Want to spice up your designs? This video will certainly help, where we'll take you through the 11 Visual Hierarchy principles to help you take your designs to the next level!
What makes a great design? Even amateurs and who consider themselves complete non-designers can create effective compositions by prioritizing their content. What is the most important element of your design? What do you want audiences to notice second or third?
Visual hierarchy is a method of organizing design elements in order of importance. In other words, it’s a set of principles that influence the order in which we notice what we see.
Utilizing certain hierarchy principles can help even non-designers create successful visual presentations that are both efficient and effective. While the precise number of hierarchy principles varies greatly depending on the source, we’ve divided them into the following concepts,
These principles include: Size and Scale, Perspective, Color and Contrast, Typography, Proximity, use of Negative Space, Alignment, Rules of Odds, using Repetition, Leading with Lines, and Rule of Thirds.
These golden rules help us compose designs that are aesthetically pleasing and attract the right attention and can be followed by anyone without design experience to help you take your boring Powerpoints, Reports, Graphics, and pretty much any type of visual etc.. to a whole new level that you can be proud of.
Watch the video and if you want to learn more about each principle visit our our blog: https://blog.visme.co/visual-hierarchy/