Scale – 1. A system of ordered marks at fixed intervals used as a reference. 2. An instrument or device used in such measurement. 3. A calibrated line, as on a map or architectural drawing. 4. A progressive classification of size, amount importance, or rank.
Contrast – 1. To set in opposition in order to show or emphasize differences. 2. A striking dissimilarity between things being compared. 3. The use of opposing elements such as color, forms or lines in proximity to produce an intensified effect.
Hierarchy – 1. Body of elements arranged according to rank, authority or capacity. 2. A body of entities arranged in a graded series. 3. Clergy arranged in successive ranks.
Tension – 1. The condition of being stretched tight. 2. Mental strain; intense nervous anxiety. 3. A force tending to produce elongation or extension. 4. Strained relations between person; uneasy suspense.
Balance – 1. A weighing device consisting of a horizontal beam with pans of equal eight on each end. 2. A stable state characterized by cancellation of all forces by equal opposing forces 3. A stable mental or psychological state. 4. Equality of totals in the credit and debit sides of account.
Symmetry – 1. An exact correspondence between the opposite halves of a figure, form, line or pattern. 2. Beauty or harmony of form resulting from a symmetrical or nearly symmetrical arrangement of parts. 3. Due or right proportion.
Asymmetry – 1. the quality or state of being asymmetric
Orientation – 1. The act of orienting or the state of being oriented.
Density – 1. The degree to which anything is filled or occupied. 2. The amount of something per unit measure. 3. Thickness of consistency; impenetrability
Pattern – 1. An archetype; an ideal worthy of imitation. 2. A plan, diagram or model to be followed when making things. 3. A representative ample; specimen. 4. To cover or ornament with a design.
Progression – 1.the act of progressing; forward or onward movement.
Rhythm – 1. Any kind of movement characterized by the regular recurrence of strong and weak elements. 2. Non random variation, especially uniform or regular variation in a process. 3. The effect of recurring or repetitious lines, colors, forms, etc. 4. In music, the specific arrangements of accents and the relative duration of sounds.
Weight – 1. A measure of the heaviness or mass of an object. 2. The Gravitational force exerted by the earth or another celestial body on an object. 3. Influence, importance, authority.
Proximity – 1. Being near or next to closeness. 2. Referring to the closeness of elements