The art or the science of drawing; esp. of drawing according to mathematical rules, as in perspective, projection, and the like.
information displayed as pictures or images instead of text
Anything visually displayed on a computer that is not text. Reference
Any computer-generated image or illustration produced on a screen, paper, or film.
Information presented in the form of pictures or images.
visual devices employed to enhance the impact of the other elements of an advertisement and to make the total design and effect more eye-catching, interesting, and stimulating; involve shape, dimension, and placement of the various elements in an advertisement, including illustrations, color, typefaces, and other elements; see art. grassroots marketing see stealth marketing and street marketing.
(n) A mode of communication using spatial/geometric representations.
Graphics are images such as clip art, word art, graphs, and charts.
Visuals work, although the download time has got to be workable.
Information stored as a picture. PTWin32 allows you to add graphic images to parcel, permit, and code enforcement records.
(also known as images or digital images) pictures for computers. The term graphics is often used to refer to images that are not photographs. If the graphics are Web images, they are usually jpeg (jpg) or gif files. If the graphics are for printing, they are commonly PICT, TIFF, EPS, BMP, QuickTime files.
Communicative elements Color, copy, art, photographs, translates, etc., used to illustrate a booth theme or décor.
drawing, text, and images in a window.
The method or process of solving problems by means of drawing lines.
Pictorial poetry and prose
Includes pictographs, typography and some types of text, as well as symbols, photographs and geometric designs. Graphics are visual elements used to point readers and viewers to particular information.
Any presentation of data in visual form.
The non-type parts of a book such as drawings, illustrations, photographs, charts, etc. that are used to enhance the content of a book.
Photographs and other types of images.
A generic term applied not only to line drawings, but also to all categories of original prints.
visual arts, usually two dimensional, either computer generated or using more conventional forms Computer graphics have been used as a tool in manufacturing for over 25 years.
Computer-generated art and illustrations.
Non photographic visual elements such as titles, logos, or other elements composited with the image.
photographs or other visual representations in a printed publication; "the publisher was responsible for all the artwork in the book"
the drawings and photographs in the layout of a book
a custom logo design company that is focused on creating your perfect corporate logo
an Independent Digital Type Foundry which specializes in Font and Logo Design
Graphics are the elements on a web page that we perceive visually independently if they are in colour or black and white. We usually think of graphics as photos although they could very well be graphic representations of text.
A form of artistic expression, usually on paper, through emphasis on lines, marks, or printed letters rather than on color. It includes everything from drawing through print-making of all kinds including the art of typesetting and book design. It also refers to illustrations, diagrams or designs accompanying printed matter.
Digitised images, either photographs or artwork, as opposed to text.
Images, such as photographs, clipart, buttons, icons, and animations that have a gif or jpeg file extension. Graphics are an integral part of web pages, and are used in many ways to improve the function, aesthetics, and "feel" of a site. Graphics can be static or animated.
Non-textual matter such as illustrations, diagrams, photographs, graphs, and maps. Popular magazines (in contrast with scholarly journals) usually contain graphic material in abundance.
Images and animations in computer programs. Most common file formats on the internet are .gif and .jpeg.
An electronic picture or design.
the process or art of drawing in accordance with mathematical rules; design and decoration involving typography
In computer language, the ability of a program to produce illustrations.
Visuals prepared for a television camera, such as logos, lower thirds, charts, and graphs.
Diagrams and illustrations, or the presentation of information in the form of diagrams and illustrations as opposed to words and numbers.
Everything seen on a web page that is not text based, including pictures and illustration. There are basically two types of graphics for computers, vector graphics (object -based) that use computer algorithms to describe the shape, and raster graphics (bitmaps), that define the shape pixel by pixel.
writing, drawing, printing, decorating etc. on a flat surface
Transmission of still images, usually from a video source, but in some cases PC-generated.
Pictures, images, or drawings
Any picture, clipart or logo.
Pictures or image s, either scanned for online use or created with graphics software. Graphic file format s include GIF, JPEG, BMP, PCX, and TIFF.
Designs and pictures created and used by the computer and user to illustrate computer documents.
drawings, diagrams, or charts
Pictures on a computer screen.
Image files used on the Web. These are predominantly either GIF or JPEG format.
Any design element that is composited over or animated into video/film. Text floated over picture is a graphic element. Shapes and animated elements are also graphics.
The design and decoration of the exterior surfaces of a package, and the use of the photographic and printing techniques which are employed in labeling and decorating packages.
All two-dimensional visuals prepared for a television camera, such as title cards, charts, and graphs.
A picture or still image generated on a computer. There are two basic types of computer-generated graphics: object-oriented graphics (vector graphics) and bitmapped graphics (raster graphics).
Text, symbols and line segments drawn in color on the McIDAS-X Image Window.
The pictures that computers display. Not text, but just about everything else.
Applying images and text to a box by one of several methods.
The term “Graphics” shall mean graphics used in connection with the Customer Web Page, including (without limitations) illustrations, pictorials, animation, pictures, diagrams, representations, graphics, screen displays, letters, fonts, icons, flow-charts, and drawings.
A picture, photo or otherwise complex art form that is usually in color.
Illustrations for television or film; generally consist of drawings, logos, charts, or mounted photographs on camera cards or slides, and computer generated animation.
Images such as symbols, drawings, diagrams, photographs and clip art.
Pictures displayed by a computer.
A picture defined in terms of graphic primitives and graphic attributes.
