VCTO mtg 7:30 tonight- Olscamp 110
Why do we communicate?
To get what we want!
How do we communicate daily?
FB, Telephone, Face to Face, Print, Video/conferencing, Multimedia
Sight, Hearing, Touch, Smell, Taste
A process for reproducing text and image, typically with ink and paper or another substrate
using a specific type of printing press
It is often carried out as a large-scale industrial process, and is an essential part of publishing
How We See Notes Sheet
January 31, 2012
Processes of the brain
3 types of visual messages:
Mental: those you experience from inside your mind
Direct: those you see without media intervention
Mediated: those you see through some type of print or screen
Introduction to Interactive Media
Interaction: an action that occurs as two or more objects.
Interactive media: Integration of digital media into a structured digital environment
A language of ACTION, designed for users rather then viewers, listeners, or
Video Production Definition:
The art and service of videotaping, editing, and distributing a finished video product. This can include
TV production, commercial video production, and commercial video.
A strip of transparent ma
Introduction to Graphic Design
The whole is different than the sum of its parts.
Key Principles of Gestalt theory
Reification: Components create the image (sphere, Triangle)
Multi-Stability: Looks like 2 images (
Cross media literacy is the new critical skill-set for successful business professionals
Visual Images must be noticed
Commercial television uses constantly changing short sequences and holds our attention by
bombarding our senses wi
Powerpoint Outline: The Dream Pillow
Slide 1: Intro
Have you ever
Slide 2: Why do we dream?
Slide 3: Art of sleep
Go deeper into the REM cycle
What the proper amount of sleep is/ when to wake up
VCT103 Week 12 - Presentation Worksheet
1. Casey Schonhardt
Topic: Dream Pillow
2. Brandon Lowe
OK, lets get started. This worksheet will assist you in determining and
recognizing the key aspects and elements required for developing a succe
1. Which is the first step in the 6 steps to solving a communication problem?
Identify the problem
2. What are the 4 main areas of specialization in VCT?
Video, Interactive Media, Print, Photography
3. Step 1 in the 6 steps to solving a communicat
The principles of design are how we organize or use the elements.
The principles of design are:
To understand balance, think of a see-saw.
When objects are of equal weigh
What Makes a Good Design
A design is an arrangement, a way of organizing something.
The visual appearance (that is what our eye sees and our brain decodes) can be reduced to six elements
Effective Design Skills
Planning a Design
1. Ask Questions!
2. Listen, Look, Talk.
3. Key Questions:
1. What is the purpose of the project?
2. What information needs to be conveyed?
3. Who is my target audience?
4. What type of publication am
Surrealism is a cultural movement that began in the early 1920s, and is best known for the visual
artworks and writings of the group members
Surrealist works feature the element of surprise and unexpected juxtapositions
Notes Sheet: Entrepreneurial Creativity
1.) Creativity is the ability to develop new ideas and discover new ways of looking at
problems and opportunities.
Innovation is the ability to apply creative solutions to problems or opportunities to
enhance or enr
Must Knows for VCT 1030
Be on time! Do not be absent! Yes, you will miss important information.
MUST have labs done before class starts on their due date (unless told otherwise)
Pay attention, lab demos are step by step.
Raise your hand if you are
Inspired by psychoanalytic work Freud and Jung
Begun primarily in Europe
Wrote "His Manifest Du Surrealism"
Started out as a poet
Influenced strongly by psychological theories
Frida Kahlo de Rivera