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The book teaches readers to: Comprehend the difference between poor and effective visuals and identify examples of each. Understand the importance of context and audience when crafting visual communications. Know what type of visual to use given the information that is to be displayed. Recognize clutter that doesn't add information value and be comfortable cutting it from visuals. Employ pre-attentive attributes to direct attention and prove a visual hierarchy of information.