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Design Principles for Documents

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Brittny Ellis

on 19 April 2010

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Design Principles for Documents By: Brittny Ellis Business Environment Many people in the business industry use design principles for presentations. By using design principles, you learn how to make presentations capture the attention of co-workers, clients, and your boss. The most common basic principle used is simply by eliminating white space. The Basic Principles are as followed: Symmatry exact reflection of form on opposite sides of a dividing line Asymmetry Lacks symmetry, total opposite. Repititon As you can see, it's the same square used 5 times but slightly changed each repeat. Simply means the repeat of an object. Unity Visual linking of various elements in artwork. Contrast Opposing colors, such as red, blue, green, orange etc. Opposing in light/dark. Design Programs Adobe Indesign CS5 Allows you to edit photos, share them,and publish them. Lets you control lighting, colors, preflighting, and publishing documents whether it be: Mobile Online Printing Adobe Video Photoshop Allows you to upload photos and edit them the way you desire. Enhances the visual appearance of photos or documents to appeal better to your audience. Photographers use photoshop to touch up celebritie's flaws in their photos. Balance, color, contrast, and many other elements behind designing are very important in the work environment.
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