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THE RULE OF THIRDS

THE RULE OF THIRDS

The Rule Of Thirds

The Rule Of Thirds originates from photography – it creates an imaginary grid on your screen with four key intersection points, which help you to correctly frame your images

The Rule Of Thirds: A Design Rule In Visual Arts

When viewing slides, people’s eyes naturally head to the intersection points, rather than to the center.  By matching key points of visual interest onto intersection points and aligning content along the intersection lines, your slides become more naturally balanced.


Imagery Examples


























Slide Examples

Adhering to the grid ensures harmonious slide design, and makes your slides easier on the eye to view.

The elements in the following slides are aligned in accordance with both the intersection points and the intersection lines.

The images are placed in the correct position. Text is then added using the grid, which ensures that the layout of the slide content is consistent with the design rule. This provides the optimum viewing experience for the audience:

















The Rule Of Thirds

The Rule Of Thirds originates from photography – it creates an imaginary grid on your screen with four key intersection points, which help you to correctly frame your images





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