Design ElementsReviewThe Final Exam will cover vocabulary, techniques, and concepts you've studied this semester. The FinalExam will include matching, fillintheblank, and true/false questions. There will be no essay questions.Design:A planned, thoughtful arrangement of elementsDesign ElementsThe design elements are as follows:●Picture Plane:This is the area or format designated for the image; this includes landscape,portrait, bleed, and vignette.●Positive Space:This is the area occupied or inhabited by the image's shapes.●Negative Space:Negative space is the "empty" area between or around the shapes.●Point:The smallest area of visual attraction in a composition indicating position. A point can beactual or implied.●Line:A series of repeated points (or a point in motion) forms a line. Line is an essential elementused to create and represent form. Line can also represent surface characteristics and imply amood or state of being.●Form:The path of a plane in motion, form may include tone, texture, pattern, and so forth. Formrefers to the shape and structure of an object.●Pattern/Texture:This designation includes the tactile surface characteristics of a shape—rough,smooth, furry, woven, and so forth, or a planned repetition of shapes that create a pattern.ValueReview●Valueis the perceived amount of lightness or darkness.●Our perception of any given value will change depending on which types of values surround it. Forexample, a value will look lighter if surrounded by dark values, and viceversa.