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Graphics for Learning: Proven Guidelines for Planning, Designing, and Evaluating Visuals in Training Materials by Chopeta Lyons, Ruth C. Clark

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Chapter 19. Communicate Your Graphic Plans

CHAPTER OVERVIEW

After you have your ideas for your graphics, you need to communicate the ideas to those who create the art, approve it, and produce it. Several tools (samples, style guides, standard documents, templates, and storyboards) at different stages of the project help you do so. You may need to communicate how the overall package should look and feel, what an individual graphic should be, and how that individual graphic integrates or lays out with the other elements of the page or screen.

This chapter looks at:

  • Who needs to know what and when

  • Methods for communicating the overall look and feel

  • Methods for communicating plans for individual graphics

  • How to communicate layouts that incorporate the individual ...

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