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pic·to·graph

(pik'tō-graf),
A vision test chart for illiterates.

pictograph

(pĭk′tō-grăf)
A set of test pictures used for testing vision in children and illiterate adults.
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They use a standardized format, which includes a pictogram reflecting the hazard and precautionary statements.
Mixtures containing solvents now have to carry a pictogram with a flames symbol to show the danger of flammability.
The initial five pictograms and poster did not achieve comprehension by 85% of the 37 participants; hence they were modified based on feedback and retested with 67 people (total of 104 participants).
Another student, Noora Alfadala, said she really enjoyed the pictograms project because it gave her practical experience that she could use when applying for jobs after university.
Practical examples should be given for specific chemicals and the associated hazard pictogram and potential signal words.
So organisers have launched a series of pictograms which signify each of the 17 sports.
The other elements of Otl's Gift are a pair of collage drawings, also incorporating the octagonal motif, intended as a reference to Otl Aicher, the designer for the Munich Olympics in 1972, who was particularly known for his pictograms.
MUSCAT | The Muscat Asian Beach Games Organising Committee (MABGOC) is excited to announce the release of the Muscat 2010 pictograms.
Logos, pictograms, and national emblems can also be incorporated.
This same side also features three pictograms that describe the angle of insertion, depth of insertion and cautions such as organs and structures that could potentially be damaged.
In addition, he says, all of them are built up from fewer than 300 elements or pictograms, so someone who knows those can figure out pretty easily what all but the most obscure mean.
Wang about the influence his Western education and European experiences had on the designs that were created under his direction, including the pictograms used to depict the Olympic events.