The just adaptation of parts to each other, in any system or combination of things, or in things intended to form a connected whole; such an agreement between the different parts of a design or composition as to produce unity of effect; as, the harmony of the universe.
in advertising design and layout, the principle relating to the compatibility of all the elements comprising an advertisement; e.g., the type face and type size of the copy should be compatible or “fit” with the type face and type size used in the headline. See balance, contrast, emphasis, flow, gaze motion, and unity.
refers to a way of combining elements of art in order to accent their similarities and join the aspects of a composition into a cohesive whole.
visual unity of a design created by a tasteful relationship among all parts within the whole.
a harmonious state of things in general and of their properties (as of colors and sounds); congruity of parts with one another and with the whole
"Combination or adaptation of parts, elements, or related things so as to form a consistent and orderly whole."
in color, an acetic arrangement of parts to form a pleasing whole.
a combination of parts into a pleasing or orderly whole: congruity; a state of agreement of proportionate arrangement of form, line, color, and texture.
In landscaping terms, harmony is a term used to describe the design created by pleasing combination of all elements present in the landscape
Principle of art that stresses the similarities of all parts of a composition.
The quality of relating the visual elements of a composition. Harmony is achieved by repetition of characteristics that are the same or similar. these cohesive factors create pleasing interaction.
A principle of design achieved by having a pleasing combination of all the elements of design.
The unity of all the visual elements of a composition achieved by repetition of the same characteristics.
is when the elements work together to achieve a pleasing and flowing design.
Combining the elements of art to accent their similarities
A corn-like food eaten by people with accents (see above for definition of accent).
A principle of art and design concerned with the blending of one or more of the elements in a work of art to create a pleasing effect, balance, symmetry, and a composed appearance.
A pleasing arrangement of elements that compliment each other and in balance visually.
The principle of design that combines elements in a work of art to emphasize the similarities of separate but related parts.
Blending the elements in a pleasing way.
Where the elements of a work combine into an aesthetically pleasing whole. See the Composition and Design forum.