Bachelor of Design

Ian Wang

Project Populmyth
In the last decade, the development of social media and various mobile information platforms has brought another level of information warfare into the world of the 21st century. The propagandists can easily guide public opinion to serve their particular purpose by editing and designing visual messages. The best and most current example is the Russo-Ukrainian War, which allows us to understand how propaganda influences public opinion through various media during the war. For people seeking the truth, it is crucial to seek out multiple sources of information and verify facts before making any decisions. Always be sceptical of emotional appeals and question whether the information presented is accurate and authentic. Project Populmyth aims to create an instruction book that can be easily understood by those who want to improve their publicity. Populmyth is a simple summary of the visual communication knowledge I have learned during my three years at Ara Institute.
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