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Creating Graphics for Learning and Performance Lessons in Visual Literacy 2nd Edition

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Creating Graphics for Learning and Performance Lessons in Visual Literacy will help you create effective visuals visuals that are clear communicate well and help you learn and perform your job effectively and efficiently With this book you will learn about three of the mo

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A uick guide to the tools of graphic design including hardware software books and web resources Whether you are a teacher business professional graphic designer artist instructional designer or software developer this book of essential design foundations is the one for yo

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St intuitive design principles that you can begin applying to your work immediately selection organization and integration These principles are learned gradually as you explore the tools of type shape color depth and space In addition a resource chapter provides you with


2 thoughts on “Creating Graphics for Learning and Performance Lessons in Visual Literacy 2nd Edition

  1. says:

    I read this book as part of a class for my master's program entitled Technologies to Advance Learning I was surprised to be spending so much of a class on technology reading about graphics and visuals but I did find value in this text and see how it would be helpful for teachers instructional designers or anyone creating documents or presentations that will be viewed by others The underlying goal of this book is to help the reader become adept at creating visual messages The idea is that visual images and graphics can help accelerate the learning process and using highly effective graphics can help contribute to viewers visual literacy and understanding of the message being conveyed This book covers everything from very basic principles of visual presentations such as font color and shape and advanced concepts such as Gestalt principle Some of the ideas covered seemed like basic common sense and were things I knew going in however they gave me a greater understanding for the reason why they seem like common sense I did enjoy learning about graphic design a topic I know relatively little about However I don't know how effective this book will be for me in terms of real life application Most of the end of the chapter examples target K 12 students which is not relevant for me Additionally much of the emphasis on effective graphics focuses on enhancing learning for beginning students who are not yet dealing with abstract concepts I think graphics are not uite as relevant or applicable for college level students and power point style lectures as emphasized in this text are less relevant in the classroom today than collaborative discussion based classes Although I did learn many things about the theories and reasoning behind effective visual techniues such as why certain fonts are readable than others why alignment helps viewers etc this book is only helpful for people who struggle with figuring out these basic common sense pointers for visuals on their own Additionally while I see the value in learning about this topic I uestion how relevant this training is in a world where hundreds of well made professional graphics can be accessed online for free


  2. says:

    Lohr's book brings to mind an enthusiastic K 12 teacher who has just learned about a very interesting topic and can't wait to share it with her less enlightened peers I suspect some of my disappointment is due to Lohr's intended audience of K 8 teachers which didn't mesh so well with my own program in corporate and higher education Nonetheless there's still good summaries to be found It's not a particularly good book but it's got a broad enough scope that it's still a decent resource


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