Visual hierarchy consists of the arrangement of all design elements in a manner that guides the viewer throughout the composition. Use these six essential techniques to take your design to the next level.
In graphic design, visual hierarchy refers to the presentation of elements within a composition in a way that prioritizes their importance. Arranging components based on importance guides the viewer through the design and ensures the message is clear and concise. You can make one portion of the design appear seemingly more important by adjusting its size, weight, spacing, position, color, or font style.
The purpose of hierarchy is to successfully convey information in a short amount of time. Without it, any composition can be difficult to read and comprehend,…
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