esponse to this post:A visual analysis is important in communicating findings through the support that they provide to the main claim reported in a research paper or proposal. Visual analysis can be implemented through flowcharts, artifacts, artwork, visual campaigns, and physical spaces. (The Visual Communication Guy: Designing, Writing, and Communication Tips for the Soul, n.d.). For my business research topic, good visual analysis would be a flowchart with survey answers regarding Limited English Proficient (LEP) patients experiences in facilities that lacked proper linguistic devices. These flow charts could include experiences where adverse events occurred with an LEP patient that could have been avoided had proper translation devices/staff been available.In creating a paper that is visually appealing, the author should always make the purpose of the paper clear using the title, an abstract, and even visuals. Make the paper appear to be an easy read to grab the readers attention by using visuals to represent the main purpose or context without cluttering the paper, creating an easy navigation through subheadings and informative headings, and lastly using format charts and graphs to display large amounts of information in a simplified way to allow the reader to fully understand the information present throughout the paper.