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The whole creates a steady flow of direction.The whole is perceived as complete, even if some information is missing.The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.The whole is greater than each part.RATIONALEThe Gestalt theory is based of the central idea of the whole being greaterthan the sum of its parts. The whole can't be greater than each part becausethen the part would be the focus, rather than the whole. The whole beingperceived as complete, even with information missing (Law of Closure), isone principle of the Gestalt theory, but not the central concept. Similarly, thewhole creating a steady flow of direction (Law of Common Fate) is a principleof the Gestalt theory, but not the central concept.CONCEPT
Gestalt Theory8Which of the following design elements can be used to createtexture?
Dot, shape, and lineRATIONALEDot, shape, and lineare design elements shown in texture. These two-dimensional elements can be used in repeating intervals to create patternsthat make up surface activity. Texture does not dependent on value, form orshape to create the appearance of surface activity.CONCEPTTexture9If Roslyn loved the beautiful hues in the sunset last evening, whatwas it specifically that she loved?RATIONALE
If Roslyn loved thehuesin the sunset,she loved the colorsin the sky.Hue is another word for color (e.g., red hue, blue hue, golden hue).Saturation refers to the intensity of hues, while patterns are elements thatare arranged or repeat consistently.CONCEPTColor10Which of the following best defines visual communications?A process by which an image conveys an idea or message to an audience inorder to inform, sell, persuade, educate or entertain.
A process by which an image sells an idea or message to an audience.A process by which an image transmits a message to a receiver.A process by which an image focuses on the viewer's personal interpretationand prior experience.RATIONALEVisual communications is the umbrella term that encompasses the theoriesof the perceptual, sensory and transmission models. It is a process by whichan image conveys an idea or message in order to inform, sell, persuade,educate or entertain an audience.CONCEPTVisual Communications11Which of the following best defines dot?

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