People will group together elements that are moving or pointing in the same direction.
Humans group elements when they are connected to each other.
Elements will be perceived as a group if they are enclosed in the same region.
Humans identify if elements are in the foreground (as figures) or in the background (as ground).
Humans are more comfortable with symmetric elements as asymmetry triggers a sense of unbalance.
The attention of the viewer is first captured by whatever element stands out visually.
People tend to group elements that look like each other or follow a similar pattern.
The human brain will fill in any gaps or connect the dots to complete images or shapes that are implied.
Human eye will follow the smoothest path when viewing lines, regardless of how the lines were actually drawn.
The tendency for people to group elements that are near each other.
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