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  • 1.
    • VISUAL LEARNERS = approximately 65%
    We have five senses
  • 2. (Chinese proverb)
  • 3. Memories
    • It would take days to explain what these photos remind me of...
  • 4.
    • visual adj: relating to or using sight.
    • thinking adj: given to cogitation.
    • =
    • Ideas and concepts displayed using optical design forms
  • 5.
    • I SEE
    • I THINK
    • I WONDER
    Sharing thoughts is the key to inspiring others
  • 6. Integrated HOTS Thinking Model
  • 7.
    • Communicate with any one, any age, any language.
    Visual Cues
  • 8. In the classroom ASK Then me! 3 STOP THINK DO
  • 9.
    • Design is communication of concepts and ideas. Good design simultaneously challenges and fulfills expectations.
    Notes on Visual and Interaction Design http://www.valcasey.com/webdesign/
  • 10.  
  • 11. Effective Design POINT LINE FORM, SHAPE & SPACE MOVEMENT COLOUR PATTERN TEXTURE
  • 12.
    • “ Creating a clear and compelling vision is not a simple matter.”
    Gordon Quick
  • 13. Just to name a few… http://www.thethinkingblog.com/2007/11/pictures-worth-thousand-words-post-13.html
  • 14. Relating back to IT
  • 15. References
    • Aoyama, E. (2003). A picture is worth a thousand words, electronically drawn diagram, accessed 6/8/08 at URL: http://humanities.byu.edu/ELC/student/idioms/proverbs/a_pic_thousand_words.html
    • The Hiser Group, Digital environment aspects, accessed 1/8/08 at URL: http://www.hiser.com.au/getting_started/visual_design_-__introduction.html
    • HOTS model of thinking, accessed 6/8/08 at URL: http://www.public.iastate.edu/~design/ART/NAB/hots.html
    • Squares graphic (2008), access 3/8/08 at URL: http://www.3rdidesigns.com/images/squares.jpg
    • Riklan, D. (2004). Part 3: Self Improvement 101: The 62 Essential Truths about Improving Your Life, accessed 4/8/08 at http://www.selfgrowth.com/gwlesson3.html
    • The thinking blog, Pictures worth a thousand words, accessed 1/8/08 at URL: http://www.thethinkingblog.com/2007/11/pictures-worth-thousand-words-post-13.html
    • Valcasey. (2004). Notes on visual and interaction design, accessed 1/8/08 at URL: http://www.valcasey.com/webdesign/