The content of modern multi-dimensional graphic design mainly includes the following aspects: 2.1 Multidimensionality in space The spatial presentation forms of traditional graphic design works are mostly two-dimensional. Although this spatial dimension makes the information transmission more direct, it also restricts the artistic space of the design work, making the graphic design work more intuitive. Artistic expression is weakened. The introduction of multi-dimensionality in the space of graphic design is to enrich the content of graphic design works and meet the needs of people's diversified consumption.
For example, many companies now incorporate 3D Image Manipulation Service elements into their graphic advertising designs, using the differences in visual imaging between people's eyes to present a three-dimensional effect in two-dimensional graphic design works, which plays an important role in attracting consumers. In addition, graphic designers also use sound, video and other design elements, and integrate these elements into visual experience, so that consumers can obtain graphic design information from multiple angles. 2.2 Multidimensionality of Visual Expression As we all know, graphic design mainly includes three elements: image, text and color.
To realize the multidimensionality of graphic design in visual expression, we must start from these three aspects. In terms of images, due to the development of science and technology and the advancement of painting technology, the technology of using flat images to express three-dimensional effects has been mastered by most graphic designers. In terms of text, the text in graphic design is the most direct way to convey the information of the work. The multi-dimensionalization of text mainly refers to the combination of text design and artistic design, so that the text presents a certain artistry in expression, thus breaking the traditional text. Design a rigid and rigid way of designing. In terms of color, color is the most plastic element in realizing the multi-dimensionalization of graphic design works.