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  • 1. Production; Step By StepBaya Lee SafhillStephanie Yarrow
  • 2. IntroductionWe are going to document our progress with theproduction of our recipe cards by taking printscreens during various stages of the production.First of all, we are going to create a template usingour original design template layout features in ourFinal Mood Board PowerPoint as a reference point.We will be using Photoshop for the production ofour templates for the front and back of our recipecards as having a template will help us ensure thatour cards all follow the same style easily.
  • 3. Template Layout DesignThis is our RecipeCard Flat Plandesigns.We have designedour Recipe Cardswith roundedcorners for a sleekerand moreprofessional look.This is a basic layoutplan to which weare going todevelop ourtemplates andrecipe cards from.
  • 4. Template Layout Design; The FrontThis is the layoutdesign for the front ofour card, which weare going to developthe template for first.We will develop thisdesign plan into atemplate usingPhotoshop, which wewill screen shot atvarious points toshow ourdevelopment.
  • 5. Template Layout DesignWe started withopening a newDocument inPhotoshop (AdobePhotoshop VersionCS6) and creating apage which was A5in size.
  • 6. Template Layout DesignAfter this we copiedin this outline shapefrom our Flat PlanDesign Layouts, andadjusted the sizeusing Edit –Transform – Scaleuntil it fitted the sizeof the background.
  • 7. Template Layout DesignAfter this, we addedrulers using ctrl + Rand dragged theminto position, usingour judgementalong with thesquares to makesure the templatewas equal.These rulers willform the basis ofour template.
  • 8. Template Layout DesignAfter we haddragged the rulersinto their desiredpositions, we usedthe RectangularMarquee tool to fillin the spaces that wewanted to fill withcopy andphotographs.We also created abanner in which weare going to place anobvious sign forwhether it is a Veganor Vegetarian recipe.
  • 9. Template Layout DesignWe finally labelledthese boxes.This is helpful forwhen we are finallyadding thesecomponents as wewill know where theyare going, and alsowhat is missing.It also helps makesure that everyrecipe card has thesame layout becausethey have all usedthe same template.
  • 10. Template Layout Design; The BackThis is the layoutdesign for the back ofour cards, which weare going to developthe template.We will develop thisdesign plan into atemplate usingPhotoshop, which wewill screen shot atvarious points toshow ourdevelopment.
  • 11. Template Layout DesignWe started withopening a newDocument inPhotoshop (AdobePhotoshop VersionCS6) and creating apage which was A5in size.
  • 12. Template Layout DesignWe then copied inthe outline includingthe banner, fromour other card tosave time.We finally used theRectangularMarquee tool to fillin the spaces thatwe wanted to fillwith copy andphotographs.
  • 13. Template Layout DesignWe finally labelledthese boxes.This is helpful forwhen we are finallyadding thesecomponents as wewill know where theyare going, and alsowhat is missing.It also helps makesure that everyrecipe card has thesame layout becausethey have all usedthe same template.
  • 14. Recipe Card DevelopmentWe are now going to start the production of ourrecipe cards one by one, with each stepshown, using our template layout design.We will be following a house style and design, tomake sure that our cards are an easily torecognise set of cards.
  • 15. Banner ProductionNext we needed to start on the productionof our banner for the bottom of thecards, which featured the VegetarianSocieties detailed.In order to do this we had to look at theVegetarian Society’s style and in order to dothis we started to look at their previousstyles.We found that their slogan for their recipecards was ‘for more enticing meat freerecipes…’ and we decided to use this in theproduction of our cards.
  • 16. Banner ProductionThis is the finished basic bannerwe have created.In order to create this, we drewa rectangle using theRectangular Marquee tool andinversed this to get rid of thebackground.We then copied a rectangularshape in from Word which hadrounded corners.We used the same Font andcopied the logo banners fromother recipe cards by theVegetarian Society to keep ourcards in keeping with theirs. Wefound their ‘APPROVED’ logoonline and used this.We will use this to create a morefitting banner by addingsummery items such as daisies.
  • 17. Corner Banner ProductionWe wanted to create a banner at the top of ourcards which stated whether the recipe wasVegetarian or Vegan so that the audience can easilyidentify the recipes suitability.We have documented how we have created thisbanner, starting with using the original fronttemplate design and copying the banner shape intoa new document.We choose a different and new font for ourbanner, from DaFont.com, called Orange Juice, wedownloaded this and used it for the copy.We wanted to experiment with patterns and choosea watermelon print which would fit the summertheme. However we didn’t like it once we had usedit on our cards – see next slide.1 2 3 4
  • 18. Basic Layout Following PlanThis is an example ofwhen we tried thewatermelon printedbanner on a card, thecolours did not seem towork with the VegetarianSociety Logo.
  • 19. Corner Banner ProductionFinal DesignThis is our finished CornerBanner.We didn’t like thepatterned design as itseemed unclear, so wechoose a fitting mintgreen colour, which worksbetter with the VegetarianSociety logo.We kept the font as blackto make it easy to readagainst the colouredbackground.
