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MollyJo Mead

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MollyJo Mead

487 S. 3rd W. Apt 314 Rexburg, ID 83440

253.777.5992.

skifly16@yahoo.com

Table of Contents

Brochure

Imaging

Web Page

Stationery

Logos

Business Card

Montage

Event Ad

Flier

Brochure

Description:

Create a document to promote or inform. Use Photoshop and InDesign to create a layout and organzized brochure.

Date:

March 30, 2013

Course/ Instructor:

Comm 130 Section 5 Eric Lybbert

Program(s) / Tools used:

Adobe Photoshop and InDesign

Objectives:

Set up and align a two-sided, folded document. Create an original company logo and use it in a brochure. Incorporate quality images.

Process:

I started out drawing a outline of what I wanted my

brochure to look like and what the basic design would be. Then I selected the 4 images of my family. I opened up InDesign and started placing the images in the general area that I wanted them and placed the text. After that I worked on alignment. I added repetition with red stripes and red boarders around the images.

I edited the image of my parents and I, cutting it our

in photoshop. I placed that image and text rapped the paragraph around it. Below that I placed the logo.

Front

Inside

Back

Front Inside Back
Front Inside Back
Front Inside Back

Imaging

Description:

Use Photoshop to edit a high quality image. Use cropping and sizing skills along with other editing techniques.

Programs/Tools Used:

Adobe Photoshop, Nikon camera

Date:

February 9, 2013

Course/ Instructor:

Comm 130 Section 5 Eric Lybbert

Objectives:

Learn basic photography skills. Use a digital camera to take a quality image, then download it. Size and crop the image. Adjust image brightness, contrast, hue and saturation levels. Use a selection tool to isolate a portion of the image. Desaturate the selected portion of the image. Use a filter or colorize a portion of the image.

Process:

I went out with my nikon camera, just a simple point

and shoot, and took this picture. I chose to use this picture because I liked how the big rock stood out and the slight red/ orange coloring. I put it into photoshop

and desaturated the rocks except for the main one. Then

I added a filter called paint daubs to give it a different texture.

Web Page

Description:

Use a logo you created and create a web page with description of the design process that demonstrates basic HTML and CSS skills.

Programs/Tools Used:

textwrangler and Adobe Photoshop.

Date:

March 16, 2013

Course/ Instructor:

Comm 130 Section 5 Eric Lybbert

Objectives:

Size and optimize an original logo as a .png for a web page. Write content to describe the process of creating your logo and how it appeals to a target audience. Design a web page using HTML to display the logo and content. Acquire a working knowledge of HTML and basic understanding of CSS. Identify hex colors for web design. Compress multiple files in a zipped folder to attach as one file.

Process:

I started off this project by resizing the logo and saving it. I put it in a folder with the HTML and css. I took

a rough draft of the HTML I had and put in all the

information that I wanted. I added paragraphs and made a list. Then in the css file I changed all of the background colors. I changed the fonts and colors of the text. I changed the edges and padding. I used Photoshop to match the sand color that I used on the business card. Word count for the web page is 241.

Stationery

Description:

Design a logo and create a statioinary with it.

Programs/Tools Used:

Adobe Illustrator

Date:

March 2, 2013

Course/ Instructor:

Comm 130 Section 5 Eric Lybbert

Objectives:

Create a new logo to fit a company or personal image. Design consistent layouts for a letterhead. Use the basic tools of Illustrator & InDesign.

Process:

When I was creating the logo I knew I wanted it to be simple. I started out with finding a font that I liked. Then I added a black rectangle blow the main name and change “sand and gravel” to white. Changing it like that gave it a pop effect that helped the logo stand out more. On the letterhead I used the same thing but I stretched the black rectangle to go across the page. I then took the truck and changed the opacity of it and made it a watermark. I changed the font for the information and for the letterhead I added a slim black bar at the bottom for some repetition.

Logos

Description:

Look at what kind of logo would best represent a company. Design three completely different variations for consideration.

Programs/Tools Used:

Adobe Illustrator

Date:

February 23, 2013

Course/ Instructor:

Comm 130 Section 5 Eric Lybbert

Objectives:

Create a variety of logos to fit a company or personal image. Use the basic tools of Illustrator.

Process:

I started out looking at the different fonts that were available and also went online and downloaded some. Then I made the first logo by making the main letters bigger and then changing the spacing in-between the letters. For the middle logo I used the pen tool to create the sand/ rock pile. Then I changed the fill to be the tan color, I also played with the fonts and shaped them to go around the “rock/sand” pile. For the bottom logo I used the pen tool to draw the dump truck. I went through several different fonts, trying to find ones that worked together and then changed the spacing between the letters.

