- Speech Visualization: Print vs. Motion.
Choose a “great” AUDIO speech from the 20th Century. With the audio of the speech you have chosen, you will be creating a typographic expression/visual of the speech. The final designs are typographic visualizations of the speech. Each capturing the speeches mood, tone, intonation, emphasis, personality, feeling, stresses, pauses. The final products must be readable and the reader must be able to make its way through the speech.
Hierarchy must be clear.