It’s impossible to comprehend complex data or analyze large amounts of information, if we only use words or texts. Information graphics or better known as infographics are visual explanation of data, information or knowledge.
TCU Composition's insight:
From Jay Jay Stroup (fb):
I just found this site that has 50 different examples of infographics (it's a nice variety of topics). Thought I'd share.
Imagine you are one of the world’s greatest violin players, and you decide to conduct an experiment: play inside a subway station and see if anyone stops to appreciate when you are stripped of a concert hall and name recognition.
There's some nice discussion of ethos/logos/pathos in here byway of narrative and visuals besides just using advertisements or speeches (what I often use to launch into discussions on rhetorical appeals).
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