Visual Clichés: Target and Dart Pictures

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How many times have you seen slides that include pictures of targets and darts, especially when the presenter wanted to emphasize that targets need to be met, or wanted to celebrate the success of a target met? If the last sentence itself sounded so clichéd, imagine how clichéd that slide must appear to the audience? To express similar concepts using different visuals, we will first have to explore what targets and darts represent in the first place.

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Visual Clichés: Target and Dart Pictures

Visual Clichés: Target and Dart Pictures

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