PART 4 – PRINCIPLES OF GRAPHIC DESIGN

 

 

 

PRINCIPLES OF GRAPHIC DESIGN (1)

Hello lovely readers,

Happy Monday!! Hope you all have a great weekend!:) I am back with my graphic design basic series. Finally!! We have come with last part of this series.

1) What are principles of graphic design?

2) Why we need these principles?

3) Principles of graphic design?

Today, we discuss these three points.

1) What are principles of graphic design?

Principles of graphic design are a very important part of designer’s life. Designer pick these principles to make eye-catchy and attractive graphics. It is very helpful for day-to-day activities for a graphic designer.

2) Why we need these principles?

  • To make​ correct graphics.
  • “When” we make graphics we apply these principles to make attractive designs.
  • When we apply these principles to attract the audience and tell about the product.
  • Through these principles, we have to do good communication skills.

3) What are the principles of graphic design?

1) Alignment: Alignment is the most important principle for designers.When a designer creates brochures, magazines, flyer etc. Then, they will choose correct alignment because it will help to create clean graphics. You can easily understand with the pictures.

Picture credit: Google

We will use alignment everywhere. For example: When we type in Microsoft office or in the blog. We always remember Center alignment, left alignment, right alignment, justified alignment.

Picture credit: Google

2) Hierarchy: Hierarchy means when we use many multiple elements like line, shape, color, typography, texture, size and space. Then we combined all these elements and create a single graphic.

3) Contrast: Contrast plays an important role to create any graphics. Contrast means opposite things like 

Big  Small
Dark  Light
Black  White

We mostly use contrast in texts and pictures. 

4) Repetition: It is also the main element of graphic design. It is all about design. This principle you can easily understand with an example:

When we make any brochure we use graphic elements, and then we create a brochure. We repeat these same elements in brochure again.

Picture credit: Google

Picture credit: Google

5) Proximity: It is also the main element of graphic design. Proximity means simple is that some elements of design, we put together on a page.

Picture credit: Google

6 Balance: Balance is also the main element for the designer when they create graphics. Balance distributes the elements when they design.

7 Color: Color plays an important role in designing. In my last post part 3 – visual elements of graphic design. I told you about color. If you haven’t read it go and read.Part 3 – Visual elements of graphic design

8 Space: Space is also playing an important role in designing. In my last post in visual elements of graphic design. If you haven’t read it go and read. Part 3 – Visual elements of graphic design.

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So, finally graphic design basic series complete​. The main motive of this series to tell you about overview about graphic design who will plan about learning graphic design or for beginner’s.

I am also planning about PDF for this series. I hope it is very useful for you. You can download easily it’s free :). Anytime you can learn. 

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