Concord; harmony; conjunction; agreement; uniformity; as, a unity of proofs; unity of doctrine.
In dramatic composition, one of the principles by which a uniform tenor of story and propriety of representation are preserved; conformity in a composition to these; in oratory, discourse, etc., the due subordination and reference of every part to the development of the leading idea or the eastablishment of the main proposition.
Such a combination of parts as to constitute a whole, or a kind of symmetry of style and character.
A principle of art and design concerned with the arrangement of the elements of an artwork to create a coherent whole.
In landscape design, unity is the effective use of elements in a design to convey a theme. Unity is achieved by implementing a design consistently over a landscape, by mass planting or repetition. Whereas balance is a term of comparison between two segments of a landscape, unity pertains to the overall picture of a landscape. Unity has been achieved when the viewer senses that all the individual elements of a landscape fit together to form a coherent theme.
a sense of 'wholeness' or 'relatedness' achieved through various techniques such as repetition, gradation, alternation, or radiation of visual qualities.
in advertising design and layout, the principle that all components and elements of an advertising execution should be uniform or related to one another to achieve full impact, or synergistic effect; see balance, contrast, emphasis, flow, gaze motion, and harmony.
and organization of parts so that all contributed to a coherent whole. It is the combined result of all principles of design.
All the elements in an essay contributing to developing a single idea or thesis. A paragraph is unified when each sentence contributes to developing a central thought.
A principle of design that relates to the sense of oneness or wholeness in a work of art.
The appearance of similarity, consistency, or oneness. Interrelational factors that cause various elements to appear as part of a complete form.
A principle of design referring to the arrangement of a work in which all parts seem interrelated.
the smallest whole number or a numeral representing this number; "he has the one but will need a two and three to go with it"; "they had lunch at one"
That all component parts of a work of art are combined in such a way that the final result is a whole.
a feature of good composition in which visual elements co-exist in a pleasing tension or harmony.
A principle of design which is the quality of having all parts look as if they belong together; achieved by proximity or repetition.
The wholeness and oneness of a work of art
refers to the visual quality of wholeness or oneness that is achieved through effective use of the elements of art and principles of design
The result of bringing the elements of art into appropriate ratio between harmony and variety to give a sense of oneness. Unity: color, texture, shapes, and value are used to create unity. Visual unity is one of the most important aspects of well-designed art and is planned by the artist. Unity provides the cohesive quality that makes an art work feel complete and finished. When all the elements in a work look as though they belong together, the artist has achieved unity.
A principle of design that refers to the overall harmony of the landscape and how well the various components work together.
The spiritual oneness and harmony whose realization is a primary objective of a meeting for worship or a meeting for business.
The state of being united into a whole.
An important design consideration. When creating a design, it is important that all parts appear as if they belong together. This is unity. In order to achieve this, a designer can control the type style by using only one style. Further, he or she employs only a few different shapes, as too many shapes can be confusing. See also BALANCE GOLDEN RATIO RHYTHM
A feeling of completeness is created by the use of elements in the artwork.
When all elements in a design are consistent and look as though they belong together.
The arrangement of elements and principles of art to create a feeling of completeness or wholeness
A quality of good writing that goes beyond coherence to an overall sense of completion. A writer achieves unity when the reader feels that not a word need be added to (or taken away from) the essay.
The degree to which a film's parts relate systematically to each other and provide motivations for all the elements used.
the way in which the components of a story relate to each other and to the story as a whole so that it makes overall emotional or thematic sense.
How well the entire design comes together to form one landscape. All aspects of the landscape should complement one another rather than compete for attention.
exists in an essay when all ideas originate from and help support a central thesis statement. Usage
A principle of art and design concerned with the arrangement of one or more of the elements used to create a coherence of parts and a feeling of completeness or wholeness.
Total visual effect in a composition achieved by the careful blending of the elements of art and the principles of design.
Wegener brand of digital IRD family that incorporates elements of video, audio and/or data. A platform that unifies the elements into one converging product-line.
The feeling of wholeness in a dance achieved when all of the parts work well together.
Arrangement of elements and principles with media to create a feeling of wholeness or completeness.