Graphics and Color Choices Use color and graphics to organize Use graphics to inform, not distract (remember copyrights, too!) Use color combinations/fonts which are easy to read
Color Combinations and Font Choices High contrast between text and background is easier to read. Some type styles are easier to read than others and others ! Low contrast between text and background is difficult to read. Some color combinations clash and seem to vibrate. Text over a photo or texture can be difficult to read.
Other Tips: Links to resources and activities are descriptive File size matters (video, images, PowerPoint) File formats are "universal"
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