Notably, the essential information was chosen from the Disclosure Community Assignment. The data was visualized in the poster, divided into three crucial sections: CBSA requirements, forms of conversation, and characteristics. The poster builds off the text-based information already in DCA selected as the source document; nonetheless, it is more than text-based because it emphasizes the visual element. The purpose of the poster is to illustrate what is necessary to become a CBSA official and which methods of communication are used among members throughout multiple operations. The intended audience for the poster is new immigrants interested in learning more about the most relevant issues of CBSA. Essentially, the design object targets new arrivals who want to become a member of the CBSA. The medium I selected is a poster because it demonstrates the most crucial information quickly and efficiently and can be placed anywhere. The poster was created in Canva; it includes a title, followed by a brief definition of CBSA, and three sections with CBSA issues.
Canada Border Services Agency mandate. (2021). Canada.ca. Web.
Swales, J. (2019). Reflections on the concept of a discourse community. In E. Wardle & D. Downs (Eds.), Writing about writing (4th ed., pp. 1066-1090). Bedford/St. Martin’s.