Business Card

Description:

Make a new logo and design a business card that best represents the company.

Programs/Tools Used:

Adobe Illustrator

Date:

March 2, 2013

Course/ Instructor:

Comm 130 Section 5 Eric Lybbert

Objectives:

Create a new logo to fit a company or personal image. Design consistent layouts for a business card and letter- head. Use the basic tools of Illustrator & InDesign.

Process:

When I was creating the logo I knew I wanted it to be simple. I started out with finding a font that I liked. Then I added a black rectangle blow the main name and change “sand and gravel” to white. Changing it like that gave it a pop effect that helped the logo stand out more. I then took the truck and changed the opacity of it and made it a watermark. I changed the font for the information and for the letterhead I added a slim black bar at the bottom for some repetition.

Montage

Description:

Make an inspirational poster blending two images together with text.

Programs/Tools Used:

Adobe Photoshop

Date:

February 16, 2013

Course/ Instructor:

Comm 130 Section 5 Eric Lybbert

Objectives:

Learn to manage Photoshop layers. Learn to blend images together smoothly, using masks. Use filters. Apply appropriate typography.

Process:

I began by cropping the background image to be 11 x

8.5in. Then I resized the image that I wanted to blend into the background. I added a paint daubs filter to the background. Once the right size I put it onto the background and placed it. After it was placed I added a

mask and began blending. I added a paint daubs filter to the background. Then I added a box and filled it with

a light blue color, changed transparency, added text on top and then masked it the blue box to blend into the background.

Event Ad

Description:

Use word to make an ad to promote a fundraiser.

Programs/ Tools Used:

Microsoft Word

Date:

February 2, 2013

Course/ Instructor:

Comm 130 Section 5 Eric Lybbert

Objectives:

Find, scan and import a high-quality image. Create a full-bleed design. Use text boxes for layout in Word. Insert and edit images in Word.

Process:

I only used word for this project. At first I tried to find images of easter eggs, I found some online and checked for copyright and got them professionally printed and scanned them. Then I began with rectangles and trying to arrange them in a pattern. Then I looked at the image and found colors that were similar and filled the rectangles with those colors, again, following a pattern.

I wanted the event to be clear and appeal to more of a

child’s eyes with the title font. Then I made the date time

and place obvious with the additional body text smaller. Once everything was placed in general locations and changed the line spacing to be more appropriate.

Tacoma Sportsmen’s Club: Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, March 23rd 11am Tacoma Sportsmen's Club Picnic Area

Tacoma Sportsmen’s Club:

Easter Egg Hunt

Tacoma Sportsmen’s Club: Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, March 23rd 11am Tacoma Sportsmen's Club Picnic Area For

Saturday, March 23rd

11am

Tacoma Sportsmen's Club Picnic Area

March 23rd 11am Tacoma Sportsmen's Club Picnic Area For children ages 12 and under. $3 Benefits
March 23rd 11am Tacoma Sportsmen's Club Picnic Area For children ages 12 and under. $3 Benefits
March 23rd 11am Tacoma Sportsmen's Club Picnic Area For children ages 12 and under. $3 Benefits
For children ages 12 and under. $3 Benefits the children's activities fund for the Tacoma
For children ages 12 and under. $3
Benefits the children's activities fund for
the Tacoma Sportsmen's Club.
Treats and Prizes!
12 and under. $3 Benefits the children's activities fund for the Tacoma Sportsmen's Club. Treats and
12 and under. $3 Benefits the children's activities fund for the Tacoma Sportsmen's Club. Treats and

Flier

Description:

Create a flier using the images and text that is given to you.

Program(s) / Tools used:

InDesign

Date:

January 26, 2013

Course/ Instructor:

Comm 130 Section 5 Eric Lybbert

Objectives:

Apply the design principles and use appropriate typography. Incorporate basic InDesign skills to improve basic flier layout. Retrieve image and logo from links on this page. Create a project folder with image, logo and InDesign document to keep links intact.

Process:

I started off with deciding what I wanted the title to look like. Then I started out making the box and playing with the text until I found a font that I liked. I then took the image, placed it, resized it, rotated it and made it the back ground and changed its transparency. After that I began placing the text and choosing the font and text size. Once I finished that I got the logo and placed it along the bottom and faded it into another box which faded from white to grey.