Unity and Variety: branding, logo examples.
Scale and Proportion: Pattern Design Stamp design
Scale and Proportion + Repetition and Rhythm: Hotel design
Unity and Variety + Balance + Contrast: Packaging
Scale and Proportion + Repetition and Rhythm : Packaging 2
Repetition and Rhythm + Balance: Illustrative Poster Design
Visual Hierarchy + Repetition/Rhythm: Infographic Design:
- A logo represents a company’s identity and has the difficult task of making a statement while at the same time providing continuity of brand. What makes an effective and powerful logo?
Lets talk about these logos, which Principles of Design can you identify?
And this link for trends in 2019 logo design
Pop quiz: Can you identify these Principles of Design in iconic logo designs?
Check out theJaffe Center at FAU – a magical place where Artist Books live.
See their Artists Book Collection here
When things open back up, Id encourage you to go there in person to see some beautifully designed books, old type presses, broadsides, wood type and inspiration for poster design. This is your graphic design history field trip!
Hey students, see you on Blackboard Collaborate at 9 a.m.! Don’t forget to submit your “Mark Making” assignment to the Google Drive. We will be talking about your first assignment.