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Julie Dean

Portfolio

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Julie
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Rexburg ID, 83440, Apt 208
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916.220.1117
Course: COMM 130, Visual Media
dea11003@byui.edu
Instructor: Joel Judkins
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Table of Contents
Montage.........................................3
Brochure.........................................5
Business Cards.........................7
Stationery.......................................9
Logo...............................................11
Event Ad.......................................13
Graduation Flier........................15
Webpage......................................17
Photo Design..............................19

Montage
Description:
Programs:
Date:

Inspiration montage

Photoshop

2/14/15

Course:

COMM 130, Visual Media

Instructor: Joel Judkins


Objectives:

To help people to remember


to get back up when they may feel they have
fallen.

Process:

I chose the two photos from Google.


Originally the entire picture was very green however, I
chose to darken the sky and grass using the select tool,
and changing the huge and saturation. I blended in the
hands using a mask, and I made the text see through by
using the overlay effect. I loved the font because it was
bold and modern looking, but is actually this kind of partial

oldstyle. I tried to leave as much whitespace as possible to


make it feel open like the field.

Brochure
Description:
Park

Programs:
Date:

A brochure for Yellow Stone

Photoshop,In Design, Illustrator

3/28/15

Course:

COMM 130, Visual Media

Instructor: Joel Judkins


Objectives:

Inform and intice people to

come to Yellowstone.

Process:

I used photos that I had taken and


enhanced them in photoshop. I used the contrast and
brightness tools to make adjustments to the photos. I
also cropped one of my wolf photos and added a mask
to it to blend it into the picture. I made a text wrap around
that wolf to give the photo more depth and reality. I also
used illustrator to create a new logo.I used the ellipse tool
to make the round globe and the brush tool to fill in the
landmarks on the globe. In In Design I placed all photos and
text.

The Feel

Thick fog envelopes everything. You cant see


the boardwalk beneath you, but you know it is
there. The wind whips in around you, and for
a moment, you glimpse faded figures ahead
of you.
You take a step forward.
Suddenly the steam, warm and wet against
your skin, is lifted. There you are. You
catch your breath, and take in the beauty of
Yellowstone, the worlds first national park.
Yellowstone and its eye opening beauty,
has been a sanctuary for hundreds of
wildlife and people for over a century.
This time of year, with snow powdering
the ground and spattering the branches
of the evergreens, it is a perfect place
to sojourn for a soul looking for peace.

The Wildlife

Along with the beauty of geysers and


springs there are also the wild creatures
that live in Yellowstone. Wolves, bears,
and deer all inhabit Yellowstone, and you
can get close enough to touch them in the
Wolfe and Bear Discovery Center. Located
not far from the park itself, the Wolf and
Bear Discovery Center provides tour guides
who know everything about the animals that
live in Yellowstone and who are willing to
answer all your questions while helping you
get close to these amazing predators.

Come and See

There is something in Yellowstone that will


enchant anyone who comes to explore it. From
the fountain paint pots to the prismatic springs
to old faithful herself, natures explosive beauty
is everywhere. There seems to be no end
to Mother Natures mysteries, which can be
observed, learned about, and experienced in
Yellowstone. Come and get a taste for yourself.

Business Cards
Description:

A bussinesscard for a
potential business.

Programs:
Date:

illustrator, In Design

2/28/15

Course:

COMM 130, Visual Media

Instructor: Joel Judkins


Objectives:

Make an attractive bussiness

card.

Process:

I used illustrator to get most of the designs


together, it seemed easier to work. I wanted it to be simple
just like the logo itself. I wanted the petals to look more
like a real flower so I stretched the petals on the logo and
then used that flower to pattern my other designs. I tried to
keep it classy like the font. I wanted it to be a little boxy on
the edges of the loops to keep in style with the font. I felt it
added a nice touch to it.

Julie Dean

Sales Associate

326 West 1st East Rexburg


ID, 83440
dea11003@byui.edu
916.220.1117
wwwlittleflowers.com

Stationery
Description:
business.

