Color & Design
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Color & Design
color & design
The Main or dominant color in a color scheme.
A scheme made up of white, black, and gray.
Using one color in different intensities along with black, white, and gray.
Using several colors that are adjacent on the color wheel.
Two colors directly opposite on the color wheel.
A color combined with the two colors adjacent to its complement.
Three colors equally spaced on the color wheel.
Color scheme using four colors that are equally spaced on the color wheel.
Another word for color.
Measures the lightness or darkness of a color.
Chroma, Saturation, & Intensity
Describes the brightness or dullness of a color.
Reds, Oranges, & Yellows.
Blues, Greens, & Violets.
Colors & Lights
Subdued evening and candlelight create a distortion of color.
Principles of Design
Concepts used to organize the elements of design.
The sense of harmony and completeness between al elements in a design.
The part, or parts, of the design that draws the viewer's interest.
The size relationship between various elements in a design.
The visual equilibrium created by the visual weight of the elements of design.
Created when one or more elements of design are used repeatedly to create a feeling of organized movement.
Elements of Design
The components or parts which are used to create a visal design or composition.
A mark made by a moving point.
Shape is an area created created by a closed line.
The surface quality that can be seen and felt.
Illusion of Space
Created when three-demensional space is represented on a two-dimensional surface, resulting in an illusion of depth and perspective.
Illusion of Motion
An implied sense of movement, actual, or anticipated.
Seen when light is reflected off objects.