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Visual computerization. "The PC as an Instructive Device: Efficiency and Critical thinking" ©Richard C. Forcier and Wear E. Descy. Presentation. Outline standards Visual components Fundamental lettering. Four Outline Standards. Parity Accentuation Straightforwardness Solidarity. Formal. Casual. 1. Parity.
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Visual communication “The Computer as an Educational Tool: Productivity and Problem Solving” ©Richard C. Forcier and Don E. Descy

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Introduction Design standards Visual components Basic lettering

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Four Design Principles Balance Emphasis Simplicity Unity

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Formal Informal 1. Parity

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2. Accentuation The key part ought to be anything but difficult to discover.

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Emphasis (Continued) Arrows or other coordinating gadget Bright hues Contrasting hues Size of component Different shapes

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3. Straightforwardness Fewer components are all the more satisfying to the eye.

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Simplicity (Continued) Fewer components better 15–20 words greatest Bold, basic drawings Easy lettering styles

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4. Solidarity The distinctive components of a configuration ought to pass on a congruity of thought.

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Visual Elements Lines Shapes Color and differentiation Texture Space and size

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1. Lines Use lines to direct viewer through words or space.

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2. Shapes are utilized to give clearer correspondence and general comprehension.

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3. Shading and Contrast Research has demonstrated that the proper utilization of shading can make a visual more alluring to a viewer.

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Color and Contrast (Continued) Use concordant hues Gives partition Good for accentuation

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4. Composition Replaces feeling of touch Used like shading for accentuation or division

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5. Space and Size There are two sorts of space: Positive Negative

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Basic Lettering Guidelines Size Type style (text style) Spacing

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Size, Font, Spacing SIZE STYLE This vertical separating is excessively near one another for viable readability. This vertical dividing is too far separated for successful readability. This dividing applies the general standards identifying with vertical separating.

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Lettering Sizes Nonprojected: 1/2 inch for every 10 feet of survey separation Projected: 36 point text dimension (this is 40)

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Lettering 2/3 textual styles or estimated Sans-serif Sans-serif 3–6 words on 3–6 lines Optical dispersing Upper-and lowercase

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