Using graphics in training artifact

Using graphics in training artifact






Most of the training manual do use graphic during the lessons. Graphics has been used by many students to represent some images to make people understand the kind of information they need to transfer to people easily since it is the habit of individuals to read the graphics very fast and make the conclusion (Hughes & Foley, 2014). This is because they are more appealing to the eyes and contains a lot of information. The representation graphics are used to represent the real appearance of something such as the software applications, forms and perhaps equipment possibly for sale or display most on the internet. Moreover, graphics can also be used as a visual mnemonic to help the students or rather the people in remembering something. Graphics is being employed in many places globally with various functions in the society.

The computer graphics should be used more and more since it is more modern and easy to understand. Since the technology has reached most of the people in the society, the graphic designers should also change and use the computer ones. The graphic that I will be using in the training manual is the Raster graphic where each of the pixels is separated from each other and hence easy identification. Consequently, I want to respond positively to my classmate who said that graphics are essential for any learning process by making it easy and lively.  However, the other classmate who said that graphics should remain handwritten, I want to say that the world is changing with everything in it and all the sectors should be prepared to handle the change and change (Hughes & Foley,2014).


Hughes, J. F., & Foley, J. D. (2014). Computer graphics: principles and practice. Pearson Education.

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