Monthly Archives: June 2010

Capacity for learning and emotion

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“Our capacity for learning is often linked with our emotional state. Frustration and confusion certainly make for a less receptive audience. Prepare a path for your message by first setting your user at ease.”

Ken Visocky O’Grady

Engage multiple stimuli

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“By incorporating supporting layers of information in the form of type, images, and, when possible, tactile and aural experiances, the designer is able to engage multiple stimuli, creating a more memorable and meaningful experiance.

Ken Visocky O’Grady

Value of design

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“Consider, that information delivery is dependent on clarity of communication to retain its relevance to a global audience. Designers provide that context by turning statistics into stories, providing meaning for the end user. As our world becomes more complex, this expertise is increasingly important to the ways in which we live, work, and share ideas. “

Ken Visocky O’Grady

Communicate clear

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“With communication technology spreading rapidly, clear visual (and sometimes nonverbal) communication is of paramount importance when sharing ideas and concepts with a broad audience.”

Ken Visocky O’Grady

How to communicate?

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“In a age of information and global connectivity, governments, corporations, educational institutions, and individuals alike struggle to find better ways to communicate. “

Ken Visocky O’Grady