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(14)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Feb 18, 2010
Duration
1h 55m
Description

In this series of lessons, we'll explore four different types of design elements that you as a designer can incorporate into your own projects. We'll begin by learning about a few basic types of shapes and some ways that we can incorporate them into our own work. Then, we'll explore some methods of modifying basic shapes to create a more advanced and focused form. Next, we'll learn about line and how it can be used as either a divider or a border element within a composition. From there we'll move on and learn about a few basic types of image, including photographs, illustrations, and background imagery. Finally, we'll learn about using type as a design element that can contribute to the overall communication of a design.

About the author
About the author

Eddie is a content producer for Unity as well as a seasoned shading, texturing, lighting and rendering artist. He takes pride in helping creative professionals reach their learning goals.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction and Project Overview
Hello, and welcome to this series of lessons dedicated to the elements of graphic design, presented by Digital Tutors, an Adobe authorized training partner. My name is Eddie, and together we'll explore four different types of design element that you as a designer can incorporate into your own projects. We'll begin by learning about a few basic types of shape and some ways that we can incorporate these shapes into our own work. Then we'll explore some methods of modifying basic shapes to create a more advanced and focused form. Next we'll learn about line, and how it can be used as either a divider or a border element within a composition. From there we'll move on and learn about a few basic types of image, including photographs, illustrations and background imagery. Finally we'll learn about using type as a design element that can contribute to the overall communication of a design. By incorporating these design elements into your own work and creating dynamic relationships between them, you as a designer will be able to create effective and understandable designs that communicate with your specific target audience. So let's go ahead and get started in our next lesson.