Form development/creation for redesign Letterforms are the basic language of typography: these visual signs serve as device that help thoughts become visible. Today there is great emphasis placed upon the experimentation and exploration of typographic design. The artist/designer should become sensitive to characteristics and intricacies of letterforms design. In this problem we will look at … Read More
Over the past several years we have seen words become more physical, more embodied, more pictorial. Typography serves to attract attention, interpret content, set a mood or establish and identity for an institution. Each typeface in turn has it’s own unique texture and tone. As designers we need to examine it s inner parts … Read More
Using whatever means you have access to generate letterforms: Found in a magazine/newspaper, rubbings, use of a camera, computer generated etc. I would like you to create a typographic introduction of yourself. This pieces should include your name and something of interest you would like to mention about your self (15-30 words). This piece should be … Read More
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Connect to the server and use this address to connect to my computer: OP122701 Login on as a guest. Go to Folder Art 220.
Introduction- Typography is the foundation of graphic design/visual communication. It serves as a powerful tool that can be utilized to visually present our thoughts and attitudes through the usage of letterforms and words, and intern formulate a typographic syntax (cohesive visual whole). This course is designed to introduce students to the basics of typography and … Read More
On the post, Type Anatomy, the first pdf file with the green banner at the top. Go to page 4 and review Type Classifications of five serifs. Have this informaiton reviewed before friday class.
1. Open Flash file 2. File > Save As (to make duplicate of file) 3. Delete sound layer 4. Change frame rate to 12 FPS 5. File > Export movie (as Quicktime) 6. Open iMovie 7. Import Quicktime clip into iMovie 8. Drag Quicktime clip to iMovie stage 9. Clip adjustments — speed up to … Read More