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elements of design

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This was put together for a middle school design class

This was put together for a middle school design class

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  • 1. Lines have meaning and personality
  • 2. Lines can create texture
  • 3. Lines can be used to organise spaces
  • 4. Texture relates to theto the of an object; surfacethe look or feel of it.Using texture in design is a great way toadd depth and visual interest to a design.Although we can’t feel the texture, we relatethe image of the texture to how it feels.
  • 5. Colour is used to generateemotions, define importance andcreate visual interest.Some colours are warm and active(orange, red), some are cool andpassive (blue, purple).
  • 6. Harmonious colours are colours that are close to eachother on the colour wheel.
  • 7. Complementarycolours are coloursthat are oppositeeach other on thecolour wheel.

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