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Unformatted text preview: DESIGN MEMORANDUM To: Professor Lowe From: Kyle Gring Date: April 5 2010 Subject: Instructional Document Design Memo This memorandum entails information about how I went about constructing the instructional document that was required for submission in Professor Lowes writing 350 class. Software that was used to produce this document was Microsoft Publisher for the fomatting and Gimp Image editing for the screen shots and visual effects. The game that the instructional document was based off of was Pyromasters and can be played at gameshot.com. Staying within the document genre When the creating the instructional document for Pyromasters, it was very important to keep the purpose of the document in mind. This type of instructional document has the intentions of informing the readers of how to go about setting up and playing a game. The Pyromasters guide efficently does this by outlaying every possible screen shot that may arise during game play. Step by step the document guides the reader through every screen screen shot that may arise during game play....
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2011 for the course MGT 366 taught by Professor Kumar during the Fall '08 term at Grand Valley State University.
- Fall '08