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Memorandum TO: Frances J. Ranney FROM: Susan Chaaban SUBJECT: Infographic Analysis DATE: 16 January 2017 Infographics are a popular representation of information that are concise and aesthetically pleasing to readers. How that information is presented is crucial to its success in persuading and informing the readers of their message. Looking at the two infographics given, infographic one is more visually pleasing than infographic two, which is focused more on the content. Therefore, infographic one is the better choice since it is more eye-catching than infographic two and still gets its message across. Discussion Infographic one is more eye-catching due to its vibrant color scheme and unique design. You can’t inform and persuade the readers of your message if you don’t grab their attention first.
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