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Objectives This assignment is to demonstrate you could design from different perspectives or points of view. Thoroughly research and discover your subject matter, use type families designed by your assigned typographer, design a twin set of 10.5”x10.5” information panel. PANEL 1: How would the typographer create a typographic piece about you? PANEL 2 : How would you design a typographic piece about the typographer? Specifications Each panel: 10.5x10.5 inches Content: Type base, no image allowed. You are allowed to use applications such as Illustrator, Indesign, and QuarkXpress for this project. And with reasons, your design can embody any colors and tints that you feel is appropriate on white paper. Produced in digital format, laser (1200 dpi minimum) or ink jet (1440 dpi minimum) on a high quality bright white matte heavy opaque paper. Spray mount each panel on a 15”x20” black presentation board with tracing paper overlay.
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Unformatted text preview: Research Teams Aurora & Leslie: John Baskeville Huu, Tamara, & Michael M: Paul Renner Jennifer, Emily, & Katelinn: Frederic Goudy Matthew, Peter, & Michael R: Claude Garamond Duy & Stephanie: Stanley Morison Tony & Thomas: Giambatista Bodoni Huu, Diego, & Alan: Adrian Frutiger Sharbani, Michael R, & Christopher: Otl Aicher Jenni & Lizeth: Hermann Zapf Brianna, Diana, & Nuo: Matthew Carter Schedule 3/17 w project kick off reading: thinking with type, pp. 80-110 4/7 w team presentation (discovery) reading: thinking with type, pp. 111-124 4/12 m group critique (exploration) 4/14 w individual review (exploration) reading: thinking with type, pp. 125-137 4/19 m quiz small group review (refinement) 4/21 w small group review 4/26 m project 3 due project 3—trading spaces san jose state university / spring 2010 / dsgd 99 introduction to typography 3 / 1 7 / 1 0 P. 13...
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