Sunday, April 5, 2009

Opinions please!

Hey all.. I am getting ready to work on a project for school. I have to choose a water soluble and fat soluble vitamin and a mineral and make a informational handout for each.

What I am wondering is, if you were looking for information about vitamins and minerals in a handout. What would attract you to it? What would you want to know about each? Would layout, color, graph or paragraph form be more attractive, or better to understand?

I wont publish your comments if you don't want me to, but I would love your opinions. I would really like to create something that would be helpful and that I can continue to use as I being to work with clients.

Thanks all, Carrie


Permission to Mother said...

One catchy approach might be if you can tie it in to weight loss.
Ei, Why having the vitamin will help you keep a normal weight?

MamaOnABudget said...

Clear and concise information about what it does and why you need to make sure you have enough of it... and what can happen if you don't. Plus lots of info about where it can be found in your foods rather than just supplements (which I have a feeling is the route you're going anyway).

Milissa said...

I agree with MamaOnABudget, I like to know where I can find vitamins and minerals in food sources as opposed to only supplements.

Colour is always good for catching one's attention and I personally prefer paragraph. I sometimes find charts and graps a little too clinical and not as personal, but that's just me. Good luck!