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Creating My Banner

The creation of a banner is a vital step when designing a blog. The banner is often the first thing a person sees as they visit a blog or website. 201 more words

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The Four Parts of the Design Stage

The Four Parts of the Design Stage

  1. Wireframe and design elements planning
    1. Using information gathered from the client in the planning phase, begin designing the layout using a wireframe.
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Web Design Process

Simplistic beauty and other basic design features

As with any subject, it’s important to know the basics. “You have to learn to walk before you can run,” or something like that, right? I’m no expert about graphic design (that’s why I’m taking JOUR 233), but here’s a few things that I learned after watching Adobe TV’s “ 351 more words

A place to store and a place to sit

A place to store and a place to sit.

S Interior Design LOVES multi-functional furnishings such as the storage ottoman fabricated by Pacific Manufacturing. Great in a family room, master bedroom or guest bedroom to store a multitude of things you want or need close by, but don’t want to see out in plan sight.

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Maranyundo Initiative Style Guide

Shadi, one of our graphic design interns this summer, created a series of designs for member organization, Marayundo Initiative. Through working with the nonprofit she noticed they did not have a style guide. 124 more words

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Design Elements

The formal elements of design from Design Publication Chapter 3.

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Design Elements

Fonts

The font used for the header of my website is known as Thirsty Script and can be accessed here.  I chose Thirsty Script as it combines vintage and classical elements with modern, youthful elements.   168 more words

Design Elements