • 4. The relative scale of objects and shapes in an image to one another and to the viewer. Example -> Buildings Size Haystacks Size How do the buildings in the background compare in size to the haystacks in the foreground.
  • 5. The Point of focus in a composition. It’s like highlighting something. Example -> What is the first thing you see when you look at this picture? One the focus point
  • 6. Relates to the sense of visual equilibrium in a work of art; how components of an image are arranged around a focal point. Example -> Is the artwork the same on both sides? If it is, it is symmetrically balanced. If it is not, it is asymmetrically balanced.
  • 7. The principle of unity is perhaps the most important of the design principles, yet it is often the most difficult to understand. Unity is the fundamental principle of design and it is supported by all the other principles. If a design is not unified, it cannot be considered successful. Example -> Did you notice how many kinds of Vegetables made a portrait of a man together?

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