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Activity 6.1 visual Design Principles and Elements Identification

By: Madison Barbor 12/5/12
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on 13 December 2012

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Transcript of Activity 6.1 visual Design Principles and Elements Identification

Chair Elements: Line- Vertical, Diagonal, Curved; Value; Shape and Form; Open space; Smooth Texture Building Elements: Line- Horizontal, Curved; Value; Shape; Form; Texture- Smooth, Rough By: Madison Barbor Activity 6.1 Visual Design Principles
and Elements Identification A Light Elements: Curved Line; Value; Form; Space; Smooth Texture Island Elements: Line- Curved, Vertical; Organic Shape; Space; Smooth Texture ` Principles: Symmetrical (Formal) Balance; Regular Rhythm; Unity Principles: Symmetrical (Formal) Balance; Regular Rhythm; Unity Principles: Symmetrical (Formal) Balance; Emphasis; Contrast; Proportion Cup Elements: Curved Lines; Value; Form; Space; Smooth Texture Principles: Symmetrical (Formal) Balance; Rhythm- Regular, Gradated, Graduated Principles: Asymmetrical (Informal) Balance; Contrast; Rhythm; Proportion Conclusion 1.How are visual design principles and elements utilized in a design?
The different elements and principles have different meanings or feelings, so you use different design elements and principles that you want to get different meanings or feelings that you want. Conclusion 2.Identify a product that you feel is aesthetically pleasing. What is it about the product that you find appealing?
I like the building because the way it's shaped makes it look like waves and has a
relaxing feeling. Conclusion 3.Identify a product that you don’t like the appearance of and identify the visual design principles and elements that lead to this feeling.
I dont like the picture of the house is in the example because I dont like the vertical lines (columns) or the cool colors of the house because a house is suppose to be relaxing and I dont get that feeling from those. Conclusion 4.Identify the visual design principles and elements that were not used appropriately in some of the products shown.
Chairs- proportion; Cup- Vertical lines, square shape, Horizontal Balance Regular; House- golden proportion, Graduated Rhythm; Wooden thing- Horizontal Balance, Graduated Rhythm.
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