Killer Texting

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Source.
Lily Goldsmith from Valencia CC.

My posting, “Texting As Killer, As Savior” generated strong interest and I wanted to share some more compelling graphic designs from Dr. Robin Landa’s Wiley Student Advertising Design Challenge, “Texting and Driving Don’t Mix.” Which one do you think conveys the message most clearly?

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Comments

  1. #1 Bethistopheles
    February 27, 2011

    I’ll say the second. Being faced with death has never been that good at influencing a demographic that thinks they’re invincible. I think teenagers would have an easier time imagining themselves as wheelchair bound than dead. And they won’t like the idea one bit.

  2. #2 ajlounyinjurylaw
    March 10, 2011

    It only takes a split second, distracted, eyes off the road to cause a major accident, or maybe even death. Let’s not learn the hard way.

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