Introduction class to Graphical design on computers with Adobe Illustrator & Adobe Photoshop
- Font poster – learning about fonts
- Snowball assignment – drawing with the pen/path tool – tangent lines
- Company stationary: Letterhead, envelops, business cards
- Notepads, letter artwork
- Party flyers
- Coloring book – learning to draw with Wacom digital pen and tablets
- T-shirts – one color screen printing
- Black and white film development and print making
- Using film and digital cameras
- digital imaging manipulation
Deck of playing cards with custom illustrations/photographs or another final project
Posted in Graphic Arts I.
– September 1, 2011
Welcome to your new Blog site (web page) for yourself, classroom, club, or team.
- What is a blog? A way of posting daily updates, concepts or journal entires on a web site.
- Selecting a theme (step 1) – Choose wisely your basic theme for you to build your blog site on. Changing down the road is possible but you may loose certain areas of your site when you do. Appearance > Themes
- Pages or Posts? – Pages are more for static info (about me page) and Post are for daily entries like journaling.
- Organizing your site (step 2) - Create categories for posts (lessons, daily updates, etc.). Then consider static pages for common useful information pages (about me, homework, rules, grading). Links to your Pages will be automatically generated at the op of your blog site. Posts >Categories and Pages >Pages
- Add pictures (Step 3) – You can use the media library to orgaize your pictures, video, music, media. Media > Library When creating posts or pages you can click the add image button (above formatting) to upload or select the picture.
- Widgets – Are place holders for content that you select the feature. Adding Gallery, calendars, tag listings, menu listing Appearence > Widgets
- Plugins – add features to your web site for addition functions.
Activating the snow plugin will add falling snow to your page. Adding forms, galleries, and more can be found in Plugins > Plugins
- Comments - comments can be posted by your viewing audience. The comments can be turned on or off. As owner of the blog site you must approve ALL comments before they are posted.
Posted in Wordpress.
– January 10, 2011
First Semester Courses
Visual Communications 1 - block 3/4- Rm 132
Adv. Computer graphic design - 5th period – Rm 132
Graphic Arts 1 - 6th period – Rm 132
Visual Communications 1 - block 7/8- Rm 132
Second Semester Courses
Office: BHS Rm 158A (District Tech Office)
Posted in Course info.
– November 16, 2010