Lesson Tasks

Lesson Task – Put Thought Into Your Design

Design a 5-page website or blog to promote your hometown (or any other place if you so choose). Present your design along with a strategy that explains the decisions you’ve made during the design process (keep the six steps mentioned in the lesson Web Design Process: Designing for Web (part 2) in mind). Remember, it’s important forFortsett å lese «Lesson Task – Put Thought Into Your Design»

Lesson Task – An introduction to design for screen

Part 1 Explain web-related terms: The internet The internet is essentially the medium for distributing and sending information back and forth. Every server have designated IP addresses from which the information is shipped. Our devices can access the servers and webpages as clients through internet service providers (ISPs). When accessing a domain a request fromFortsett å lese «Lesson Task – An introduction to design for screen»

Lesson Task – Printing

Design your own printing checklist form. As you might see, the gradient on the background is not rendered optimally, as it did in indesign, but for the purpose of this task it is not really significant. What is important, however, is to keep these points in mind when exporting your documents for print, and organizingFortsett å lese «Lesson Task – Printing»

Lesson Task – Layout

Figure/Ground Although we’ve worked on this before in our CA00 we are revisiting this term now more closely related to composition rather than the principles in themselves. The task was to play around with black shapes on a white square paper and observe at which point the distinction between figure and ground becomes blurred. TheFortsett å lese «Lesson Task – Layout»


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