For my revisits project, I have made a lot more progress on my book design, while also finishing my second revisit. I have most of the illustrations done for my book, and typesetting with minor changes to the back cover will be the last thing I tweak before the my first revisit is final. These are […]Read more "Project Revisit: Process Work #2"
Recently in my third year of graphic design, we have been learning about entrepreneurship, and what it takes to be successful at it. We also had three guest speakers come in to talk about their experiences as entrepreneurs; a free lance graphic designer, a free lance graduate from our program, and a graphic designer who […]Read more "Guest Speaking on Entrepreneurship"
One of the main projects I am working on this semester are project revisits, where we get to revisit projects from second year and redesign them using the skills we have learned in third year. For one my revisits I chose to redesign a book project I had done in second year. I had originally […]Read more "Book Design Project Revisit: Process Work"
“I will ensure I receive compensation for graphic design services I provide except for pro-bono work.” This is another important rule to understand, that I have learned about in professional conduct. This rule basically means that as a graphic designer your time is worth money, and you should be paid for everything you do unless […]Read more "Rules of Professional Conduct #2"
“I will act in the best interest of my clients and/or employers, within the limits of these Rules.” Recently in my Portfolio Practice class, we have been learning about the RGD rules of professional conduct. This rule I thought was particularly important, since it basically emphasizes how important it is to respect your relationship with […]Read more "Rules of Professional Conduct"
For this project, the goal was to take a logo we previously designed last semester, and to take it the next level. We were to redesign the logo to refine it or better align to it’s brand values, and then apply it across different mediums. Charlie Chicken (a fictitious restaurant name I was given last semester […]Read more "Charlie Chicken: Redesign & Application"
“Read & Seek Forest” was a project I just recently did for my Interaction Design class. The goal was to design an educational application for children 5 and under, while working with the challenges for designing for a much younger and vulnerable audience. “Read and Seek Forest” teaches children about animals that live in forest […]Read more "“Read & Seek Forest” Children’s Application"