Ch 4: Imagery in Story Design

About This Chapter

This comprehensive story design chapter can help your company's designers learn about the uses of imagery. The chapter comes with engaging lessons and mini quizzes, and you can assign them to your employees whenever it's convenient.

Imagery in Story Design - Chapter Summary

Assign this chapter to your design employees to help them review the applications of imagery in story design. These short lessons show your designers how to manipulate images and use them in visual communication. They'll also examine the characteristics of several visual image types, such as:

  • Symbolic images
  • Iconic images
  • Logos
  • Indexical images

Your employees can access these lessons at will using any computer or mobile device. The chapter also comes with short quizzes that reinforce essential imagery terms and concepts.

How It Helps

  • Builds awareness: The chapter's lessons help employees become more aware of different types of images that are used in visual storytelling.
  • Explores image characteristics and applications: Your employees will study the components of several visual communication image types.
  • Improves logo design skills: Employees who complete the chapter will be able to explain how logos are developed and designed.

Skills Covered

By the end of the chapter, your company's designers should be able to:

  • Convey meaning by manipulating images
  • Compare types of visual communication images
  • Discuss the applications of symbolic, iconic indexical and logo images in visual storytelling
  • Outline the design and development of logos

7 Lessons in Chapter 4: Imagery in Story Design
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Manipulating Images to Convey Meaning

1. Manipulating Images to Convey Meaning

In this lesson you will learn how visual images are manipulated and selected for advertising campaigns. The lesson will include images such as symbols and shapes and also discuss the use of color, perspective, style, and content.

Visual Communication: Types of Images & Uses

2. Visual Communication: Types of Images & Uses

Read this lesson to learn how you can use a variety of images to communicate certain thoughts to your viewers. See how important it is to use the right connections in order to get the right message across.

Symbolic Images in Visual Storytelling

3. Symbolic Images in Visual Storytelling

In this lesson, you'll learn how you can use symbolic images in your visual storytelling to send specific messages. Also learn how these messages can change with culture.

Iconic Images in Visual Storytelling

4. Iconic Images in Visual Storytelling

This lesson will define iconic images and iconography. You'll learn about a few such iconic images and how they arise. We'll also go over why they're used in storytelling.

What is a Logo? - Design & Development

5. What is a Logo? - Design & Development

Businesses need to come up with a sort of sign to be identifiable in a market. This sign or logo is what we will discuss today. We will go over the design and development of a logo.

Logo Imagery in Visual Storytelling

6. Logo Imagery in Visual Storytelling

In this lesson, we examine the relationships between logos and stories with numerous well-known examples. We further define how logos can be, and are, iconic.

Indexical Images in Visual Storytelling

7. Indexical Images in Visual Storytelling

In this lesson, you'll learn about indexical images and how you can use them to evoke emotions from your audience without having to say things too literally.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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