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Folio requirements usually mean that you show how initial ideas were resolved - the final
presentation - as well as presenting how your ideas emerged (brainstorming and
research), and how they were developed and refined.
Presenting this information often means that boards are used to show multiple images
and explanatory text. As these boards are communicating critical information - often
used for assessment - you must present it in clear, attractive and legible ways.
In other words, EACH BOARD BECOMES A DESIGN EXERCISE.
You need to apply Design Principles such as HIERARCHY, BALANCE and CONTRAST.
Here are some examples of INFORMATION PRESENTATION.
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