I chose to title it simply. I liked the idea of comparing the car to a classroom, and that’s basically what my presentation focuses on, the similar rhetorical properties of the car and the classroom. I chose the color dark blue because it nearly matches the color of my car which appears in this slideshow, and I didn’t want it to be boring and plain so I messed around with the shape and transparency of the shading, and I liked this, it softly guides the readers eyes towards the bottom or middle of the page.
Cars The classrooms of travel A series of slides By Michael Mahanay
The Possibilities are endless As long as you don’t cross the lines
Controlled Environment Can you hear it? Can you feel it? But you don’t see it
Does this excite you? NO!? Good, storage is no place for fun.
Design is attraction The amount of thought and artistic design that went into these two dashboards is huge Function, not form Form and function No RPMS!
Sophistication of generic parts All four of these have the same result. Sometimes we are tricked by the appearance of quality
The door <ul><li>If you want to do it, you must go through it. </li></ul>The door adds another wall between you and the outside world and each one includes a heavy duty lock, yet opens from the inside always.
Integration Computers, so common that everyone has one, and nearly everything is one.
The car truly is the portable classroom <ul><li>The similarities don’t just end with physical properties </li></ul>