- Portfolio (Scribd.com):
- Project Corrections / Time spent:
- Logo: I changed the logo to be for a design company rather than a photography company. I changed the text from photography to creative. 8 minutes
- Letterhead: I changed the logo so that “pucker up” was closer to “Lemonade”. 5 minutes
- Business Card: I changed the logo so that “pucker up” was closer to “Lemonade”. 5 minutes
- Photo Design: I completely changed the design for the image. I added new boxes and changed the color scheme. I also redid the typography. 15 minutes
- Montage: I started over. I found two new images. I then edited the photo of the girl so her shoe was brick colored. I then blended the images and added new typography. 25 minutes
- Flier: For this I edited the image that I used. I then gave the background a color. I also changed the typography on the title. I also added the bars under the title so it matched the bottom. 20 minutes
- Message: To showcase my work through a professional portfolio.
- Audience: Potential employers and clients
- Top Thing Learned: The top thing I learned was how to use master pages. I could place my design on one page and have it continue onto the desired pages. I could also easily rearrange the pages as well.
- Future application of Visual Media: I am taking more visual classes, and will apply what I have learned. I have also been asked by family to complete various projects.
- Color scheme and color names: Complementary: Brick and Teal
- Title Font Name & Category: Sans Serif: Shree Devanagari 714
- Copy Font Name & Category: Sans Serif: Shree Devanagari 714
- Thumbnails of Images used: none, just my projects
- Sources (Links to images on original websites / with title of site)
none, just my projects
- Portfolio Video
- Description: This is a brochure to promote a Mexican Restaurant.
- Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): This brochure was created using Adobe Indesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop. First I sketched ideas for the brochure. Once I created a design I liked I created the layout in Indesign. Then I choose a color scheme and found pictures that I liked. I then wrote the body copy for my brochure. After that I created a logo, and accompanying vector graphics. Then I edited the images to have them match the color scheme.
- Message: Come and eat at Rico’s Tacos.
- Audience: Anyone who enjoys Mexican food.
- Top Thing Learned: The main thing I learned was how to text wrap. I text wrapped around the nachos, and around the edges of the brochure. It was tricky learning how to text wrap around a shape, and to make the wrapping go on the inside of the shape.
- Color scheme and color names: Analogous: Red, Brick, Orange
- Title Font Name & Category: Sans Serif: Fat Frank
- Copy Font Name & Category: Old Style: Minion Pro
- Word Count of copy: 218 Words
- Thumbnails of Images used:
- Sources: http://californiatortilla.com/2012/11/november-taco-talk-issue-207/
What the Yuck: Does eating Mexican food really bring on labor?
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- Description: This is a web page I created to showcase a logo I made.
- Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): I made this using TextWrangler. To make this web page I created two documents. One document was the html code and the other document was for the css code. Using css I was able to code in the background image, make the box semi transparent, and add the script font seen above.
- Message: The message is to explain how I created the Pucker Up Lemonade Logo.
- Audience: The audience is
- Top Thing Learned: The top thing I learned was how to embed a font. It was difficult to get the font I wanted to appear on all internet browsers, but thanks to google. It was possible.
- Color scheme and color hex(s): Split Complementary: Violet #92278f, Yellow #f5ee31, Green #0b9444
- Title Font Families & Category: Script: Sacramento
- Copy Font Families & Category: Sans-serif: Arial
- Changes made to the CSS: Background Image, Opacity of the box, Web embeded font, The shape of the title box, the alignment of the logo, and other small changes.
- Word Count: 233 words
Business Card (8.5×11)
Business Card (Large)
- Description: Business Card and Letterhead for a Lemonade company
- Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): This business idea started while I was living in Florida. When I found out about this project I thought why not create a logo for a company that one day I would want to create. I started drafting logos, and then I went into Illustrator and created the logo you see. After that I took the logo image from Illustrator and created the business card and letterhead in InDesign.
- Message: That this is a fun lemonade company.
- Audience: Those who love lemonade.
- Top Thing Learned: The main thing I learned was how to create a watermark. Although the watermark did not make it to the final design it was still cool to learn how to create one.
- Color scheme and color names: Split Complementary: Violet, Yellow, Green
- Title Font Name & Category: Script: Sacramento
- Copy Font Name & Category: Slab Serif: Slab Tall X
- Description: Logo for my designs
- Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): First I drafted some Ideas of what I liked. Then I went into Illustrator and created three different logos. From there I took a poll on which ones people liked. I then picked a logo, and edited it.
- Message: This is a photography company.
