Visual Rhetoric

“Visual rhetoric simply refers to conveying information through the visual aspects of a document, presentation, etc. rather than through its verbal aspects

“Visual rhetoric simply refers to conveying information through the visual aspects of a document, presentation, etc. rather than through its verbal aspects. For example, visual rhetoric encompasses document design, the use of graphics, visual depictions of data, and so on. In other words, visual rhetoric explores ways of making documents more effective for their audience, purpose, and context through designing text and incorporating visual elements.” This is from TechProf, a resource for technical and professional communicators.


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE