DesignFestival: Unity in Design

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Design theory describes unity as the way in which the different elements of a composition interact with one another. A unified layout is one that works as a whole rather than being identified as separate pieces. Take the monkeys below for example. Their similarity of shape (not to mention their sameness of color) enables them to be recognized as a group, rather than four disparate elements.

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DesignFestival: Unity in Design

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