An image can mean 1000 words. Good use of images are vital to good visual enhancement and using them correctly can boost your slides immensely. Our clients do not want us to use cliché and generic illustrations, we need to carefully select pictures, and implement them perfectly to keep them happy and coming back to us for more design work. Images can be raster or vector based (photographs or digital illustrations), and good image use starts with making sure you select the right one!

What can it mean if you got this tag as feedback from an admin?

Your image selection is incorrect in some way

It does not fit the client content
It does not follow the client guidelines and/or colouring
It is too generic and bland
It is not from a client or KnowMore approved source
You deleted important client images and substituted it instead of keeping it
The image is of too low or too high contrast

Your image is bad quality and formatting is incorrect in some way

It is of bad quality (low resolution, bad design)
It is distorted in some way (stretched or shrunken)
It is incorrectly cropped
If it is a vector image – it does not have a translucent background

What can you do to become better?

Understand the client content to select the best images
Understand the client style and if needed modify the image to fit with it
Know what sources are acceptable
Understand what images may be replaced and which ones not – if in doubt, ask the admin
Use high quality and resolution images
Pay attention and make sure images are formatted correctly
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