Using border styles to add rhythm and repetition


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Using border styles to add rhythm and repetition

The next principle of design we will explore is rhythm and repetition, which has to do with how objects are placed within a web layout and the overall flow of your design. Rhythm and repetition occurs when one or more elements in a design are repeated often enough to create a visual rhythm. When considering this principle, it might be helpful to think of it in terms of music. For instance, you might have a base line and a melody, each having its own distinct beat and flow.

Similarly in design, there can be an underlying structure paired with free flowing design elements. At its core, rhythm and repetition helps to establish visual interest in a design. And it often happens naturally when you repeat similar elements, either regularly or irregularly within your layout. Rhythm can be regular with even intervals flowing like a series of geometric or organic shapes. Or it can be progressive, where the elements grow or shrink in some way, such as size, position, or color.

In fact, some degree of variation of r...

Using border styles to add rhythm and repetition
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Using border styles to add rhythm and repetition provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Sue Jenkins as part of the Design Aesthetics for Web Design

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