Taken from Language Awareness: Readings for College Writers, 12th ed.

Contrast/Color Basics + Helpful Sites
Paletton: The Color Scheme Designer: https://paletton.com/#uid=1000u0kllllaFw0g0qFqFg0w0aF

Contrast Problems... Ughhh... It's Awful!

When using Visual Evidence as Research, consider the following:

Primary Source

(Did YOU create it?)

  • How does it function?
    • Marketing Purposes
    • Informative purposes
    • Show the community
    • A concept connected to discourse research
  • Infographic
  • Chart/Graph Model
  • Mock-Up Social media posts
  • Mock-Up Video posts
  • Photographic evidence

Secondary Source

(Did you FIND it?)

  • Qualitative or Quantiative
  • How will you organize a secondary source visual into your paper?
  • What is this visual's relevance to your writing?

Sample Student work

Sample Student work

Sample Student work

Sample Student work

Sample Student work

Sample Student work

Student Works Cited

  • Kahn, E. (2019). Social media and body image & 225 interview responses. ¬†https://www.canva.com/design/DADrjqtReKM/4pFSpAJEbO0F7I8VBWWHFg/edit
  • Branson, O. (2019). Familial influences on child obesity [infographic] & 225 interview responses. Canva, https://www.canva.com/design/DADs3vEVihk/hhk6fmV11rvjgM1oV6NpA/view?utm_content=DADs3vEVihk&utm_campaign=designshare&u tm_medium=link&utm_source=publishsharelink
  • Beasley, T. (2022). Women Health Advocacy & Emma Chamberlain: Mother of Honest Media [infographics].
  • Epling, J. (2022). Miami Sail [infographic].
  • Stamp, K. (2022). Marine Biology Club [infographic].

Consult today's Visual ToolBox!

Group Share-Show N' Tell

  • Everyone take turns in your group sharing what your key contributions were to our Source Private Investigator activity from Wednesday. How did you respond and apply the prompt to what you are doing with your Discourse Community Project?
  • What visual evidence are you creating and working on (Primary Evidence) or something you've found from another source? SHOW THIS FOR YOUR GROUP!

Approaching Research Draft Week

  • Review the Discourse Community Research Draft Prompt in Canvas.
  • Consult Dr. Smothers' Research Draft Checklist Page in Canvas for what you should be integrating into your Research Draft.
  • Consult the Writing Template for the 1st Rough Draft (Discourse Community Research Draft) in the Checklist Page.
  • I will come by to each group and check you off for content you are working on in class today, whether visual evidence, integrating sources, or organizing your draft. We will spend Monday's class preparing for our conferences next week.

Visual Design Principles in Research and Ads

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Visual Design Principles in Research and Ads

Go on a roadtrip where you learn about design elements when composing visually whether for research or marketing advertisements!

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