Agra Final Interpretive Sign

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    1. 1. Eliane Agra CSE 615 Final Interpretive Sign• Goal- To develop an understanding of some of the different ways to lose weight in order for weight loss to occur.• Audience- This information is targeted to overweight people who are looking for a new healthy life style and ways to lose weight, specifically male and females in the 20-30 age range.• Message- Weight loss goals are achievable through motivation and consistency
    2. 2. Key ChangesFrom my first design to the next thefollowing changed after learning about thedifferent elements• Picture words and concrete verbs allowing a viewer to picture and feel the text• Picture was used to try to enhance the message as opposed to just random placement that seemed relevant
    3. 3. Key Changes Continued…• Proximity and alignment of text and picture to allow for less effort and a higher reward• Repetition with alignment, proximity, and colors• Use of analogous colors to bring out the picture, background, and text together
    4. 4. Driving ForceWeight loss goals are achievablethrough motivation and consistencyRewarding senses ofaccomplishment throughmotivation and consistency• The sight of your dedication is admired by others.• The sound of the groans of hard work pushing you further for all to hear.• The feel of the extra breathing room between you and your attire.• The smell of success, far more worth the bitter smell of denial.• The taste of victory!
    5. 5. Key Changes Continued…• Different use of picture to enhance overall message• Color difference for contrast, repetition and high reward• Text contrasting each other to make it more visually appealing to the viewer• Concrete alignment, proximity, and repetition throughout the design

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