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Question 3

The resource book provided with the exam paper
contained four examples (numbered 1 - 4) of
visual communication

Choose one example and answer all the questions
below referring to this
one example

Nominate the number of the chosen example
c     

a.  Visual communications are designed to
   attract a specific audience(s).
   Name the specific audience(s), other than the
   general public, to whom the communication
   is directed.

b.  Visual communications are designed with
   an intended purpose(s) in mind. Identify
one
   intended purpose of this visual communication.

c.   The design elements can be considered as the
   marks we make on the surface of the page.
   Name
two design elements and evaluate their
   effectiveness in conveying information and/or
   ideas to attract the specific audiences(s).

d.   The design principles are ways of organising
   and arranging the design elements.
   Name
two design principles and evaluate their
   effectiveness in conveying information and/or
   ideas to attract the specific audience(s).


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