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Calli Morris

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Calli Morris

318 Pioneer Road Apartment 1703 Rexburg, ID 83440

661.476.6489

callimorris@yahoo.com

Table of Contents

Montage

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Event Ad

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Logos

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Stationary

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Brochure

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Web Page

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Flier

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Photodesign

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Montage

Description: This design is a spiritual ad portraying 3 Nephi 15:9. The images symbolize enduring through hard times, because enduring with be worth it in the end when we stand before God. Programs Used: Adobe Photoshop Date: February 13, 2016 Course: Visual Media, Section 1 Instructor: Ben Pingel Objective: Create three completely different, original logos to fit a company or personal image that will appeal to the audience. Do not imitate existing logos or use previous designs, Use only the Illustrator tools to create and draw your logos. No Illustrator prefabricated flares, symbols, No photos or live tracing. Process: The first thing I did was pray about the spiritual message I wanted to portray. I decided to pick 3 Nephi 15:9 because it has a lot of meaning in my life right now. I next picked my images on unsplash. com and downloaded them. I then placed them in Photoshop where I used a mask and filter to blend the footsteps into the mountain and used text on top of the two to portray my message. The final product is featured above.

footsteps into the mountain and used text on top of the two to portray my message.

Event Ad

Description: This project advertises a charity event for the Rexburg Animal Shelter dogs who are homeless or abandoned. The charity event is a sale on puppy adoptions which include puppy vaccinations. All of the proceeds from the event go to the Rexburg Animal Shelter to help dogs in need. Programs Used: Microsoft Word 2011 Date: Janurary 30, 2016 Course: Visual Media, Section 1 Instructor: Ben Pingel Objective: to Comprehend image sizing (how pixels and inches work together, Find, scan and import a high-quality image, Create a full bleed design.Choose a color scheme and typeface(s) that work for your message and audience, and to Learn to use only Word design features without using any Adobe programs, including Photoshop Process: I used the Word 2011 processor on a Mac, specialized PPI for the scanned image and different fonts/colors to portray my message.

Save a life. Give an abandoned puppy a forever home. Porter Park February 28 1
Save a life.
Give an abandoned puppy a forever home.
Porter Park
February 28
1 PM
$90 adoption fee
Vaccinations included
All proceeds go to the Rexburg Animal Shelter.

Logos

Description: These are three possible logos for the local 50’s diner, SodaVine. Programs Used: Adobe Illustator Date: February 20, 2016 Course: Visual Media, Section 1 Instructor: Ben Pingel Objective: Create three completely different, original logos to fit a company or personal image that will appeal to the audience. Do not imitate existing logos or use previous designs, Use only the Illustra-tor tools to create and draw your logos. No Illustrator pre-fabricated flares, symbols, No photos or live tracing. Process: The first thing I did in this process was decide to feature SodaVine for my logo. I am one of the managers at SodaVine and thought it would be fun to recreate the current logo we have into something more modern and eye-catching, but still give off that 50’s vibe. To do this I sketched out plenty of different options for my logo, used Adobe Illustrator to design 3 of them, and then finally picked one to refine into different versions. Picking my favorite one was a hard decision because after getting votes from other people, I found that most people liked one that differed from my personal preference. In the end, I went with my gut and decided on the one that I liked the best and felt really portrayed the atmosphere in SodaVine.

SodaVine

SodaVine

Welcome to the 50s

SodaVine

Welcome to the 50s

SodaVine Welcome to the 50s
SodaVine
Welcome to the 50s

Stationary

Description: These images are stationary and a business cards for Kate Olson Photography, a local photography business started by Kate Olson. Programs Used: Adobe Illustrator and InDesign Date: February 27, 2016 Course: Visual Media, Section 1 Instructor: Ben Pingel Objective: Use the basic tools in Illustrator and InDesign., Create a new logo to fit a company or personal image, Do not imitate exist-ing logos or use previous designs., Don’t use photos or live trace, and Use the new logo to design consistent layouts for a business card and letterhead. Process: I used Illustrator to create the logo for Kate Olson Photo, transferred it over to Adobe Indesign to use to create the logo and stationary pad. I also used different colors, watermarks and design principles to make the whole thing come together.

