Summary: The Importance Of Communication Skills In Graphic Design

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In 2015, almost 58,000 children were sexually abused, but countless of children never reported (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services et al. 44). In The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot, there was a segment where a child was sexually abused by a kin. The young girl, Deborah Lacks, was sitting in the car with Galen, her cousin, who touched her inappropriately, but she did not know how to react. Galen would "grab [her] in the backseat, forcing his hands under her shirt, in her pants, [and] between her legs" (Skloot 113). Deborah believed her clothing was making it easy for Galen to touch her, so, she "swore she'd never wear another pair of jeans with snaps instead of zippers again" (Skloot 113). Sadly, like all perpetrators, …show more content…
Without these three qualities, the finished result would fail dramatically. Cultural awareness is essential because learning and understanding others’ beliefs and values shows respect to society. Communication skills are highly needed in the graphic design world due to the fact the graphic designer needs to know what their client wants, and what message they would like to present. Lastly, integrity is needed because according to the Oxford English Dictionary Online, integrity, in moral sense, is “soundness of moral principle; the character of uncorrupted virtue, especially in relation to truth and fair dealing; uprightness, honesty, sincerity.” For a graphic designer to have integrity is showing the viewer everything they are seeing is true, and

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