Inside. This is before the cutting of the door shape.
Back and the doors.
- Description:A gate brochure of Dungeons and Dragons
- Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): The process was done with mostly photoshop. I found an already made gate template and pretty much colored inside the lines. I had to us the rulers a lot to make sure things would match up on both sides. I pretty found a bunch of D&D pictures and applied them to the brochure. The inside has a blend of a background picture on a parchment template. I would put the doors up and make them transparent so I had a sense of where to put my pictures and type. A lot of it was kinda tedious to be honest.
- Message: The message is to get people to play D&D
- Audience: Since it’s D&D it’s more for a geeky audience
- Top Thing Learned: How to actually do a brochure
- Color scheme and color names: Um grey and brown. This was a variation of colors.
- Title Font Name & Category: Dungeon (I downloaded it)
- Copy Font Name & Category: The same as above. I thought it looked appropriate
- Word Count of copy: According to Word it’s 311
- Thumbnails of Images used:
- Sources (Links to images on original websites)
I sure hope that’s all of them
- Description: In truth this is just a fake business card. I just made a logo and wrote some stuff.
- Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): The tools are InDesign and Illustrator. I made the logo in Illustrator and transferred it into InDesgin. It was fairly straight forward.
- Message: The message is just a business card to a fake place I own. Nothing real.
- Audience: I had in mind a nice class people idea.
- Top Thing Learned: Um? I’m not sure. I learned you could change the scaling into inches from something called 0p.
- Color scheme and color names: The card is blue and black but the logo is blue, green, and red. The writing is white.
- Title Font Name & Category: Rockwell Bold
- Copy Font Name & Category: Rockwell Standard
- Description: This is for my buddies brewery from back home. Yes I’m very well aware this is BYUI and this is a logo for beer… However, I was having a hard time coming up with an idea. I tried making the B look like a bottle with some foam and cans.
- Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): This was done in Adobe Illustrator and to be honest I relied a lot on the shape tools. I had a dickens of a time trying to figure this stuff.
- Message: Well, it’s beer. Please don’t drink beer.
- Audience: People who drink I guess?
- Top Thing Learned: How to kind of use the program.
- Color Scheme and Color Names: Brown and white
- Title / Body Font Names & Categories: Stencil Standard Bold and Onyx
Please once again I’m not trying to promote beer.
1. Description: This is from a Les Miserables quote from Javert in his song Stars. In my opinion the musical and the book has some good spiritual messages. So, I thought this would work out.
2. Process (Programs, Tools, Skills, Steps taken while designing): The process was pretty much how we did the first assignment in this project 4. Some masking and some text. Nothing really too complex. I had to find some pictures that worked I suppose.
3. Message: The message was that doing what is right will give you great things
4.Audience: Members and Les Miz fans
5. Top Thing Learned: How to use the masking tool
6. Filter / Colorization used and where it was applied: Didn’t have one
7. Color scheme and color names:
8. Title Font Name & Category: Copperplate Gothic Bold
9. Copy Font Name & Category: Copperplate Gothic Light
10. Thumbnails of Images used:
11. Sources (Links to images on original websites / with title of site): I don’t even recall I just used Google
Light 1: Outside
Light 2: Inside
Focus 1: Foreground
Focus 2: Background
Composition 1: Thirds
Composition 2: Lead Room
I just mostly took pics of things in my apartment. Besides the outside one. I probably should’ve cleaned up but eh whatever. I didn’t have time to check out a camera for a few hours only so I had to use a cell phone camera. However, the focus pictures are done with a little better camera. I’ve also used Photoshop in the past but not too much of it. The things we had to do in this were all pretty new to me.
I wish I had some lights or something because the light in my apartment isn’t the best. Heck even with the outside pic the weather has been cloudy. I tried to get the sky though regardless. I’m sure these would be better with a better camera but I did what I could.
Description: A black and white flier for a graduate event.
Process (Programs, Tools, Skills, FOCUS principles): I drew several sketches and chose one to work with InDesign. I mostly went for a more grey and white look to things. I wanted things more light. Also I tried to keep things simple.I was given the material to work with for this too.
Message: I was going for a professional look but simple at the same time.
Audience: Being a graduate flier the audience are graduates.
Top Thing Learned: Mostly about how to use InDesign.
Title Font Name & Category: Rockwell Extra Bold – Slab Serif
Copy Font Name & Category: Minion Pro – San Serif
Links to images used in this project: https://130.commbyui.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/JuliePeterson-Leadership-conference-business-rexburg-Idaho_7530-as-Smart-Object-1.jpg
Several opportunities to distribute my media could involve facebook, vimeo, or even youtube. Moreover, I could also keep followers updated on these sites. Another way would to be showing my work to friends and family and then having them spread the joy.