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Defending My Design by Adam Findlay

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  • 1. Defending My Design By Adam Findlay
  • 2. My Logo PICTURE
  • 3. Why the color(s)? • I went with blue and green because they’re both very calm colors and they’re also complimentary colors. I decided to have a bit of white in there because so it would help the other colors stand out.
  • 4. Why the shape(s)? • I chose a circle, a square, and triangles because color theory states that circles can mean people who listen and communicate well, squares are people who like organization, and triangles make good leaders.
  • 5. My Poster PICTURE
  • 6. Why the quote? • I really wanted a quote that had an important thing to say while also wanting one from an influential person. After finding the quote by Churchill, I thought it was a good thing to take advantage of.
  • 7. Why the picture? • I chose that picture because when I was searching for one to use, I wanted part of the picture to be clear and the other part to be cloudy. I figured it was what fit best with the quote I decided on.
  • 8. Why the font color? • I chose black as my font color because it appeared more bold against its backdrop and it stood out in the photo. It’s actually not a pure black because I sampled it from the shadow that the rock casted.

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