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Infographics Assignment

Infographics are a method of transferring information quickly and effectively. They are visual, require less reading, and consumed quickly. Infographics are designed for a particular purpose. They don’t need to be objective or balanced but they need to be accurate. They should make a case for something and the intention is to provide information and affect the behaviour of the reader. In addition to Infographic, answers to the following will be submitted separately. Infographic does not need to be submitted in paper format, a web link would be sufficient.

 

  1. What is your objective: It would be impossible to explain the whole condition in one infographic. You need to have an objective
    • Readers are encouraged to get a diabetes test
    • Readers are encouraged to review their personal beliefs about stigma in mental health
    • Readers are encouraged to take precautions in order to prevent this disease
  2. Who is your audience: It would be impossible to target everybody that might be related to the condition. For example: for the diabetes example above,
    • Pregnant women
    • Obese adults
    • People who has diabetes in their family
  3. What is your story: In an infograhic you need to tell a story. The author must find data that is relevant to the objective and audience and tells a story with the data.

 

Evaluation Criteria for Infographic

Criteria

Marks Assignment

Background (objective, target audience, brief summary of the story, importance of the problem)

25%

Data (selection and presentation)

25%

Story (flow and adherence to objective)

25%

Design (readability and understand-ability)

25%

 

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