NHS Designs

Definition
rep·e·ti·tion
noun
the act of doing or performing again

Design Principles
Alignment

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Repetition helps organize the information; it helps guide the reader through the pages; it helps unify disparate parts of the design. Even on a one-page document, repetitive elements establish a sophisticated continuity and can "tie the whole thing together." If you are creating several one-page documents that are part of a comprehensive package, it is critical that you employ repetition.

 

example

Repetitions:

  • Bold typeface
  • Light typeface
  • Square bullets
  • Indents
  • Spacing Alignments

Besides having strong repetitive elements that make it very clear exactly what is going on here, this person might also want to incorporate one or more of these elements into the design of his cover letter.

 

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Source: The Non-Designer's Design Book by Robin Williams


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