A design that makes use of symmetrical shapes or forms.
Symmetry vs Asymmetry
What is Symmetry of Design?
John Spacey, updated on August 23, 2016
Symmetry is a design approach that makes opposite sides of something the same. It is associated with the use of symmetrical shapes such as rectangles or circles. The term is also used for a design that has a feel of being balanced.The opposite approach, asymmetry is associated with the use of contrasting elements and irregular shapes in designs that may nonetheless be balanced.
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