ART421 Visual Communications IV

  • warm-up: typographic variations through changing parameters

    August 22, 2013

    A visual hierarchy is an arrangement of elements in a graduated series, from most prominent to the least prominent, in a area of typographic space. When establishing a visual hierarchy, a designer carefully considers the relative important of each element in the message, the nature of the reader, the environment where the communication will be … Read More

  • Poster

    August 20, 2013

    I need a poster developed and I will provide you will all the content. It must be 70% Typographic or more, which gives you 30% graphics elements or illustrations. This must be developed in InDesign, one color,tabloid size, no bleed and you must use all the content. I will give you ______ time to develop … Read More

  • Inspiration

    August 19, 2013

    Designers to look at for typographic usage: rick poyner pentagram margo chase tomato willi kunz bob aufuldish tobius frere-jones loranie wild philip meggs lucille tenazas jonathan barnbrook david cason paula scher petrula vrontikis why not associates michael vanderbyl jennifer sterling matthew carter clement mok ellen lupton stephan sagmeister clifford stoltze milton glaser april greiman wolfgang … Read More

  • Samples of Student Resume

    Here is a bad Download Bad resume   Here some other examples: Download Lauren Moll  Download Michellekreweresume  Download RESUME_HUYEN  Download Sara Ruder resume  Download Student resume   Some other information as well:  Download Insights on writing your resume

  • More information about Resume

      The Graphic Design Resume Guide Your graphic design resume is going to be just as important as your portfolio, if not more important than your portfolio when it comes to job hunting. This is because most people will examine your resume before they open your portfolio book, meaning your resume is going to be … Read More

  • Insights on your Resume

      By Steff Geissbuhler, Chermayeff & Geismar Inc. I can tell a lot from your résumé. It is probably the first I hear of you and therefore an introduction to you as a person and as a professional designer. It's your one-page portfolio. It’s the virtual you. The way your cover letter is written tells … Read More

  • Syllabus

    August 16, 2013

    Introduction Typography serves as the basic grammar of graphic design. Letterforms, words, phrases and paragraphs are at the core of what we utilize to communicate. Type provides an essential “voice” for content. Nearly all forms of visual communications from printed material to video and digital media utilize typography. Therefore, it is an inherently powerful tool … Read More

  • Books for next semester

    December 9, 2009

    1.  A designer's Research Manual succed in Design by knowing your clients and what they really need.  Rockport  by Jenn + Ken Visocky O'Grady 2. The Brand Gap.  New Riders.  by Marty Neumeier

  • Other information relating to FLash

    December 2, 2009

    Importing sound into GarageBand     1. Open GarageBand     2. Create project; save as “name”     3. on the right hand side towards the bottom select the Media Browser           button, this has a music note on the button     4. than select the Audio button, fined your music in iTunes     5. drag the file the center panel and drop      6. … Read More

  • One more thing due Tomorrow!!!

    November 8, 2009

    I expect you to print out your description of the magazine, what was purpose and who it was directed towards.

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