Similarity: We tend to put things that looks similar in to a group
Continuation: When the eye is lead from one spot to another
Proximity: Our eyes will perceive things that are placed closer to each other as a group
Closure: Occurs when the object of the figure is incomplete, our eyes still can perceive as what it is
Figure/Ground: the relationship between the positive and negative space. Our eyes identify objects according to the object’s surroundings. The figure is the foreground, and the ground is the background.
Proximity: objects that are close together tend to group themselves together
Similarity: similar objects that are close also tend to form a group
Continuance: it is the idea that the eyes continues at a distance until something significant disrupts the flow
Closure: when an object or space is not completely enclosed, the enough shape indicated, one would tend to perceive it whole without the missing space.
Figure ground: how form (ground) relates to the format (ground)
Closure: When our minds perceive a complete image/form even when some of the pieces of that image/form are missing.
Proximity: When shapes/forms are placed near each other our minds tend to perceive them as a group.
Figure/Ground: The mind differentiates an object from the area around it (negative space).
Continuance: When the eye is lead from one object off the page or from one object to another object.
Similarity: When objects look similar and have a similar form the mind will group them.