KateOlson

Photography

KateOlson Photography

Kate Olson

318 Pioneer Road

661.476.6489

facebook.com/kateolsonphoto

kateolson@gmail.com

Photography Kate Olson 318 Pioneer Road 661.476.6489 facebook.com/kateolsonphoto kateolson@gmail.com
Photography Kate Olson 318 Pioneer Road 661.476.6489 facebook.com/kateolsonphoto kateolson@gmail.com

Brochure

Description: This is a brochure advertisement for a hair salon in Rexburg Idaho called Hair We Are. Programs Used: Adobe Illustrator and InDesign Date: March 26, 2016 Course: Visual Media, Section 1 Instructor: Ben Pingel Objective: To Set up and align a two sided, folded document, Create an original, new logo and use it in a brochure, Incorporate quality images, at least four quality images, and Write at least 250 words of original copy in at least three paragraphs, headers, and subheaders Process: I first created a new logo for the business in Illustrator using shapes and text boxes. I then placed that logo inside an InDesign document and added columns for a trifold brochure. I inserted the text for the brochure where it was supposed to go then chose fonts for the title and body copy. I then found photos to use and edited them in photoshop, one to use for a text wrap. I put it all together in InDesign and added some design elements to finish it off.

photoshop, one to use for a text wrap. I put it all together in InDesign and
photoshop, one to use for a text wrap. I put it all together in InDesign and

WebPage

Description: This screenshot is displays a webpage created by both HTML and CSS. It contains information concerning a local photography business, Kate Olson Photography and a logo that represents that business. Programs Used: HTML and CSS Date: March 12, 2016 Course: Visual Media, Section 1 Instructor: Ben Pingel Objective: Write content to describe the process of creating your logo and how it appeals to a target audience. (Minimum of 200 words. Include rationale for colors, appeal to target audience, design skills, etc, Acquire a working knowledge of HTML, Include all required tags, Acquire a working knowledge of CSS, Customize the provided CSS pro-vided to format the HTML to complement the logo design. Change at least the following: The h1 text color h1 background color, font colors for the paragraphs & list items, the background color, font families and add at least one css comment. Process: I used Adobe Illustrator to insert the business name and create the shapes that later made the camera. I assembled those shapes in the right places then resized the whole logo to fit a webpage. I then inserted that logo into an HTML file, attached a CSS link into the HTML file to link the two and started customizing my webpage. This process includes choosing colors, fonts and correctly embedding an HTML file.

and started customizing my webpage. This process includes choosing colors, fonts and correctly embedding an HTML

Flier

Description: Greyscale flier used to inform college graduates of an upcoming seminar. Programs Used: Adobe InDesign Date: January 23, 2016 Course: Visual Media, Section 1 Instructor: Ben Pingel Objective: To Apply the design principles and use appropriate typography, Incorporate basic InDesign skills to improve basic flier lay-out, Retrieve image and logo from links on this page, Create a project folder with image, and have the logo and InDesign document to keep links in InDesign intact. Process: I used the InDesign CC program to sketch out the format of the flier, used contrast for the word “graduate” to make it stand out, demonstrated contrasting typeface fonts, used alignment and proximity for creativity and simplified the whole design for a refreshing and eye catching ad.

Graduate
Graduate
Graduate
Graduate

Graduate

Graduate

Leadership Conference

and eye catching ad. Graduate Leadership Conference Do you want to have the competitive edge in

Do you want to have the competitive edge in business?

Come learn how at Vouant Communication’s annual Graduate Leadership Conference.

Vouant Communications is devoted to helping tomorrow’s leaders gain essential leadership skills in the workplace. During this dynamic three-day seminar, attendees will meet with top executives of Vouant Communications to discuss breakthrough leadership techniques, while cultivating attributes of leadership that will market to any employer.

Conference is available to graduating seniors. Space is limited.

October 21 8 a.m.-5p.m.

Lincoln Convention Center

Conference is available to graduating seniors. Space is limited. October 21 8 a.m.-5p.m. Lincoln Convention Center

Photodesign

Description: This Photodesign project portrays an inspirational quote from Martin Luther King and an edited image associated with that quote. Programs Used: Adobe Photoshop Date: February 6, 2016 Course: Visual Media, Section 1 Instructor: Ben Pingel Objective: to Learn basic photography skills, Choose a color scheme, take a photo to match those colors, then incorporate the colors into the layout, Use a digital camera to take a quality image, Adjust image levels, saturation, color balance, sharpen tool on sep-arate layers for NDE (nondestructive editing.) Size and crop the image, then place on an 8.5 by 11 page layout, Use layers to design text, and repeating graphic elements in Photoshop. Process: I first used newly learned photography skills to capture the image, took it to Photoshop to edit it, and applied Focus design principles to put the whole project together.

capture the image, took it to Photoshop to edit it, and applied Focus design principles to