CSE 615 Designs

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CSE 615 Designs

  1. 1. • Overall Goal: – Inspire educators to think about integrating technology into their classrooms • Audience: – K-5 licensed elementary school teachers • Message: – Technology in education is a vital tool to help students learn in today’s society
  2. 2. Design #1
  3. 3. Revised Design
  4. 4. • Redesign Elements: – Wanted a completely different feel – Shifted focus to promoting students wants & needs in the classroom – Use of infographic to show statistics – Emphasized the idea of students “wanting more”
  5. 5. Proximity & Alignment
  6. 6. • Proximity: – Professional look but a bit too text-centric – Chunked body text • Images directly correspond with text to the right • Alignment: – Left-alignment • Alignment was the most difficult for me to try! • Text aligned to left, tracking the eyes to the left of the design overall
  7. 7. Repetition & Contrast
  8. 8. • Repetition: – Repeating font and colors – Repeating checkmark sign, tied in to the bottom right text • Contrast: – Contrast shown with colors • High contrast & emphasis created with bright red • Eyes were drawn to the title and subheadings because of color specifically
  9. 9. Color & Style
  10. 10. • Color Schemes: – Complementary • Blue created high contrast against black & white – Triadic • Had a very distinct look; my favorite one! – Analogous • Difficult to distinguish colors in this scheme • Style: – “Youthful” / “Fun” • Softer typeface • Young graphics (stars)
  11. 11. Typography
  12. 12. • Typography: (from left to right) – Oldstyle & Script • Simple yet formal feel – Size, form – Decorative & Modern • Fun and more K-5 classroom feel – Size, weight, form, direction – Oldstyle & Decorative • Color emphasized key words • Used typefaces that enhanced the words themselves – Size, form, structure, color
  13. 13. Final Design
  14. 14. • Final Design Changes: – Monochromatic color scheme – Proximity of buzz words to corresponding image – Fully center-aligned design – Repetition of typefaces – Contrasts of color, weight, and form – Two types of complementary fonts used

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