Visual Clichés: Overcoming Clichés in Pictures

Created: Wednesday, December 30, 2020, posted by at 12:47 pm

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How many times have you seen the same globe visual used within a slide or even a picture of shaking hands? Or a picture of a phone operator, or even some people smiling while working in an office? And that’s precisely the problem. These pictures have been used so often, and they are so predictable, that the next time an audience sees those same pictures, they will be instantly bored. And that’s exactly what a cliché means. It means that these visual themes have been so over-used, that people are just tired of looking at them!

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Overcoming Clichés in Pictures

Overcoming Clichés in Pictures

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