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This book is written for teachers, instructional designers, health educators, public health physicians and anyone interested in visual literacy. It explains the research-based evidence for the principles and guidelines for using images and text together. Written in a conversational style, it gradually breaks down large chunks of information and makes abundant use of colored, illustrative examples. The topics covered include information processing, communication, multimedia, affordances and motivation, perception, typefaces, students with special needs, physical characteristics of the classroom, copyright, ethical-cultural considerations, visual aids in health communication, health literacy, and readability. “The abundance in the choice of typefaces makes it possible for us to maximize the different characteristics in typefaces to emit the desired emotive reactions. Branded companies have been known to change their brand logo from one typeface to another that was perceived as friendlier and more attractive to consumers.” Using Typeface as a Visual, Chapter six.
bound: 338 pages
publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (April 22, 2017)
isbn: 1543270433, 978-1543270433,
weight: 1.3 pounds (