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Defend Your Design Defend Your Design Presentation Transcript

  • Defending My Design
  • My Logo PICTURE
  • Why the color(s)? • The color behind the “HANNAH” is yellow, which is one of my favorite colors • Yellow is curious, bright, happy, and shy which also describes me • Purple represents magic, mystery, and imagination-which I am drawn to
  • Why the shape(s)? • I chose to make my logo my name because anyone looking at it will be able to quickly recognize it as my logo • Several successful businesses use their company name in the logo, so I decided to do the same • I chose to use more purple in the logo because purple is my favorite color, and yellow is my second favorite color
  • My Poster PICTURE
  • Why the quote? • Have always liked this quote • Good reminder for everyone, including highschool students • Positive message
  • Why the picture? • The plane shows movement away from and to something • Goes well with quote • The sunset colors are beautiful and reinforce the idea that better things are ahead
  • Why the font? • Seemed to go well with the quote • Looks good in the image • Bold enough that it doesn’t get lost among the other aspects of the image
  • Why the font color? • The text of the quote matches the color of the sunset • The text of the author matches the color of the blue sky • The image looks polished when the color of the text matches other aspects in the image
  • Why the font color? • The text of the quote matches the color of the sunset • The text of the author matches the color of the blue sky • The image looks polished when the color of the text matches other aspects in the image