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1. Chapter #2 , In order to provide effective communication you must use emphasis and a good way to do this is by following some of the basic ideas that are mentioned in the Visual Hierarchy .

2. Chapter #2:When using different emphasis techniques you must know how to format the project that you are creating so you can keep the reader entertained and carry out your message.

2.1. Chapter #2The focal point and accents and limiting the content can help you with all of this .

3. " Chap1 " when designing something you have to keep in mind who the audience is and design according them so you can satisfy them and the need that they have .

4. Ch 6 will bring a clear sense of unity, consistency, and cohesiveness.

5. Respond appropriately to different rhetorical situations

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6. Where contrast is about showing differences, repetition is about subtly using

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7. Chapter #5 Fine points :There are a number of subtle variations on alignment that can add to the effectiveness of this concept. The outside edges of pictures usually show up well and make for obvious alignments

7.1. Chapter 7: When trying to achieve visual flow ,remember the principle of proximity – Place headings close to the text they refer to, captions close to images. Organize your text elements so it’s clear what goes with what .

8. Chapter #5 Edge: Any object with flat edge(s) can be used for edge alignment. Rectangles are especially well suited for this since they have four flat edges to align. Their right angels also give a sense of order to a composition using them (similarity).

9. Chapter #4 ; Various example of balance -Symmetrical (Formal) Balance,- Asymmetrical (Informal) -Balance Radial Balance .

9.1. Chapter #4 Symmetrical balance is when the weight is equally distributed on both sides of the central axis

9.1.1. Chapter #4 Asymmetrical balance is when both sides of the central axis are not identical, yet appear to leave the same visual weigh

10. Chapter #5 : There are different categories :center,edge , fine points.

11. Ch#4 Balance is Think of the balance beam. When objects are of equal weight, they are in balance

12. " Chapter 1" You may look at others design outlines so that you can get an idea of what will work on your work and how you can get it done in the most efficient manner .

13. Use conventions of format and structure appropriate to the rhetorical situation

14. Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing

15. Rhetorical Knowledge

16. Understand the role of a variety of technologies/media in accessing, retrieving, managing, and communicating information

17. Respond to the need of the appropriate audience

18. Adopt appropriate voice, tone, and level of formality

19. integrate previously held beliefs, assumptions, and knowledge with new information and the ideas of others to accomplish a specific purpose within a context

20. Use information, writing, and reading for inquiry, learning, thinking, and communicating

21. When writing instructions its good to follow some of these simple basic ideas: 1. Use а clear, straightforward heading. 2. Make а point оf naming actors fоr each step. 3. Start уоur instruction wіth а verb . 4. Use еіthеr numbered оr bulleted lists, thе sequence іѕ important 5.Dont forget to list precautions, prerequisites .

22. Chapter 3 - When trying to create contrast, some basic things to keep in mind . - Too much similarity of the components in any design becomes monotonous. - little contrast can cause a design to be bland and uninteresting. -the most common ways you may create contrast

22.1. Chapter #3 Also to manipulate work in order to achieve contrast in your work look at the size
• value
• color
• type
• texture • shape
• alignment
• direction
• movement

23. Ch # 3 Contrast is important because the meaningful essence of any thing is defined by its value, properties, or quality relative to something else

24. Ch # 3 Every element on the page you’re designing has to be positioned, styled, sized, or otherwise distinguished in accordance with its specific importance and place in the overall communicative objective

25. Ch #3 -goes hand-in-hand with your color selections. - goal is to produce something really vibrant not annoying

26. Ch #5 Alignment is an extension of proximity. It has to do with placing items so that they line up. Alignment is a concept that produces both grouping and organizes information to create order.

27. Ch #6 The principle of repetition simply means the reusing of the same or similar elements throughout your design

28. Ch7: - Flow is the way your eye moves or is led through a composition. - following basic design principles your design can help shape your message and through the use of visuals you can make your content more inviting to read.

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29. Chapter 7: Tips on how to improve visual flow Many images have a direction. An arrow, a hand pointing, a face looking in one direction. Your eye will speed up or slow down depending on the direction it was moving when it fell on the image. If the eye is moving to the right and then comes upon a face looking right it will continue to move right slightly faster

30. Chapter 7:In her book Basics of Design, Lisa Graham defines flow in design as having two components: Verbal Flow – the path taken when reading text on the page Visual Flow – the path taken when looking at images and graphics on the page

31. Chapter 7:Through good flow you can lead the eye from element to element and present information in the order you want it to be seen. That will aid the reader in understanding the information presented and allow you to better influence how your message is perceived.

32. Copyright,

33. Fair Use allows some of the copyrighted works and material should be allowed to used for like educational purposes . This is a common known as a guidelineNlt .

34. To be able to mange my time wisely and meet all the dead lines.

35. Develop flexible strategies for generating, revising, editing, and proof-reading

35.1. " Chap1" If you can set your work aside for a day and come back with a refreshed mind , sometimes you find mistakes that you didn't notice before.

35.1.1. "Chap1 "A good way to check the flow of your work is by recording yourself and listening to the way everything sounds .

36. Develop knowledge of genre conventions ranging from structure and paragraphing to tone and mechanics

37. Have a greater understanding on how to add videos to blogs.

38. Knowledge of Conventions:

39. Learn common formats for different genres

39.1. Know what you have to design so you will save time on the format and knowing where to place the visual elements .

40. Understand and apply legal and ethical uses of information and technology including copyright and intellectual property

41. Processes

42. Course Goals

43. Be aware that it usually takes multiple drafts to create and complete a successful text

43.1. integrate previously held beliefs, assumptions, and knowledge with new information and the ideas of others to accomplish a specific purpose within a context

44. Understand the collaborative and social aspects of research and writing processes

45. Develop a greater understanding on writing more professionally with technology .

46. Become more profiecnt with using the computer to write more technical and professional that it will later cut unecessary time

47. Notes : Creative Common a way to share someone else's ideas to get your ideas across to something that its a free license to help you go. They do this by providing people who an ideas with a license because they are pretty costly

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49. Notes :Copyright : insures that when someone writes work that is some sort of intellectual property they have the abililty to charge for it if they would like to this has to do with music , art, videos,written work.