- Audience: Anyone looking for a photographer.
- Top Thing Learned: The top thing I learned was how to use Adobe Illustrator. This software is different from anything else I have used so it was interesting to learn how it works.
- Color Scheme and Color Names: Analogous: Blue Indigo Purple
- Title / Body Font Names & Categories: Sans Serif: Josefin Sans
- Description: This a montage made by blending two images with typography.
- Process (Programs, Tools, Skills, Steps taken while designing): I thought of different gospel quotes that I liked. Once I decided on a quote I picked some images that I thought would work well together. I then went into Photoshop and masked the images together. Then I added the quote.
- Message: My message is thanking the Lord for his beautiful creations.
- Audience: My audience is members of the LDS church.
- Top Thing Learned: The top thing I learned was how masking worked. I learned that while you are trying to remove part of an image if you color is not true black it will not disappear completely.
- Filter / Colorization used and where it was applied: I blurred part of the trees on the image of the girl before I blended them so that way it would be easier to blend and not have so many hard lines.
- Color scheme and color names: Split Complementary: Blue, Green, Brick
- Title Font Name & Category: Script: Nouradilla
- Copy Font Name & Category: Sans Serif: Helvetica Neue
- Thumbnails of Images used:
- Sources (Links to images on original websites / with title of site):
- Description: A full bleed poster displaying skills in photography and Photoshop.
- Process (Programs, Tools, Skills, FOCUS principles): First I used my Cannon Rebel T3i to create the image. I then opened the image in Photoshop. I used the spot healing tool to remove the blemishes on the tomato, and the flash. Then I adjusted the levels of the photo. After that I sharpened the leaves and the face of the tomato. Then I added the boxes and the text.
- Message: Your imperfections help you grow. The moment you think you are perfect you stop growing.
- Audience: Anyone who is struggling and trying to grow.
- Top Thing Learned: The main thing I learned was how different layers can change your image. The way you layer makes a big difference in the end result.
- Color scheme and color names: Analogous: Lime, Yellow, Gold
- Title Font Name & Category: Slab Serif: Typo GeoSlab
- Copy Font Name & Category: Slab Serif: Typo GeoSlab
- Thumbnail of original, unedited image inserted
- Date and location you took the photo: Feb. 2, 2016 Benson Greenhouse
I really enjoyed this assignment because it allowed my to practice my photography skills and I learned how to use some basic principles in photoshop. For my first light image I was up near the Hinckley building when this pine tree blew me away. The original photo had a light post in it, but thanks to photoshop it is no longer there. The second light image was taken in the greenhouse. Both focus images are courtesy of the greenhouse, as well as the rule of thirds image. The final image of my roommate was taken in the apple orchard.
My favorite image would have to be the one of the cactus. First I love it because it reminds me of home. The second reason why it’s my favorite is because I love the detail of the image. I also really enjoy them colors of the cactus as well.
- Description: This is a flier used to promote a swim-a-thon to benefit an after school program.
- Process: I used Microsoft Word to create this flier. First I looked at my image and decided what a good color scheme would be. Once I figured out my colors I then started making shapes. I knew that I wanted the text not to touch the swim photo so I designed shapes around the image and put my text there.
- Message: If you volunteer to swim or donate money the proceeds will go to help an after school program receive money.
- Audience: My audience is anyone using the aquatic center.
- Color scheme and color names: Analogous: Indigo, Purple, Violet
- Top Thing Learned: How the text wrap influences how a shape looks and how it interacts with the page.
- Title Font Name & Category: Decorative: Aquatico
- Copy Font Name & Category: Sans Serif: Candara
- Scanned images used, sources, original sizes, location of scanner used: I used an image from Swim World Magazine. It was a 5×7. I used a my scanner in my apartment which is a Epson XP-310.
- Description: This flyer was created to advertise for a graduate leadership conference.
- Process (Programs, Tools, Skills, FOCUS principles): I started with a few sketches. Then I went to InDesign and created a rough draft based of my sketches. I tried to keep my design simple and make use of negative space. I also tried hard to keep things aligned, and that FOCUS principles were used. I had two people critique my draft. Then I went back into InDesign and made some changes and got the final draft you see pictured above.
- Message: There is a conference to help students who are graduating build leadership skills.
- Audience: Students who are graduating that want to build skills.
- Top Thing Learned: The top thing I learned was how InDesign worked.
- Title Font Name & Category: Script: Lavanderia
- Copy Font Name & Category: Sans Serif: Arial
- Links to images used in this project: