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Layout and Composition: Advanced Principles

Layout and Composition Advanced PrinciplesLayout and Composition: Advanced Principles

 

Layout and Composition: Advanced Principles : Build on what you learned in Graphic Design Foundations: Layout and Composition by taking a more advanced look at universal composition and layout principles. Instructor Sean Adams starts by teaching basic compositional elements, such as shape, color, and negative space. He then moves into advanced compositional topics, including how to use tension, scale, repetition, and hierarchy. After a look at proportion, he ends the course with a lesson on attributes. Learn about how minimalism can add interest to a composition, how to create a strong layout by cropping images and words in a somewhat unorthodox fashion, and more. Upon wrapping up this course, you’ll be equipped with techniques and concepts that can help you craft unexpected, visually intriguing design solutions.

Topics include:

  • Creating meaning with complex shapes
  • Using three-dimensional thinking
  • Maximizing the power of scale
  • How tension is created with dissimilar elements
  • Alternative layout processes
  • Minimalism and maximalism
  • Rhythm in sequential design

 

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