The photographer has the power when it comes to deciding on the main direction of the photograph. Making the decision to take a picture horizontal, vertical, or asymmetrical can completely change the meaning and feel of a photograph.
Okay so here is another one of the projects that we have been working on in my Digital Communications class. My slideshow that focuses on the same topic as my Infographic, that different colors are used in different logos to … Continue reading
There are a few things that I took away from the is reading from Zettl’s chapter 7 of his book, that I think are very relevant to the slideshow presentation I am working on now and will be posting over … Continue reading
I used to think that this was just something we all told each other in high school when our Art teacher didn’t like our project. As it turns out, it’s actually somewhat true. Sturken and Cartwright discuss this, the idea … Continue reading
One of the projects that we have worked on so far during this semester is an infographic. I chose to create mine based on the topic that I (finally) chose which is how businesses brand themselves with certain colors to … Continue reading
After going back and editing them numerous times, tweaking the seemingly insignificant details to make myself feel better even though they look no different than they did before, I have finally finished my business cards! You can click HERE for … Continue reading
Composing a message is hard work. There are countless incidents of situations where a message has been misunderstood or has given off a completely incorrect meaning.
It’s all about design. Literally. This whole book is all about design. I don’t mind it. But it’s definitely a lot. Chapter 5 focused on grids which I think are fairly self explanatory. Grids can be used to organize material … Continue reading
I’ve always loved creating layouts and designs. Where it’s figuring out a new way to arrange the furniture in my room, how to make a number of picture frames fit on the wall together, or designing pages of my high … Continue reading
Over Fallbreak, our assignment was to read two more chapters from Don Norman’s The Design of Everyday Things. I’m going to focus on the first chapter, chapter 6, because I feel like I can talk about it without repeating a lot of … Continue reading