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The 6 Principles of Design

The 6 Principles of Design infographic

The 6 Principles of Design is an elegant design that visually shows the readers many of the ways design can visually communicate information. Designed by FOLO, a firm in Ahmedabad, India.  

This infographic visualises the six guiding principles of Unity/Harmony, Balance, Hierarchy, Scale/Proportion, Dominance/Emphasis, Similarity & Contrast. How one applies these principles determines how successful a design may be.

Simple colors, minimal text and white space work together to tell a clear story.

Took me a while to find the original design. The footer should include the URL directly to the infographic landing page to make it easier for readers to find the original. Most people that share infographics, don’t include the link back to the original. They just share the image file.

Thanks to Peter Sena for pinning on Pinterest!

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Reader Comments (3)

Great post about graphic designing.
February 7, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterSumon
This 6 principle for designing is very useful for blogging.
thank you for sharing.
May 27, 2015 | Unregistered Commenterpoonam
I think these design basic pricipals appeal to us because they occur in nature. So... I reckon the creator is one heck of a designer. Look at the moon and starry sky where you'll see repetition and dominance. A mountain horizon...line and weight. A tree etc.... Nicepost. I will save it and it will come in handy. Thank you.
May 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterTL McCoy

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