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LA-230 2013S


on 16 October 2013

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Transcript of Infographics

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5. How-To! You Are Here Eyes Mouth the scoop on infographics maximum information in minimum space Kerry Seiberlich Be sure to credit the infographic artist, if necessary! Headline Chatter Source line Callouts Types of Infographics Parts of an Infographic 9 Tips for Designing Infographics 1. Infographics must be able to stand alone Visualization of the inherent connections amongst friends' geographically located iTunes Libraries
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Social Interaction
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