Monday: Working on your Museum logos. Make sure that museum is somewhere in the logo. If you have an acronym, make sure the spelled out name is somewhere in the logo. You might even consider a tagline of some sort.
Tuesday: Ground rules for working with CP+B ad agency, looking at your museum logo designs
Thursday: Kick off with CP+B
Friday: Museum Logo designs
Student Learning Objective: Students will utilize research, brainstorming and design skills to create an environmental graphic design (EGD) concept for a museum of their choice.
Check out Design Studio for projects! You need one project every 6 weeks. Hairspray was the project for the first 6 weeks!
FYI: Environmental Graphic Design intern position opening. This might be good to look at just to see how they describe what EGD people do.
Look at the following website and vote for your favorite organization to work with for our advertising project with CPB Group. I will submit all suggestions, but I also want to let them know your preferences.
The Center: http://glbtcolorado.org/
SAME Cafe: http://www.soallmayeat.org/
Non-profit bicycle organizations in Denver:
**Please vote the your top 2 organizations in the comments box of this page.**
Figuring out your museums by looking at all aspects of museum design such as:
You will be responsible for submitting a design proposal answering most of these questions about your proposed museum.
Download and fill out the pre-design proposal sheet completely and turn it in to Dropbox it is due: If you are working in a group, you can upload this word doc to Google docs so that you can both/all work on it at the same time.
Due end of class on Thursday!
Updating your Weebly website and writing your statement. When writing your statement, please answer the questions thoughtfully and in paragraph form. Do NOT use little i when referring to yourself.
Hairspray poster critique
Visiting the Tattered Cover
What is Environmental (or Experiential) Graphic Design?
Environmental Graphic Design (EGD) embraces many design disciplines including graphic, architectural, interior, landscape, and industrial design, all concerned with the visual aspects of wayfinding, communicating identity and information, and shaping the idea of creating experiences that connect people to place.
Environmental Graphic Design Challenge
Design Studio Projects:
Friday: Environmental Graphic Design presentation
This design for a Levi's store is an example of Environmental Graphic Design