Unformatted text preview: Figure-ground – Dividing visual displays into figure and ground is a fundamental way in which people organize visual perceptions. The figure is the thing being looked at and the ground is the background against which it stands. Proximity – Things that are near one another seem to belong together. Similarity – People tend to group stimuli that are similar. Good continuation – The principle of continuity reflects people’s tendency to follow in whatever direction they’ve been led. Closure – People often group elements to create a sense of closure, or completeness....
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