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Final Exam • About 70% new material 30% old material, study previous test reviews posted on Blackboard in addition to this one. • Approx. 50 - 75 questions, multiple choice, True/False, image matching
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Design Principles – Unity, – Dominance, – Balance, – Contrast, – Direction, – Modules, – Proportion
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Ad design Ch 13 • Developing a creative, visual strategy • Common forms of ad design – Grid, mondrian, circus, picture window etc… • Elements of ad design pgs 430 - 440
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Logo design Ch 12 • Types of logos • What makes a logo effective • Role in branding - graphic identity systems
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Magazine Design Ch. 14 • History: Landmark designs and designers, cover trends, • Important elements in mag design – Cover, Blurbs, Spread, TOC, Wells, Formula, Format
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Newspaper design Ch 15, 16 • History • What’s on a newspaper page
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Unformatted text preview: What everything is called Design approches Traditional, Contemporary Organizational techniques Departments, Modules, Section fronts, inside pages Infographics Ch 7 Pgs 215 - 223 Reasons for using them Types of info graphics Parts of an info graphic Errors and proper usage Web design Ch. 17 Pgs 590 - 602 Aesthetic similarities and differences, technical considerations, planning and site architecture Graphics and photo formats Screen dimensions Multimedia options Button states Printing Ch 9 Types of printing processes pgs 301 - 309 Letterpress (platen, Fatbed, rotary) Gravure Offset Pagination and binding pgs 329 - 332 Binding methods, printing trade customs, pre-production tips....
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2011 for the course JOUR 364 taught by Professor Kornegay during the Fall '10 term at South Carolina.

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