Thursday, March 8, 2007

Quiet Structure

Design View / Andy Rutledge -- July 5 2007

"Quiet structure is achieved when you de–emphasize the structural elements; the containing boxes, structural lines, bullets, structural color elements, etc… and bring a rhythmical consistency to the layout. The result is that the content becomes more conspicuous and the overall clarity of presentation is greatly enhanced."

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