  • 20. Recipe One Production
  • 21. Basic Layout Following Plan
  • 22. Recipe Two ProductionThis is the print screenfrom our Final MoodBoard power point for arecipe which we wantedto create.It’s a simple, quick andeasy salad which we willrecreate using our ownrecipe.It is a recipe which fits ouraudience’s desire for quickand easy meals whichchildren can also help tocreate.
  • 23. Basic Layout Following PlanThis is the finished copyfor our second recipecard; Garden Picnic PastaSalad which was achievedby following the templatethat we designed.
  • 24. Basic Layout Following PlanThis is the finished copyfor our second recipe cardwith the green bannerused.It is now ready for thephotograph to be addedand the graphic design tobe completed which willbring the card to life.
  • 25. Recipe Three ProductionThis is the print screenfrom our Final MoodBoard power point for arecipe which we wanted tocreate.It’s a simple, quick andeasy salad which we willrecreate using our ownrecipe.It is a recipe which fits ouraudience’s desire for quickand easy meals whichchildren can also help tocreate.
  • 26. Basic Layout Following PlanThis is the basiclayout which hasbeen achieved usingour template.We are both proudwith how this looks.
  • 27. Testing StyleWe used theprevious basic layoutin order to have anexperiment with ourstyle.Even though we willbe creating our ownstamp likegraphics, we justwanted to see howthese would andcould be used inorder to brighten upour recipe cards.
  • 28. Logo PlacementWe then used theprevious test cardand added in thelogo to see what afinal recipe cardcould look like.We decided wedidn’t like the colourof these graphicsand we will choosebrighter colours, andsmaller graphics.
  • 29. Logo PlacementThis is our final carddesign with the copyand banner in, we stillneed to design ourVegetarian/ Veganbanner, and add thephotographs to thiswhen they have beentaken and edited.We do however likethe clear and simplelayout ofTitle, Introduction, Method, Ingredients, Equipment, Suggestionsand the banner.
  • 30. Logo PlacementThis is our finaldesign with theVegetarian cornerbanner added.
  • 31. Recipe Four ProductionThis is the print screenfrom our Final MoodBoard power point for arecipe which we wanted tocreate.It’s a simple, quick andeasy salad which we willrecreate using our ownrecipe.It is a recipe which fits ouraudience’s desire for quickand easy meals whichchildren can also help tocreate.
  • 32. Basic Layout Following Plan
  • 33. Recipe Five ProductionThis is the print screenfrom our Final MoodBoard power point for arecipe which we wanted tocreate.It’s a simple, quick andeasy salad which we willrecreate using our ownrecipe.It is a recipe which fits ouraudience’s desire for quickand easy meals whichchildren can also help tocreate.
  • 34. Recipe Five ProductionWe didn’t like the previousrecipe and found this wild ricesalad which we will be usingand recreating to make ourown.It is a good recipe which isquick and simple.
  • 35. Basic Layout Following PlanThis is our final recipe carddesign for our Rice Saladinspired recipe.
  • 36. Recipe Six ProductionThis is the print screenfrom our Final MoodBoard power point for arecipe which we wanted tocreate.It’s a simple, quick andeasy salad which we willrecreate using our ownrecipe.It is a recipe which fits ouraudience’s desire for quickand easy meals whichchildren can also help tocreate.
  • 37. Recipe Six ProductionWe didn’t like theprevious recipe andfound this alternativeMexican Bean Saladwhich we will be usingand recreating to makeour own.It is a good recipe whichis quick and simple.
  • 38. Basic Layout Following PlanThis is our recipe take onthe Bean Salad, we havefollowed and changed thesecond recipe for theMexican Bean salad inorder to create this recipe.
  • 39. Recipe Seven ProductionThis is the print screenfrom our Final MoodBoard power point for arecipe which we wanted tocreate.It’s a simple, quick andeasy salad which we willrecreate using our ownrecipe.It is a recipe which fits ouraudience’s desire for quickand easy meals whichchildren can also help tocreate.
  • 40. Recipe Seven Production5 cups of water1 cup of lentils rinsedlemon juice3 tablespoons oliveoil2 garliccloves, minced2 teaspoons sugar1 teaspoon driedthyme1 teaspoon salt1/8 teaspoon pepper4 medium tomatoes3 celery ribs chopped1/2 cup feta cheese1/4 cup sliced olives2 tablespoonschopped parsley
  • 41. Basic Layout Following Plan
  • 42. Recipe Eight Production250g bulghur wheat450g ripe but firmtomatoes, diced1 red onion, finelychopped50g stoned blackolives, halved (optional)1 green or redchilli, deseeded and diced(optional)4 tbsp chopped freshherbs (such as mint, basiland/or coriander)1 garlic clove, crushed½ tsp caster sugar2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil2 oranges200g feta cheese, diced25g toasted flakedalmonds
  • 43. Basic Layout
  • 44. Recipe One Back
  • 45. Recipe Two Back
  • 46. Recipe Three Back
  • 47. Recipe Four Back
  • 48. Recipe Five Back
  • 49. Recipe Six Back
  • 50. Recipe Seven Back
  • 51. Recipe Eight Back