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Competency

In this project, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following competency:
· Create various visual communications informed by the application of basic design principles

Scenario

You work for a consulting media firm that completes projects across all industries. Since you are the senior designer, your supervisor has offered you the opportunity to share your design expertise by leading a training for new designers. Consider how you will apply design principles, theories, and techniques to create effective visuals for the training. Choose one of the following projects to use for visual communication examples in your presentation:
· Fundraising Campaign: A nonprofit organization, Reaching All Paws, located in Miami, Florida, is planning to hold a 30-day fundraising campaign to support local animals shelters after the recent hurricane.
· “Fun Run” Event: A regional health insurance company, Healthier Health Care, is sponsoring a local “fun run” event for all ages to promote heart health through regular physical activity.
· Online Sales Promotion: A national department store, BuyFromUs, will have a sales promotion during the launching of their new online shopping website. All online clothing sales will receive a 20% discount and a three-day shipping guarantee.

Directions

· Visual Designs: To lead a meaningful training, you should use examples that showcase your design knowledge and skills. You may refer to the 
Visual Communication Design Guide
 to get started. Specifically, your supervisor has asked you to do the following:
· Create two visuals from the Visual Communication Design Guide that demonstrate the design principles and techniques in visual communication and design. Each visual should be unique in its design and intended delivery platform.
· Training Presentation: For the training, your supervisor would like you to showcase your visual examples in a PowerPoint presentation. Once you have created the two visuals, embed each visual into presentation slides. Your supervisor is hoping to use this training in the future, so it is important that you properly annotate your examples in the slides and in the speaker notes. Remember that the slides should include brief phrases, while the speaker notes section should be used to elaborate on the brief information provided in the slides. These are standard practices when creating PowerPoint presentations. Your supervisor asks you to address the following in your training presentation:
· Describe the message you are trying to convey in each visual, including how the elements of design support the intended message.
· Describe in detail the design principles and techniques used in the creation of each visual. Consider annotating your visuals in the presentation slides to clearly show the design principles you applied.
· Identify an appropriate platform to deliver each visual.
· Explain your reasoning for the selection of each communication platform, including how this delivery method aligns to the visual communication design principles.

What to Submit

Every project has a deliverable or deliverables, which are the files that must be submitted before your project can be assessed. For this project, you must submit the following:

Design Training Presentation
Submit a PowerPoint presentation that showcases your two visuals. Each visual must clearly convey meaning (with correct grammar and spelling) and demonstrate an understanding of the elements and principles of visual design. Your presentation should not exceed 10 slides (including a title slide and references) and must include detailed speaker notes. Cite all sources appropriately.

Supporting Materials

The following resource(s) may help support your work on the project:

Citation Help

Need help citing your sources? Use the CfA Citation Guide and Citation Maker.

Visual Communication Design Guide

This guide provides a list of the visual design elements and principles to refer to and incorporate into your visuals. Please note: It is not required to incorporate all of the design elements or principles into your visuals. You may also use this guide to help choose an appropriate tool to create your visual examples. Consider how you can most effectively leverage the deliverable type in the design of each visual.

Reading: 
Insert a Picture in PowerPoint

Learn how to insert your images into slides in Microsoft PowerPoint.

Shapiro Library Resource: 
Shapiro Library References Guide

As you create visuals, it will be essential to provide credit for all images, videos, and text you use. Review this citation guide to learn how to properly cite text, images, and videos taken from other sources. This guide is intended to help you cite sources in APA style, avoid plagiarism, and search for examples of APA style.

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Visual Communications Design Guide

This visual communications design guide contains two sections. The first section, Visual Design Tools and Resources, provides a directory of

resources and tutorials you may use to create various visual communications. The second section, Design Elements and Principles, contains a list of

the elements and principles of design that you may consider applying to your visuals.

I. Visual Design Tools and Resources

Media Type Visual Type Tools & Tutorials

Print Brochures Microsoft Word
Create brochures using Microsoft Word. To access templates, open a new Word document and use
the search tool to find a brochure template.

 Video Tutorial: How to Create a Brochure Using Word Templates

 Video Tutorial: How to Make a Tri-Fold Brochure in Microsoft Word

Canva
Create brochures using Canva. You will need to create an account on Canva.com to use this program.

 Video Tutorial: How to Use Canva Tutorial for Beginners

https://www.canva.com/

Media Type Visual Type Tools & Tutorials

Business Cards Microsoft Word
Create business cards using Microsoft Word. To access templates, open a new Word document and
use the search tool to find a business card template.

 Video Tutorial: Microsoft Word Business Card Template

Canva
Create personalized business cards using Canva. You will need to create an account on Canva.com to
use this program.

 Video Tutorial: How to Use Canva Tutorial for Beginners

Flyers Microsoft Word
Create flyers using Microsoft Word. To access templates, open a new Word document and use the
search tool to find a flyer template.

 Video Tutorial: Microsoft Word – Create Flyers

Canva
Create flyers using Canva. You will need to create an account on Canva.com to use this program.

 Video Tutorial: How to Use Canva Tutorial for Beginners

Piktochart
Create flyers using Piktochart.com. You will need to create an account on Piktochart.com to use this
program.