Illustrator, In Design

2/28/15

Course:

Julie Dean

Sales Associate

Programs:
Date:

A Letterhead for a potential

COMM 130, Visual Media

Instructor: Joel Judkins


Objectives:

Create a letter head that could

be used for a logo we designed ourselves.

Process:

I used illustrator to get most of the designs


together, it seemed easier to work. I wanted it to be simple
just like the logo itself. I wanted the petals to look more
like a real flower so I stretched the petals on the logo and
then used that flower to pattern my other designs. I tried to
keep it classy like the font. I wanted it to be a little boxy on
the edges of the loops to keep in style with the font. I felt it
added a nice touch to it.

326 West 1st East Rexburg


ID, 83440
dea11003@byui.edu
916.220.1117
wwwlittleflowers.com

Logos
Description:

These are three logos I


designed for a floral store called The Little
Flower Shop.

Programs:
Date:

Illustrator

2/21/15

Course:

COMM 130, Visual Media

Instructor: Joel Judkins


Objectives:

Make a logo that was simple,

attractive, and informative for the store.

Process:

I used the type tool first on all of my


designs. I wanted red and old style because it was more
antique looking and classy. I also made the word little
bigger than everything else to add contrast. for the second
one I felt the simple was the best way to go. For the last
one I decided I wanted to emphasize the little shop part
of the logo so I used the shape tools to make the flower
look like it was coming out of the shop.

The Little Flower Shop

Event Ad
Description:

This is an Ad for a Run for the


Cure event taking place at BYU-Idaho.

Programs:
Date:

Microsoft Word

1/31/15

Course:

COMM 130, Visual Media

Instructor: Joel Judkins


Objectives:

Attract people to Run for the Cure and


inform them about the event.
Process: I used word as my design program. I scanned an
image I found in an addition of Rangefinder. I decided I
wanted white and black for my color scheme because thats
what this is, serious, dramatic.I used Optima as my first
font because it looks fragile and thin, modern, and elegant.
I then decided to set apart who the race sponsor was to
make it catch attention and to not take away from the rest
of the design. I felt that a simple line made the message
easy to catch.

Graduation Flier
Description:

Graduate Leadership
Conference Flier.

Programs:
Date:

In Design

1/24/15

Course:

COMM 130, Visual Media

Instructor: Joel Judkins


Objectives:

Help attract graduates to a

leadership conference.

Process: I first decided that I wanted to make this

flier stick out. I wanted it to be unique. I used the placing


and gathering tools to make and fill the black rectangular
shape, let the picture be framed by it. The black and white
were a natural choice for contrast. I tried to align everything
with either side of the picture, and felt to give it white space
and legibility I would need to break up the text. So, a nice
san serif family combination seemed the perfect choice to
keep it modern and practical.

Web Page
Description: This is a web page desplaying
a logo.

Programs:
Date:

Photoshop and Text Wrangler

3/14/15

Course:

COMM 130, Visual Media

Instructor: Joel Judkins


Objectives:

Help people to know about the

Little Flower Shop and its logo.

Process:

I used a lot of coding. I took some time to


look up ways to add a background using CSS and how to
round corners. I also went and found a website to give me
better and more unique fonts for my websites than those
that are commonly found in the adobe programs. I added
my own unique flare adding a touch of color, but making the
monochromatic theme a little bit unexpected. I know that
its simple, but it is classic just like the logo.

Photodesign
Description:

This is a poster using a color


scheme to motivate people to do good.

Programs:

Date:

Photoshop

2/7/15

Course:

COMM 130, Visual Media

Instructor: Joel Judkins


Objectives:

Help people see that

confidence is key in living life right.

Process:

I took a lead picture of my friend, because


I felt that he made a great contrast to the gray wall. I then
picked the quote to match his personality and what I felt
was the feel of the photograph. The color scheme came
from his shirt, beanie, and the buttons on this jacket. I
wanted to keep the original feel of the photograph and
keep it clean, so I just added little touches of color to make
it bold but simple.