Whether it be a brand brief to align your companies goals, objectives and voice, or creative elements that help support your mission, MaKenzieNoelle Creative is here to help complete the picture of your business. 78 more words
This close-up, low-angle shot shows scale and emphasis on the statue as well as highlighting the dots used in the building in the background.
These metal fittings by the windows of the KTC are perfect examples of lines, shape, and dots.
This lightpole is a close-up and shows emphasis on the PSU sign on the lightpole. It uses lines and slight texture to give off the appearance of the lightpole.
A wide-angle shot of the courtyard using the rule of odds to unify the dot shapes in the top of the building. There is also good color in the foliage.
This close-up shot shows not only texture, but scale, and has been staged slightly.
This shot shows the storm refuge area up ahead. It uses lines as a design element as well as balance, and is arranged to show both sides.
This shot shows the name and a view of the KTC Courtyard. It’s a wide-angle shot with proportion used, as well as showing texture on the sign and use of an angle to make the top of the sign straighter.
A green metal structure underneath a staircase in the KTC. This shows the usage of lines, color, and texture. The picture is also in portrait style.
This wide shot of flags brings your attention to the Kansas flag because of the rule of odds. It also shows lines and variety as well as color.
These three bikes by the KTC entrance are kept together by the lines keeping them together as well as the similar shape and odd-numbered pattern linking them together.
Below is a guest post on the topic of what to do with your bathroom walls. Of course consideration needs to be made to the moisture rich environment, who the primary users are, and what your preferred design style is. 650 more words