 Video Tutorial: A Simple Guide to Piktochart for Beginners

 Guide: How To Design An Event Flyer in 5 Minutes Or Less

https://www.canva.com/

https://www.canva.com/

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How To Design An Event Flyer in 5 Minutes Or Less (+20 Customizable Templates)

Media Type Visual Type Tools & Tutorials

Cards Microsoft Word
Create cards, postcards, or invitations using Microsoft Word. To access templates, open a new Word
document and use the search tool to find a card, postcard, or invitation template.

 Video Tutorial: How to Print Postcards

 Video Tutorial: Creating Invitations Using Clipart in Microsoft Word

Canva
Create cards, postcards, and invitations using Canva. You will need to create an account on Canva.com
to use this program.

 Video Tutorial: How to Use Canva Tutorial for Beginners

Covers Canva
Create book or magazine covers using Canva. You will need to create an account on Canva.com to use
this program.

 Video Tutorial: How to Use Canva Tutorial for Beginners

Web Website WIX.com
Create a personal or professional website on WIX. You will need to create an account to use this
program. You can access their portfolio of templates when you create a new website.

 Video Tutorial: How to Make a Stunning Website on Wix.com

Banner Canva
Create a banner for a website using Canva. You will need to create an account on Canva.com to use
this program.

 Video Tutorial: How to Use Canva Tutorial for Beginners

https://www.canva.com/

https://www.canva.com/

https://www.canva.com/

Media Type Visual Type Tools & Tutorials

Video Tools

 Refer to the Guide: Creating Videos

Consider sharing your video on social media, YouTube, or a website, or using it as a commercial or
something else.

Presentation Slide Presentation Microsoft PowerPoint
Use Microsoft PowerPoint to create a slide presentation. To access templates, use the search tool to
find a template.

 Video Tutorial: Beginner’s Guide to PowerPoint

Canva
Create a presentation using Canva. You will need to create an account on Canva.com to use this
program.

 Video Tutorial: How to Use Canva Tutorial for Beginners

Piktochart
Create a presentation using Piktochart.com. You will need to create an account on Piktochart.com to
use this program.

 Video Tutorial: A Simple Guide to Piktochart for Beginners

https://docs.google.com/document/d/18XXbLiQmBRVMp2ha3KuVP82VXwVmpbt8HbwV7QXEh_8/edit

https://www.canva.com/

Home

Media Type Visual Type Tools & Tutorials

Poster Piktochart
Create a poster using Piktochart.com. You will need to create an account on Piktochart.com to use this
program.

 Video Tutorial: A Simple Guide to Piktochart for Beginners

Microsoft PowerPoint
Create a poster using Microsoft PowerPoint. To access templates, use the search tool to find a poster
template.

 Video Tutorial: How to Create a Poster in PowerPoint

 Templates: SNHU Poster Templates

Canva
Create a poster using Canva. You will need to create an account on Canva.com to use this program.

 Video Tutorial: How to Use Canva Tutorial for Beginners

Charts Microsoft Excel
Use Microsoft Excel to plot data in a graph, chart, or diagram.

 Video Tutorial: Excel Charts & Graphs

Draw.io
Use Draw.io to design graphs, charts, and diagrams. You will need to create an account to use this
program.

 Video Tutorial: Quick Introduction to Draw.io

Home

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https://www.canva.com/

Media Type Visual Type Tools & Tutorials

Infographic Canva
Create infographics using Canva. You will need to create an account to use this program.

 Video Tutorial: How to Use Canva Tutorial for Beginners

Piktochart
Create an infographic using Piktochart.com. You will need to create an account on Piktochart.com to
use this program.

 Video Tutorial: A Simple Guide to Piktochart for Beginners

Consider whether you will present your infographic on a website, a printed poster, or another
medium.

Other Illustrations Google Drawings
Use Google Drawings to create illustrations, logos, or other original visuals. You will need to create a
Google account and access your Google Drive to use this program.

 Video Tutorial: How to Design a Logo in Google Drawings

Microsoft Paint
Use Microsoft Paint to create illustrations, logos, or other original visuals.

Microsoft PowerPoint
Use Microsoft PowerPoint to create an illustration. To access templates, use the search tool to find a
graphic template. Create animated graphics using the transitions and animations tabs.

 Video Tutorial: Beginner’s Guide to PowerPoint

 Video Tutorial: Animated PowerPoint Slide Design Tutorial

Home

Media Type Visual Type Tools & Tutorials

Photograph Devices
Use a digital camera, cell phone, or other device to take photographs to create a visual.

Advertisement Canva
Create ads using Canva. You will need to create an account on Canva.com to use this program.

 Video Tutorial: How to Use Canva Tutorial for Beginners

Consider whether you will host your advertisement on social media, a personal website, in a
magazine, on a scrolling television ad, or elsewhere.

II. Design Elements and Principles

Basic Elements and Principles of Visual Design

Contrast Hierarchy

Line Framing

Color Grid

Scale Randomness

Space Direction

Repetition Rules

https://www.canva.com/

Basic Elements and Principles of Visual Design

Symmetry Movement

Transparency Depth

Texture Typography

Balance Composition

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