GRAPHIC aid COMMUNICATION PRESENTED BY:-ISHMIT OBEROI MJMC
Definitions:-• Graphic communication as the name suggests is communication through graphics and graphic aids . It is the process of creating , producing, and distributing material incorporating words and images to convey data, concepts and emotions.
• Graphic aids present information in pictorial form or in other specific formats in order to consolidate, clarify or prove the written material they go with.
TYPES OF GRAPHIC AIDS1. PHOTOGRAPHS2. TIMELINES3. POSTERS4. CHARTS5. DIAGRAMS
TIMELINE• A timeline is a way of displaying a list of events in chronological order, sometimes described as a project artifact.
POSTERS• A poster is any piece of printed paper designed to be attached to a wall or vertical surface. Typically posters include both textual and graphic elements, although a poster may be either wholly graphical or wholly text.
CHARTS• A chart is a graphical representation of data, in which "the data is represented by symbols, such as bars in a bar chart, lines in a line chart, or slices in a pie chart.Student Age Height Weight NEHA 7 52 inches 49 pounds SEEMA 8 48 inches 47 pounds KIRAN 8 50 inches 48 pounds
DIAGRAMS• A diagram is a symbolic representation well-suited to the presentation of ideas.
DRAWINGS• Drawing is a form of visual art that makes use of any number of drawing instruments to mark a two- dimensional medium. Common instruments include graphite pencils, pen and ink etc.
MAPS• A map is a visual representation of an area—a symbolic depiction highlighting relationships between elements of that space such as objects, regions, and themes.
CARTOON• A cartoon is a form of two-dimensional illustrated visual art.
FLASH CARDS• A flashcard or flash card is a set of cards bearing information, as words or numbers, on either or both sides, used in classroom drills or in private study.
GRAPHA graph is an abstract representation of a setof objects where some pairs of the objects areconnected by links.
Five Types of Graphs5 common types of graphic aids are:• Bar graphs• Line graphs• Pie charts• Flowcharts• Tables
Bar Graphs• A bar graph is a chart that compares the relative amount of items by using parallel rectangular bars of varying lengths.• Bar graphs can be vertical or horizontal.
Line Graphs• A line graph is a diagram whose points are connected to show the relationship between two or more variables.
Pie Charts• A pie chart is a circle graph that uses various sized “slices” to represent relative parts of the whole.
Flowcharts• A flowchart is a diagram that uses connected boxes, circles, and other shapes to show the steps in a process or procedure.
Table• A table shows relationships between facts and figures by arranging information in rows and columns.