My Reflective Journal

Lt 1.3 The creative process: step four

Using any of the vector-building methods mentioned in today’s lesson, convert one of the existing sketches below into a vector graphic. Watch Von Glitschka’s vector-building tutorials again if you need guidance (see the videos in today’s lesson). Feel free to change the raw sketch to make it your own: add to it or subtract. You…

LT 1.2 The creative process: step two and three

In 2008, Paula Scher gave a talk at the Art Centre Design Conference in Pasadena, California, named “Serious Play”. Today, it’s widely shared and referenced by graphic design educators because of its simple but also complex truth. In essence, it’s about the importance of play in graphic design (which is quite serious!) and not falling…

LT 1.1 The creative process: step 1

Write a short, informal paragraph to describe the type of graphic designer you want to be. It can have as many words as you feel fit and can be in any format you wish: draw a picture, add a photo, or make a mind map. Let your personality shape the delivery.  The questions below may…

LT 1.4 HTML links and images

The task For this lesson task, you will continue to work on the web project to promote Norwegian salmon. You can use the same HTML document you’ve been working on in the previous two lesson tasks as a starting point.  Part 1 Create the other HTML pages that you have planned for the webpage. (This should include all the pages that are on your <ul>).…

LT 1.3 Semantic HTML

The task For this lesson task, you’ll be working on the same HTML document you created in the previous lesson task, «Creating an HTML structure». Part 1 The following elements should now be added to the HTML document: <meta> element with some metadata – charset, description, keywords, author, viewport – note: must sit within the <head>…

LT 1.2 HTML basics

The task For this lesson task, you need to create a basic HTML structure. Part 1 In Adobe Dreamweaver, open up the index.html file you created in the previous lesson task. If you do not have one, then create a new document now.Make sure the HTML file is saved as index.html in the folder structure…

LT 1.1 HTML basics – Hosting and file management

The task The Norwegian Seafood Council wants to promote the health benefits of Norwegian salmon to the local and international market. You need to create an informative website for this purpose. (This is a fictitious client and project). Part 1 You need to come up with a list of at least five domain names the client could purchase. Use…

LT 2.1 Illustration, infographic and brochure

Practical assignment (observation and analysis) Use the logo you created in Week 1 and design a brochure for your product. You may use any format you like, just make sure that the format is in line with and adds to your logo design. Your brochure must contain an illustration. This could be the infographic alone,…

LT 1.1 Create a logo

Develop a name for a dog food product. Design a logo for this product, using full colour. The logo must contain a main visual and typography. (Use the “People Saving Pets” logo as a guide – this does not mean your design should be the same, it is simply an example.) Follow each of the…

LT 9.2 Create a campaign

Billabong has decided to create a campaign especially for a new item of clothing, a snow jacket like this one. Potential customers who see the product on Instagram, can click through to the landing page to learn more about it. Your task is to design a high-fidelity long-form landing page for this product (using Figma or…

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