Decoding a Formula for Highly Effective Graphic Imagery
Terpstra, Glenn Allen
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The purpose of this study was to find common ground between the visual and digital worlds. Certain visual elements simultaneously accommodate the quick movement of digital objects and facilitate their even quicker interpretation by viewers. It is possible to "learn the code" of highly effective graphic imagery. Whether positive or negative, graphic images shape viewers' notions of reality; with a globalized audience, advertisers need to understand how theories of artistic appeal (mostly western-articulated) intersect with what attracts and dictates eye movement (mostly biologically-articulated).
Image processing--Digital techniques
Color poster with text, images, and charts.