Monday: Going over InDesign Tutorial
Tuesday: Editorial Design Presentation
Wednesday/Thursday: Studio work time
Thursday: Studio work time (I will not be here)
*No school on Friday!
Step 1: Research/Idea Generation & Writing
Students will be able to communicate (through writing) their learning about a self-chosen topic in design using internet research, graphic organizers, and class demonstrations to broaden their knowledge and skills.
Step 2: Complete Indesign Tutorial
Step 3: Setting up and designing two Editiorial spread variations
Students will be able to communicate through design elements and principles, the style of their profiled artist/designer using internet research, tutorials, and class demonstrations to broaden their knowledge and skills.
What's the Deal with Variations?
You will be creating 2 variations of your article. This is done to show 2 different design possibilities and hone your skills. Generally, your second design is often the best design. as in the case of these two variations.
Today: Yay! You made it through the week!
Goal: Students will participate expressively in various collaborative speaking and writing opportunities; with a diverse range of peer participants and discussion topics, and in response to relevant student produced “visual texts” (design work).
Q: What are some other applications for sharing your work, outside of the school gallery, and even outside of the school? How can you advocate for your issue further, or create a maximum possible impact with your poster work? (Answer by commenting.)
Social Design Final Reflection
Create a new word document.
Copy and paste the following questions.
This is not Q&A. You must use complete sentences, in paragraph form.
This should be thoughtful and reflective writing.
1. What was your message, and what did you do (or wish you had done) to convey that message effectively, in your poster design?
2. Describe how your text and images work together to enhance your message and design.
3. What are your greatest successes and what are areas you could have done better on this project?
4. How did interaction with others throughout the design process influence your final product?
*Upload your completed reflection to the Dropbox Folder: "SD Reflection"
POSTERS DUE!! Late work will not be included in the gallery opening.
1. Return remaining rubrics for Research documents / peer feedback
2. DUE: Turn in all completed handouts for this project.
3. Finalize your poster designs.
4. When finished, in InDesign (after confirming with a teacher):
- Work on updating your research document if needed.
- Help a teammate get their poster ready for printing.
Block Day: Critique on posters (in gallery)
Thursday: Gallery opening during tutorial. Invite your friends and classmates!
Tuesday - Print deadline (Late work will not be hung for the show).
Block Day - Critique
Block Day - Posters Due
Thursday at Tutorial - Gallery Opening
Collecting your Weebly website addresses