Theory and History of Visual Communication

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In shape relationships, what can you do to make objects or text seem like they are grouped together. How does repetition help create unity? Why would this be a helpful thing to do?
Why would similarity in shapes create harmony? What could you do to keep harmony but make the design more interesting or attractive?
Why would a designer want to emphasize an element of a design? How can color be a key factor in design and what are some ways to do this?
You can use an image which will can always enhance your explanations, if you use an image be sure to indicate the URL where you found it.
(Identify and demonstrate design elements, design principles, and the creative process as they relate to the evolution of art and design.)


These sites may be of help.

http://isucomm.iastate.edu/visualcommhistorybibliography
http://commfaculty.fullerton.edu/lester/writings/viscomtheory.html
http://www.uiowa.edu/~commstud/resources/visual.html

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