Join Rob Garrott for an in-depth discussion in this video 034 Using negative space in designs, part of Design in Motion.
Hi! Rob Garrott here, and welcome to Design in Motion, the weekly series where we…explore important fundamentals in the world of motion graphics.…The principles of good design were formulated long before the idea of video…or motion graphics even existed, but really they transcend any sort of notions of format.…In this edition we're going to take a look at the ideas of negative space and…balance and how they can be used to make your designs more effective. Let's take a look.…Negative space is very important for design and it's something that we actually…take for granted because there is negative space in just about everything we do.…
Now this is a composition that has absolutely no negative space, it's a solid…block of color. And no negative space really isn't very useful for a design,…because you can't see anything except for that solid block of color.…So some negative space is necessary for us to even read objects on screen, and…so this composition has just a little bit of negative space, but that negative…
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