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Using Visual Language instead of just visuals or text results in effective transfer of information.

Using Visual Language instead of just visuals or text results in effective transfer of information.

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    Picture1000words Picture1000words Presentation Transcript

    • It is said
      A Picture is worth a
      1000 words
    • And it is…
    • In other words, one picturecan make people
      perceive different
      meanings…
      many
    • And that is the problem with visuals
    • Alone
      they can be
      ambiguous
      BUT
    • There is a solution:
      Visual Language
      it breaks the barrier
    • Using relevant
      &
      with metaphors & story
      Pictures key messages
    • Hope I get a fat TIP
      S
      How can I help you
      Sir?
      frozen smile
      James Roger
      S - slave
    • Visual Language
      is made of
      words
      images
      Meaningful words, messages, sentences, story lines that are key to that situation
      shapes
      Talking
      SILENCE
    • 89%
      Increase in transfer of learning – Mayer 2001, 76
      INTEGRATION
      of verbal & visual elements is better than text or visual alone
    • So ready to present using
      Visual Language?
    • Images copyright: StockExchange & Hemera Technologies Inc.
      Video created using: http://www.ppt-to-dvd.com/ppt-to-video-overview.html
      (Think VISUAL. Tell STORY.)
      www.storypreso.com