Author: Maria Tucker

In this lesson, you will learn about the Balance principle.

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Terms to Know
Asymmetrical Balance

Asymmetrical Balance is when elements of different size and shape may be distributed unevenly with a de-centered axis.


Balance is a design principle that provides equilibrium to the placement of elements.

Symmetrical Balance

Symmetrical balance is when elements of equal size and shape are evenly distributed on both sides of the central axis.