My first ever infographic!
This was an assignment for our Instructional Design class which was definitely a new experience for me. During the process, Denise was great in giving me feedback on how to improve the design, such as changing the color of the “17 out of 20” and “art therapy” as well as brightening the colors of the hand prints to make them look more lively. I received wonderful feedback from my classmates during the critique as well on how to show that art therapy is not only for kids but can help adults too.
From my own point of view, my infographic was certainly the least professional-looking out of the class, so that is an aspect of my work that I want to improve upon as well. Granted, the theme of this particular infographic was childish, but I think I could have done more to make it look cleaner and more presentable for a magazine or advertisement.

My first ever infographic!

This was an assignment for our Instructional Design class which was definitely a new experience for me. During the process, Denise was great in giving me feedback on how to improve the design, such as changing the color of the “17 out of 20” and “art therapy” as well as brightening the colors of the hand prints to make them look more lively. I received wonderful feedback from my classmates during the critique as well on how to show that art therapy is not only for kids but can help adults too.

From my own point of view, my infographic was certainly the least professional-looking out of the class, so that is an aspect of my work that I want to improve upon as well. Granted, the theme of this particular infographic was childish, but I think I could have done more to make it look cleaner and more presentable for a magazine or advertisement.

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