(1) Information which is not character-related, such as maps, charts, graphs, and all photographs and pictorial representations. In order to be storable in a database, graphics must be digitized using a scanner. This produces a series of dots which can be handled by a computer but requires large amounts of storage space unless compressed (see Compression). (2) Graphics are basically pictures, and are one of two types of data which can be created, stored, retrieved and manipulated by a computer. The other is text. For example, the text of a document may be stored, or a graphical representation (digital picture) of the document can be stored. (7/96)
Pictures as used in Internet documents are normally in either GIF or JPEG format. Hypertext documents do not actually contain the graphics seen on the page, rather the graphic is specified by filename (and optionally path) and loaded by the browser separately to the text of the document. Thus you can speed up your browsing by turning pictures off. The snag is that some pages use graphics extensively as important links or aspects of the page and give no text alternatives. There are various symbols used to indicate where a graphic should appear but for some reason does not, and sometimes the author of the page supplies a text alternative describing what the graphic should contain.
A catch-all term for anything involving drawing images on a PC screen. A game with great graphics is one that is visually spectacular.
Pictures or images, either scanned for online use or created with Graphics software. Graphic file formats include GIF, JPEG, BMP, PCX, and TIFF. » Back to top of screen
Pictures or still images generated on a computer. There are two basic types of computer-generated graphics: object-oriented (vector) graphics and bitmapped (raster) graphics. Graphics may also be short for graphic arts, including the creation, modification, and printing of visual works.
A hardware/software capability to display objects in pictures, rather than words, usually on a graphic (CRT) display terminal with line-drawing capability and permitting interaction, such as the use of a light pen.
maps, statistical graphs and tables, photographs, supers or any combination thereof. See also GFX
Images and pictures.
Any image, possibly but not necessarily including images of letters. Graphics differs from text is that the former can only be manipulated as a picture, not as words. For example, the spelling of text can be checked by computer, but not the spelling in a graphics file. Likewise, one can change the font used to print a text file, but not a graphics files. There are many standards for graphics files, including PostScript, GIF and JPEG. See also text.
all the non-text content of a website, including banners, buttons and logos if image-based
Color photographs, illustrations or drawings to enhance the publication's image Graphs, charts, tables, other graphics to enhance or illustrate the article
Communicative elements: color, copy, art, photographs, translites, etc. used to illustrate a booth theme or decor.
Images and text, often combined to promote a pictorial idea or concept. Sometimes to enforce a brand or department identity, but most often to illustrate course content visually.
Some call them pretty pictures or decorations. And some would be shortsighted and wrong. Catalyst Exhibits terms graphics as communicative elements—color, copy, art, photographs, translites, etc.—used to illustrate a booth theme and to enhance the overall brand experience.
Diagrams, charts or graphs either on a screen or printed out.
As opposed to beam effects that are seen in the open-air, laser graphics are projected on to surfaces. Graphics can be representational (text, logos) or abstract.
Any form of pictures or lines that can be displayed on screen or printed out
The pictures, borders, illustrations—everything on a Web page that is not text-based—are graphics. Anything that is produced using a graphics program, even a text title, is considered a graphical element, because it is formatted differently than the plain text that follows it.
Visual elements that supplement type to make printed messages more clear or interesting.
graphics: Allows you to embed illustrations and graphs into a document. Some word processors let you create the illustrations within the word processor; others let you insert an illustration produced by a different program.
Pictures displayed on a computer, but not text.
Diagrams, pictures, and electronic images and their use to convey a message.
Images such as titles, sketches, or pictures either hand drawn or created on computer, used in video program.
Also called wallpaper or screen savers, these are photos and pictures which can be downloaded to your phone to personalize the face of your phone.
In web terms graphics describe pictures (opposite to text).
In web terms: graphics describe pictures (as opposed to text).
Information, which is not character-related, such as maps, charts, graphs, and all photographs and pictorial representations. Computer graphics are any types of images created using any kind of computer. Close
a software program you use to enhance documents with pictures and images
(from Gr. grafein, meaning to engrave, draw.) Generic term used to denote the various drawing and printing arts. Printmaking methods are divided according to technique into letterpress (e.g. autotype), intaglio (of which gravure is one) and planographic processes (e.g. offset) The most orthodox graphic artists still insist that the printing plates used for art graphics must be drawn by hand.
Art and other visual elements - enhance message.
Any document, illustration, diagram etc that is to be displayed via the document camera.
Two- or three-dimensional images, typically drawings or photographs. See also GIF and PNG.
Digitized pictures and computer-generated images.
The term used to indicate anything other than text on a document e.g.- photos, drawings, diagrams and graphs.
A type of data created from such fundamental drawing units such as lines, curves, polygons, and so forth.
All visual materials such as artwork, charts, maps and still photos.
Art and other visual elements used to make messages more clear.
For the purposes of this glossary, graphics are one of the three types of data that can be created, stored retrieved and manipulated (the other two are text and documents). Graphics are basically pictures and drawings, either created by computer or entered into the computer by scanning or photographing. See vector graphics, raster graphics and bit map for more.
Graphics are visual presentations on some surface such as a wall, canvas, computer screen, paper, or stone to brand, inform, illustrate, or entertain. Examples are photographs, drawings, Line Art, graphs, diagrams, typography, numbers, symbols, geometric designs, maps, engineering drawings, or other s. Graphics often combines text, illustration, and color.