For some of the design works exposed to the outdoors, such as light boxes, bus body advertisements, stop signs and other graphic design parts, It should be bold to adopt new technologies to improve the durability of graphic design works. In this way, it is ensured that the visual aesthetic elements will not be lost due to the damage of the design materials in the process of using them. 2. Methods to improve the application effect of visual aesthetic elements in graphic design 1. Emphasize the reasonable collocation of color elements Color language is an important part of graphic design.
In the process of graphic design, the use of rich colors Photo Manipulation Services can not only make up for the dullness of pure text design in traditional design works, but also improve the liveliness of works and realize the feasibility of graphic design works. Readability improved. The use of reasonably matched visual aesthetic elements to design the graphic works is conducive to the realization of the overall harmony of the design works. For example, the design process of each country is the process in which designers use various unique colors to optimize the entire graphic design. The French flag is composed of three colors: red, white and blue. Among them, the area ratio of red: white: blue is 35:33:37, but we feel that the three colors have the same area.
This is because white gives people a feeling of expansion, while blue has a feeling of contraction. Therefore, the French flag is officially based on this design concept, and the harmony in design is realized. This is the process of graphic design. The aesthetic element of illusion enhances the immediate beauty contained in the design process of the work. 2. Pay attention to the integration of emotional expression in the design of works Under the construction of visual elements in aesthetics, graphic design works do not emphasize the integration of excessive design emotions in a single graphic area. In many cases, designers pay attention to the subtle influence of color changes on human vision.