Monthly Archives: March 2014

Timeline left 3/25

March 25, 2014

CLASS PERIODS 11 WEEKS 6 MONTHS 1+ Projects Completed ??

Timeline 3/25 – 4/03

March 20, 2014

3/25  • turn in research on packaging (this will be turned in on the cream folders at the beginning of class) • review what types of packaging you will be doing – boxs, bottles, peg items, etc.  • see some of the designs for your packaging   3/27 Animated banner Due: you will upload your … Read More

Animated Banner

This is NOT a static banner, like the truman banners. I want a 10 second animated banner to promote: your company in the form of a Ad – product and/or service. Something to think about is not everything in the banner had to move. Here are the requirements for the banner: • 10 second animated … Read More

Packaging Links

March 19, 2014

Textures: http://www.cruzine.com/2010/10/11/free-paint-textures/ http://www.noupe.com/freebie/40-fresh-free-texture-packs-from-2010.html Packaging: http://free-download-vector.com/category/packaging http://www.ideem.it/en/templates-page-2.html http://retaildesignblog.net/2013/01/15/trophy-beer-labels-by-galya-akhmetzyanova-pavla-chuykina/ Retail Designed blog: http://retaildesignblog.net

Packaging web site

A great resource on packaging design. http://www.thedieline.com/

Packaging Checklist

Review initial research. . . March 25   Review brands, products or services that your company produces and markets.   Discuss a way to improve your packaging for these items.   What does your competition employ as a strategy for packaging?   What is the most effective way to protect, transport, display and create electricity… … Read More

Student Packaging

                

Student Ads

March 4, 2014

  "Garmin will help you find the perfect getaway spot, even if there's no roads to get there."   "Baby gates should not have lasers.  Levels should."   "No harmful vapors."   

Inspirational Magazine Layouts

Corporate Ads

01.  Review a set of 6 print Ads and 3 motion pieces that you find highly successful in communicating a  message to a specific audience.    02.  With tracing paper discover the grid of each AD, name the      fonts used and point size, analyze color approach (i.e. monochromatic, etc.)   03.  Select two of the … Read More