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Jun
22
comment Why do we prefer visually aligned objects?
I asked this question and got a great reference which has led me to a few more articles once I knew more about what to search for: cogsci.stackexchange.com/questions/522/…
Jun
20
comment What concepts of perception should designers be aware of when designing?
Thanks I got it now. I'm going to mark this as an answer on Friday if user568458 doesn't post his/hers by then. Just want to give him/her a chance since s/he helped get the question reopened. And those books do look very good and as soon as I can afford to I plan to order them.
Jun
20
comment What concepts of perception should designers be aware of when designing?
That link doesn't go anywhere? I tried at work the other day and just got around to trying at home thinking maybe its the old OS. Not sure why people are upvoting it unless I'm missing something. I looked around the site a bit and didn't find any open access articles.
Jun
11
comment What concepts of perception should designers be aware of when designing?
Thanks everyone and user568458 especially! If you post it as an answer I'll accept it.
Mar
3
comment What concepts of perception should designers be aware of when designing?
@Comptrol I'm working on that, I was in a very long chat conversation and no definitive solution was found for asking.
Mar
2
comment What concepts of perception should designers be aware of when designing?
What list or poll? I asked for one clear question as you just said "Please provide me with good references for visual perception pertaining to graphic design" I included spatial perception because I think the two go together but it certainly isn't multiple questions. It was however multiple questions AFTER Josh edited it and it became a question for references AND a question about how light is viewed by the human eye which I again never even asked. I would still like an answer to my question.
Mar
2
comment What concepts of perception should designers be aware of when designing?
Josh, you completely changed and edited my question to be something entirely different. I don't at all appreciate this and if I could downgrade you for doing it I would. My question was for general references and nothing specific to why colors are perceived differently. That was a completely different question by a completely different user. I also find it interesting that my thread was deemed unworthy to be discussed on the GD board but that one remains.