Multimedia Design in the interpretation of visual communication

Philosophy of the Social Sciences 35 (2):iii-iv (2005)

Visual communication has become a popular topic in the media through the analysis of visual communication in the laws of formal beauty and features, to facilitate visual communication and multimedia design the perfect combination to achieve a large number of people to pass information to the purpose
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