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How to Create Effective Visual Communication
June 03, 2015
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Junior Achievement 11111 W. Liberty Drive Milwaukee, WI 53224
Non-Members – $40.00
Other Chapter Members – $25.00
Student – $15.00
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ome of you may have, but I know I did not!
Most of us working in the talent development industry never dreamed that visual artistry and communication would be part of our job.
It can be a scary prospect when we’re asked to design a visually engaging and informative course. Then you start to ask yourself questions. What colors work well together? Which fonts should be used for headers and which ones for body content? How do I create visuals that will engage my audience?
Join Tim Slade at Junior Achievement
, he will explore why most people struggle with graphic design and how to overcome road blocks. You'll learn how to look at your content from a visual perspective and how to use four simple elements for creating effective visual communication.
Tim will use his expertise in graphic design and e-learning to facilitate a learning experience for you. He is the Art Director and E-Learning Authoring Tools Trainer for Artisan E-Learning and E-Learning Uncovered. He has many years of experience working with business leaders and stakeholders of all levels in both the public and private sector.
Take a look at his personal blog:
Books: E-Learning Uncovered: Articulate Storyline 2: