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" Faces of type are like men’s faces.
As we have worked with the past two projects (logo design & the poster animation), the area where students have struggled the most is with handling type in their designs. This is a common problem. The people that we design for (our audience) often fail to understand the hidden importance of the choices that designers make when designing with type. Designers can't make that same mistake.
This week, we'll be working on a number of small projects to help you understand how type also uses contrast (including size, color, shape, and personality) to help form meaning in a design. Here are the steps we'll be following:
The final project we'll be working this calendar year will take about two weeks to create. This project will be due on Thursday, December 20th. You are going to be creating an accordian text book. This will require you to use both Photoshop and Illustrator. Below are the objectives for this project:
Mr. Tucker is in his 23rd year as the instructor for the Graphic Arts program. Prior to his teaching career he worked in the flexography industry for ten years and in quick printing for ten years.
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AM - Thursdays - 1
PM - Thursdays - 7
PM - Mondays - 7