Chapter 6: Designing Successful Documents, Visuals, and Websites
Here's everything you need to know about designing attractive, effective documents in one 26-slide presentation.
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- Flip the lesson and have class members view the presentation and draft a design for a document out of class, saving class time for discussion and critique
- The text-heavy presentation is most appropriate for college level classes
- The presentation includes information about page layout, typography color, and visuals
- No images or examples are included in the text-only presentation
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