Elements – colour, texture, shape/form, line, space, value/tone.
Principles – repetition, radial balance, rhythm, movement, contrast, unity/harmony, proportion, variety, asymmetrical balance, symmetrical balance,
Texture – refers to the look or feel of a surface.
Contrast/Emphasis – differences between elements (size, colour, shape).
Unity/Harmony – similarities between at least one of the elements.
Line – begins with a dot, creates a track or path.
Colour – refers to the hues, values.
Variety – shapes may be repeated.
Movement – repetition of identical or similar elements.
Rhythm – include simple, alternating and progressive.
Shape/form – 2 dimensional or 3 dimensional.
Space – the distance between two points.
Repetition – one element occurs more than once.
Value/tone – different shade, tints of a colour.
Balance – radial, symmetrical, asymmetrical – balanced from a centre point, each side is different but equally weighed, we feel uneasy.