CA01 Design principles (and a note about reading the task description)

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The first course assignment had due date last friday, and I’ve been working as a champ in order to finish it in time. The task was about design principles and how the way humans process visual input. In the 1920s, German phsycologists identified some principles to explain visual processing. These are called Gestalt principles.

I explored 8 of them and illustrated 3 of them – first on paper and then in illustrator. I spent huge amount of time on the latter, only to later discover that this was not a part of the delivery. Neither was a report created in Adobe Indesign. I did both.

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