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• Open a new Letter size (8.5” x 11”) document in Illustrator. You can work in a horizontal layout or a vertical layout. But once you start with one way, you can’t change it later. • Start by designing a “theme” – a group of 1-3 colors, and 1-2 fonts that you will use. You may want to use one of the high resolution textures as a background, or you can use simple shapes, lines, layered objects, or transparencies, just make sure that whatever you choose does not interfere with the artwork you are going to display on top of it . • Design the cover page. This should have your name and your logo somewhere on it. It should also say that it’s a digital portfolio and the years 2011 - 2012 • Save this cover as a pdf and call it cover.pdf • Open another Letter size (8.5” x 11”) document in Illustrator. Use the same layout from the cover (horizontal or vertical) Start to design the layout or theme which will remain consistent throughout the rest of your portfolio. From this point on, the only thing that changes on the page is the artwork and the titles/text. Colors, fonts, placement of your name/logo should all remain the same.
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  • Fall '12
  • Ms.Albano
  • Adobe Creative Suite, Portable Document Format, PDF files, Adobe Acrobat Pro

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