Chapter 10 brought me back to your writing classes when we learned how to create and use infographics. I saw the impact of infographics when I made one to accompany my sexual assault article and since then, I have a greater appreciation for them.

Unfortunately, they can be time consuming to make because often times, you have to do some research to include statistics on the graphic and the process of making them can be tedious. That’s why we didn’t create very many for The Roar. But if someone has the time to make one, they really do a great job of reinforcing information.

I really liked the concept of multimedia graphics. From a viewer standpoint, that would be cool to see an infographic with audio aspects and interactivity. But from a creator’s standpoint, I’m sure that would take a lot of dedicated time to make.

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