practice for the final presentation! everything’s coming to an end, it’s very exciting, and very very hectic. i’m so glad we have the practice presentation, i’m prone to social anxiety and stage fright and the practice is much needed and to be able to get feedback. some major feedback that i received from this crit: […]
more design process. it’s heads down, keep going. i need to send off my book to blurb very soon to be able to get the printed book back for final presentation. what’s really time consuming in this process is transcribing all the interviews and editing them, then spending time with them to find connections between people’s […]
it’s crackdown design time. design, design, design. here’s what the new and improved happy layouts are looking like. i have separated the two generations by utilizing two colors. pink for millennials and blue for seniors to differentiate their stories and thoughts. then when they start to cross over in ideas the two colors create purple. […]
martin venezky, our guest designer for the year, is in town this week. though i missed his friday degree project crit, he saw some of my spreads on wednesday during the type4 crit. a big thing that he mentioned (and something i completely agree with) is that this design direction and image treatment is looking […]
SPRING BREAK! my classmate, morgan, and i are on #thegreattexasadventure. i have a lot of family spread across texas and we’re making the rounds. I have also been able to get some more interviews from my grandparents and some of their friends. so it was a little work but mostly play.
we had the privilege of having some design professionals come give us feedback on our midterm presentations. some feedback that i received: – old people are the cutest – all of the ways of showing the information (in your spreads) work. some better than others, especially showing the connection. – diversity in layout shows the […]