1. What did you learn? I learned how to make an infographic map in Adobe Illustrator based on a screenshot from Google Maps by mapping out areas, tracing roads, drawing symbols, creating a compass rose and scale, and designing a warped text banner. 2. What was easy? Marking out and labelling areas and roads, adding… Continue reading Project 4 Reflection
1. What did you learn? I learned how to use Adobe Illustrator to design a package; I learned how to convert a bitmap logo to vector, how to create patterns in Illustrator, and how to use the pencil and width tools to create illustrations. 2. What was easy? I found recreating the Byrne Dairy logo… Continue reading Project 3 Reflection
1. What did you learn? I learned how to remove backgrounds from images, create my own background layers, and use layer masks, filters, and adjustment layers to create a composite image in Photoshop. 2. What was easy? After getting lots of practice with the labs, I found removing backgrounds to be the easy part of… Continue reading Project 2 Reflection
1. What did you learn? I learned how to optimize images in Photoshop using curves and levels adjustment layers, the unsharp mask filter, and the clone stamp and spot healing brush tools. I also learned how to capture images using a scanner, and I learned how to use a gray card to perfect the color… Continue reading Project 1 Reflection
What did you learn? What was easy? What was challenging? How could your submission be improved? How could the professor improve the assignment for the next class? How might you apply your knowledge in future assignments or work scenarios? How did a specific reading or video inspire or help you?
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