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  • 1. VISUAL PRINCIPLES PRESENTED BY: Alpha Grace Natial
  • 2. PATTERN
    • a plan or model used as a guide for making something.
    • there should be a pattern to be established on what elements to be include in a visual display.
  • 3. MAJOR FACTORS THAT AFECT THE OVERALL LOOK OF THE DISPLAYS:
    • Alignment
    • Shape
    • Balance
    • Style
    • Color scheme
      • Complementary colors
      • Analogous colors
    • C olor appeal
  • 4. alignment
    • Concerned on the position of primary elements to have a clear visual relationship with each other.
  • 5. shape
    • Arrange or put visuals according to shape so that the viewer will not expend more effort in interpreting displays or visuals.
  • 6. Rule of thirds
    • Elements are arranged along any of the one- third dividing lines. Elements should appear near the intersections of the lines dividing visuals into thirds.
  • 7. balance
    • Psychological sense of equilibrium when the weight of elements in display is equally contributed to each side of axis.
  • 8. balance
    • Symmetrical or formal
      • Designs are repeated on both sides.
    • Asymmetrical or informal
      • For the design to give information or to catch attention.
  • 9. style
    • Different audiences and different setting calls for different design styles.
  • 10. color schemes
    • Consider harmoniousness of colors in choosing a color scheme.
  • 11. color schemes
    • Complementary colors
      • 2 colors that lie directly opposite each other in the color wheel.
    • Analogous colors
      • Colors that lie next to each other on the color wheel.
  • 12. color appeal
    • In choosing colors for instructional materials, consider emotional responses you are seeking.
      • Active, dynamic, warm feeling or more contemplative, thoughtful, cool feeling.
  • 13. ARRANGEMENT
    • Proximity
    • Directional
    • Figure- ground contrast
    • Consistency
  • 14. proximity
    • Putting related elements together and moving unrelated elements.
  • 15. directional
    • To direct attention.
      • Colored elements whether words or images in a monochrome display will also draw the eye.
  • 16. Figure- ground contrast
    • Different color combinations provide different figure- ground contrasts.
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  • 20. consistency
    • Place elements in similar locations; uses same treatment for headlines; and use the same color scheme all throughout the series of displays.
  • 21. VISUAL PLANNING TOOLS
    • Deals with design directions that a teacher or designer must make and not the technical steps involved during the production process.
  • 22. storyboarding
    • Allows teachers and designers to creatively arrange and rearrange a whole sequence of thumbnail sketches.
    • Useful for planning and presenting raft drafts of presentation.
    • Index cards are commonly used for storyboarding. They are durable, flexible, inexpensive and available in variety of colors and sizes.
  • 23. storyboarding
    • May also use computer software with the help of StoryBoard Artist. This allows you to draw pictures with mouse, import graphics from files, and manipulate images.
  • 24. TYPES OF LETTERS
    • Use of lettering styles and techniques for visuals.
  • 25. DRAWING, SKETCHING, AND CARTOONING
    • Visuals that enhance learning.
    • Magazines, textbooks, and advertisements are some sources.
    • Graphic media can be of help.
  • 26. DRAWING, SKETCHING, AND CARTOONING
  • 27. digital images
    • Allow users to capture, edit, display, share, and network still and video images.
    • Another example of linear media. Provide students and teachers with tools to create visual images including drawings and photographs.
  • 28. digital images
    • Digital cameras
      • Small and lightweight
      • Permits you to see a large image displayed on the back of camera before taking picture.
  • 29. scanners
    • Flatbed scanners
      • Look like the top of a photocopy machine and connected to computer with special cables.
  • 30. scanners
    • Charge- coupled device (CCD)
      • Capable of changing optical images into electrical charges which in turn converted into a digital form acceptable by computer.
  • 31. PHOTO CD
    • Alternative for digital images which is less expensive.
    • Can be read by CD- ROM player connected to computer.

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