Visual communication design can be traced back to the mid-19th century. And this happens to be the predecessor of "graphic design" and "graphic design". This design, which is expressed and communicated based on visual media, has changed in the subsequent development process. Therefore, "visual communication design" and "graphic design" can be compatible. "Graphic design" has a relatively clear definition, that is, the design activities in the plane space... ("The History of Modern Graphic Design in the World"). The visual communication design mentioned here can be said to be an "upgraded version" of graphic design, because it is more intuitive and emotional.
What the two have in common is the application of the Image Manipulation Service most basic design elements. 2 Interaction between visual communication and graphic design elements 2.1 Forming a visual language In graphic design elements, a line is definitely a representative, as any symbol of connection of individual or multiple points, which has various expressions, such as horizontal line, vertical line, inclined line, zigzag line, curve and so on. These lines also feel very different, horizontal lines, vertical lines give a smooth feeling, while inclined lines, zigzag lines, curves are very dynamic.
Each thread has its own inner strength and rhythm. But only when it is applied in the process of organizing information, dividing areas, emphasizing words, and expressing emotions can it be truly reflected. And this process is the visual language displayed by the graphic design elements. Vision is the basic element of the existence of design. Modern design theory shows that graphic design more intensively reflects the pursuit of immediate visual effects. In short, visual communication has become an integral process in graphic design. Literature, film, dance, music and other arts have their own "language", so visual communication also has its own language.