Gestalt Principles are principles that describe how humans group similar elements, recognize patterns and simplify complex images when we perceive objects.
Gestalt is a German word which means shape or form.
Elements that are close together appear to be more related than things that are spaced farther apart.
Objects that look similar are perceived as being related.
Even when figures are incomplete, objects are perceived as complete.
Intersecting elements are perceived as one uninterrupted object.
Objects located in the same closed region are perceived as being grouped together.
Elements of similar shape, pattern, color, etc. are perceived as one.
Elements that are moving together are perceived as a unified group.
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