In this final post in our design element and principles series, we will focus on unity which is the the sum of all of all principles and elements of design. […]
When I read the story of the Norwegian artist who painted his house Burberry-pattern a couple of years ago, I just had to use Burberry as an example of a […]
Color combinations may pass unnoticed when pleasing, yet offend dramatically when compositions seem to clash. One outcome we seek in the final form or composition, is a successful use of color.
A good grasp of color theory is helpful when choosing colours for a design. Choices regarding color are sometimes based on the premise that “it looks right.” Sure, some have an eye for color,but there is a science as to why some colors work together while others do not.
Form and shape are areas or masses that define objects in space. Form and shape imply space; indeed they cannot exist without space. Shapes or forms can be created from […]
A design element. A mark connecting two points. Line is not necessarily an artificial creation of a designer; it exists in nature as a structural feature such as branches, or […]
Don’t be fooled by the high sounding words, design is as simple as ABC. It is simple because of the flexibility and freedom it allows as you make your own […]
Two connected points form a line and every line has a length, width, and direction. A line is a dot that went for a walk. – Paul Klee Combining the […]
Choose your colors appropriately and wisely.
Importance of colour in businesses