In 750-1000 words, write a reflective analysis to accompany the final draft of your Visual-Verbal design project that details your composing process and analyzes your rhetorical choices. I’ll expect that you’ll use the terminology and theory we’ve discussed in class up to that point and that you used in your rhetorical analyses. Please address the following questions:
- Describe your composing process for this project. How was it similar to or different from your experience with more traditional writing assignments?
- What did your project argue? What rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, logos) did you use to make these arguments?
- Who is your intended audience? How did you change your argument to suit this audience?
- Where do you intend to share this? Be as specific as possible (for example, don’t just say “a magazine,” say “Sports Illustrated, next to a story about Heisman trophy prospects”)
- Describe your design choices. How did you decide to arrange your project? What images, typefaces, illustrations, colors did you use?
- What part of this project are you most proud of and/or what did you work the hardest on? Where did you struggle?
- Is there anything else about your project/process that you want to express?
Remember, this is worth 40 points and is due XXX (post to your google drive along with your finished project)