Elements & Principles of Design. Elements of Design Designers use the following Elements (parts) of Design Colour Value Line Shape Form Texture Space

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<ul><li><p>Elements &amp; Principles of Design</p></li><li><p>Elements of DesignDesigners use the following Elements (parts) of Design ColourValueLineShapeFormTextureSpace</p></li><li><p>Colour</p><p>There are:3 Primary colors3 Secondary colors</p><p>placed evenly around the basic color wheel. </p></li><li><p>ValueIs the lightness and darkness of a colour.</p></li><li><p>LineIs a continuous mark. It has five characteristics: lengthwidthcurvature depth texture</p></li><li><p>ShapeIs an enclosed line.It has height and width and is usually considered flat2-dimensional.</p></li><li><p>FormIt has height, width, and depth.It is considered 3-dimensional.</p></li><li><p>TextureThe feel of a surface. There are two kinds:Actual or realImplied or fake </p></li><li><p>Space</p><p>It has two characteristics: positivethe object negative the voided area surrounding the object. </p></li><li><p>Principles of Design(The arrangement of elements)</p><p>BalanceRepetitionContrastMovementEmphasisUnity</p></li><li><p>BalanceEquilibriumElements are placed in the design in a way so they have equal weight.There are two kindsSymmetrical or formal balance which is objects centered Asymmetrical or informal balance which is more objects on one side or off centered. </p></li><li><p>Balance</p></li><li><p>ContrastThe opposite or varied elements that make an art work interesting. Such as colour, thick or thin lines, large or small shapes, rough or smooth texture,etc. </p></li><li><p>Contrast</p></li><li><p>MovementThe path our eyes follow in a design. Usually it brings the viewer in, around, and through the piece.</p></li><li><p>Movement </p></li><li><p>EmphasisDrawing attention to the main object. All elements; like line, color, and shapes, direct your eye to the main point. </p></li><li><p>Emphasis</p></li><li><p>UnityOneness makes all the elements and principles work together Also called Harmony </p></li><li><p>Unity</p></li></ul>