Design Principles - Variety

Variety provides contrast to harmony and unity

If this is harmony,

then variety might be something like this.

Variety consists of the differences in objects that add interest to a visual image.

Variety can be achieved by using opposites or strong contrasts.

Changing the size, point of view, and angle of a single object can add variety and interest to a visual image.

Breaking a repeating pattern can enliven a visual image.

Variety is the last design principle.