Pre-Attentive Attributes

Meagan Longoria continues her discussion of design concepts with pre-attentive attributes:

Four preattentive visual properties have been defined:

  • Color (intensity, hue)

  • Form (orientation, line length, line width, size, shape, curvature, enclosure, added marks)

  • Spatial Positioning (2-D position)

  • Movement

Good information, and then Meagan ties it to Power BI.

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