The ability to view things accurately or create mental images, process them and translate them from imagination to reality.
People with strong Graphic Visual Intelligence have an aptitude for design, drawing, coloring, painting, creating models, etc. They find it easy to think in pictures and images. They easily see images in their mind and can represent them in visually artistic ways. They have a knack for looking into details and often see elements that others miss.
People with strong Graphic Visual Intelligence are inclined to:
Beauty professional, camera operator, flash animator, videographer, art editor, user interface designer.
Drawing & painting, clay modelling, making model cars, notebook decoration, gardening, bird watching.
*While working with students and making use of the MNTEST to guide students into professions, Steven Rudolph encountered limitations with the Visual Intelligence category defined by Howard Gardner. This led him to splitting this intelligence into two: Graphic and Spatial Visual Intelligence.
The ability to manipulate objects within space, and move objects around with precision.