Visual perception and interactions with the everyday of school

Visual perception is defined as the ability to interpret the surrounding environment by processing information that is contained in visible light. Consider all the graphic design one student encounters in a day. He gets on the yellow school bus, sees and ignores safety signs, sits next to a student with a concert t-shirt, looks down social media posts on his phone. He arrives at school, sees his school name on the outside brick wall, sees a banner overhead, graduation signs, posters in the hallways. He is now in class and sees many things at once including a pile of book covers, motivational posters, objectives for the day on the board, he opens his laptop and opens to his teachers website, then goes to a quiz.