Emotional Power

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I decided to use an example of emotional power to portary effective design. Look at this link: http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://img.ibtimes.com/www/data/imag...

Everyone knows that this is from September 11. The text says, "Clear and powerful images often need little or no accompanying text to make their point. In such cases, a picture is worth not just 1,000 words but in fact can soar emotionally well beyond them". This picture is effective design because it does just that. This one picture brings back so many memories to the audience. This image is associated with evil, but it is efficient at communicating through experience and memory. The text uses the example of the Holocaust and how it is associated with being one of the world's most powerful and unsettling events. The example I have chosen also goes along these guidelines.

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This is a great example of

This is a great example of the use of emotional power to portray effective design. Many images are tied to 9/11 and none of those need words to convey the emotion that they evoke from American citizens.

This is definitely an

This is definitely an effective design. Every American knows what this is because of the history and experience and that's why there is no need for the text. This picture just creates and emotional response.