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Atrial Cross

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Atrial Cross

Atrial Cross is a type of design pattern that is used to divide a sequence of elements into distinct sections. It uses four lines that divide a given space into four sections and thus allows for a greater range of variation within the sections. This design pattern can be used to create interesting and complex designs and layouts, as the four lines can be used to connect, divide and even overlap elements. Furthermore, Atrial Cross also creates a visual hierarchy within the design, allowing viewers to easily identify and distinguish between different elements.

design pattern, sequence elements, four lines, divide space, variation, visual hierarchy, complex designs, layouts, identify elements.

Ji-Soo Park

CITATION : "Ji-Soo Park. 'Atrial Cross.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on March 27, 2023)"

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