Media and Information Literacy (MIL)- Visual Information and Media (Part 2).pptx

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Mr. Arniel V. Ping St. Steph e n’s High Scho ol Manila, Philippines PPT No. 26 Date: September 10, 2017 MEDIA AND INFORMATION LITERACY VISUAL INFORMATION AND MEDIA (PART 2) Visual Design Principles
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LEARNERS WILL BE ABLE TO… discuss visual design principles (SSHS); identify and evaluate visual design principles used in different visual media (SSHS); and produce and evaluates a creative visual-based presentation using design principles and elements (MIL11/12-VIM-IVc-10). LEARNING COMPETENCIES
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I- VISUAL INFORMATION AND MEDIA (Part 2) A. Visual Design Principles TOPIC OUTLINE
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Source: w.linkedin. com/pulse /importan ce-visual- content- social- media- marketing - presentati ons-me
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VISUAL DESIGN PRINCIPLES Source: p. 130, MIL TG by CHED
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VISUAL DESIGN PRINCIPLES Source: p. 130, MIL TG by CHED 1.CONSISTENCY Consistency of margins, typeface, typestyle, and colors is necessary, especially in slide presentations or documents that are more than one page.
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2. CENTER OF INTEREST an area that first attracts attention in a composition important objects or elements in a composition can be achieved by contrast of values, more colors, and placement VISUAL DESIGN PRINCIPLES Source: p. 130, MIL TG by CHED
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3. BALANCE
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