Module 04 Content For this Final Visual Analysis Project, you


Module 04 Content

  1. For this Final Visual Analysis Project, you will choose one website that you visit frequently (it must be a professional business website, not your own personal website). Feel free to use websites such as Nike, Apple, Northwestern Mutual, etc. or a website that applies to your career choices.

    Once you choose your website, you will begin to consider the effects the visual elements have on the viewers and create a thesis statement and outline using the response elements 1-5 below.

    For the Thesis & Outline TEMPLATE document click here.
    MMC3407 Thesis and Outline Template.docx

    For this assignment please note the following expectations:

    • APA title page, reference page, and formatting.
    • Use at least four academic/scholarly sources.
    • Use properly cited quotes and paraphrases when necessary.
    • Complete, polished, and error-free cohesive sentences.
    • Contains an introduction, body, and conclusion.
    1. Sensory Response – When analyzing the viewer’s sensory response to a particular visual, it is important to consider the visual elements that attract the eyes. Close your eyes when considering a visual. When you open your eyes, what are the first visual elements that you see? When analyzing a viewer’s Sensory Response, you may consider analyzing at least two of the following effects:
    2. Colors
    3. Lines
    4. Shapes
    5. Balance
    6. Contrast
    7. Perceptual Response – When analyzing a viewer’s perception of visuals, it is important to consider the audience. Consider who is or is not attracted to this type of visual communication. When analyzing a viewer’s Perceptual Response, consider at least two of the following effects:
    8. Target audience specifics (age, profession, gender, financial status, etc.)
    9. Cultural familiarity elements (ethnicity, religious preference, social groups, etc)
    10. Cognitive visuals (viewer’s memories, experiences, values, beliefs, etc.)
    11. Technical Response – When analyzing a viewer’s response to certain visuals, we need to consider the technical visual aspects that may affect perception. Describe how visuals affect the interpretation of the intended media communication message. Address specific technological elements that impact perception. When analyzing the Technical Response, consider the Laws of Perceptual Organization (similarity, proximity, continuity, common fate, etc), and at least two of the following types of visuals:
    12. Drop-down menus
    13. Hover-over highlighting
    14. Animations
    15. Quality of visuals
    16. Emotional Response – When analyzing a viewer’s Emotional Response, it is important to consider the targeted audience preferences and emotional intelligence. Discuss what the viewer might want to see and what type of visual presentation will set the tone for that response. When analyzing the Emotional Response, consider the effects of at least two of the following types of visuals:
    17. Mood setting colors
    18. Mood setting lighting
    19. Persuasive images
    20. Positioning of search or purchase buttons
    21. Social media icons and share options
    22. Ethical Response – When analyzing a viewer’s Ethical Response, it is important to consider the targeted audience values and beliefs. Identify any negative messages about certain ideas, groups, or cultures. Describe and pinpoint images that may be inappropriate for a variety of viewers. Keep in mind that your website can be accessed by all ages and groups. When analyzing the Ethical Response, consider at least two of the following types of visuals:
    23. Visual stereotypes
    24. Limitations in diversity
    25. Inappropriate images for all audiences
    26. Digital alterations
    27. False representation or advertising
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