1. “Graphics” Please respond to the following: Describe two common types of graphs, tables, or charts that you see used in your work or school. Discuss whether or not they effectively communicate the purpose, and what other graphics might be more effective for the intended audience. From the e-Activity, describe what makes each graphic a good or bad example of a graphic. For each, identify at least two more ideas to make each better.

1. Graphics Please respond to the following:

  • Describe two common types of graphs, tables, or charts that you see used in your work or school.  Discuss whether or not they effectively communicate the purpose, and what other graphics might be more effective for the intended audience.
  • From the e-Activity, describe what makes each graphic a good or bad example of a graphic. For each, identify at least two more ideas to make each better.

2.  Writing for the Web Please respond to the following:

  • You have likely seen hundreds of thousands of Web pages over the span of your lifetime. Generalize how well you feel the audience and purpose overall of all the Websites you have viewed are aligned. Speculate to the reason behind your generalization.
  • Having summarized your general observations about Websites, discuss what you feel is the most common error you encounter in poorly written or displayed Websites.