DES001_F16_Standard_Formatting_Typed_Work

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Professor James Housefield / UC Davis / Department of Design / Office: Cruess Hall Room 225 [email protected] DES 001> I NTRO T O D ESIGN > S TAND ARD F ORMATTING FOR T YPED H OMEWORK F ONT Use standard 11- or 12-point fonts such as Times, Times New Roman, Arial, Cambria, Helvetica, etc. for the body of your work. Please avoid non-standard fonts. I DENTIFY Y OUR W ORK IN THE T OP L EFT C ORNER ( DO NOT USE A SEPARATE TITLE PAGE ) Single-space the identifying information as follows (each item on its own line): Your name Your student ID # Your section # and TA’s name Date due, or date completed HW (insert number or title here) B ODY OF P RINTED W ORDS Use 1.5 or double (2.0) spacing to allow for comments. N AMING C ONVENTION Name your completed file with the following conventions (translated to incorporate your own name, and inserting the appropriate assignment number in place of #):
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