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Key Stage 3 Grphics products project

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  • Graphics Mr. Matthews
  • Mr. Matthews Graphics Welcome to Graphics!
    • Rules: Entering Room 303
    • These Rules are in place to ensure that together we create and maintain a positive and safe learning environment.
    • You must wait quietly in a line outside the room before lessons until I am asked to enter.
    • You must enter quietly and sit at your place. If you enter inappropriately you will have to leave the room and re- enter.
    • You must get out homework your pencil case and any other relevant equipment and then place your bag under your desk.
  • Mr. Matthews Graphics
    • General rules
    • All Bags should be stored under your desks as they are a tripping hazard.
    • You must bring a pencil a ruler and a rubber to every lesson.
    • All H/W must be handed in on the due in day, if it is not for any reason you will receive an automatic 10 minute detention on the same day followed by a further 30mins if it is not handed in the following day.
    • There is no running at all allowed in 303.
    • I must take special care when carrying scissors or other sharp object and watch out for my own and others safety.
  • Mr. Matthews Graphics Basic Graphics equipment Ruler: most rulers have measurements on both sides in mm (millimetres) and cm (centimetres) Set squares: Set squares always have a right angle (90 Degrees) And then a side of another set angle most commonly 30 45 and 60 degrees.
  • Mr. Matthews Graphics Food Packaging; Using some of the equipment we have just looked at you are now going to start a project to design and make a piece packaging. The first thing we are going to do is a spider diagram showing types of sweets and chocolates and cakes, there names and the packaging they come in. Make sure that your page is bright and colourful and use drawings and writing to express your ideas.
  • Mr. Matthews Graphics Packaging design, research: Research into packaging design: Find At least 4 pictures of packaging that you think looks interesting and make some notes on what you think is good/ bad about it. Is it colourful? Is it eye-catching? Is it easy to tell what the product is? What information is their on the packaging?
  • Mr. Matthews Graphics Packaging Design: Initial ideas. This lesson I would like you to do a quick spider diagram of confectionary product name ideas, make it visual and think about logos: use your H/W research to help you think of ideas. You will need a Brand name and logo And I specific product name and logo e.g. Remember your product will be the muffins you made in food tech so think about the fruit you put in it to help with name ideas. Cadburys Dairy Milk Muffin Brand name ^ ^ product You should Produce 3 design ideas for each and then choose your final designs, you must explain your choice and the reasons that this is the best option.
  • Mr. Matthews Graphics
    • Packaging Design: Specification
    • On food packaging there are certain things that must be included. Your Product must include:
    • Ingredients
    • Weight
    • A bar code
    • A best before date
    • I would also like you to work to some Design constraints, these are things that your employer wants. Your product must:
    • Be Colourful
    • Be an Innovative and stylish design
    • Be In a box
    • Have a window to see the product through.
  • Mr. Matthews Graphics Packaging Design: Final design Now that you have designed and chosen your final design you need to think about how you will package your product. The next slide shows some boxes that we can make using the CAM machine, you need to chose one that is suitable for your product. What does CAM stand for? I will then give you a printed ‘net’ and you can draw out your full package design. Remember to use appropriate colours and have a nice clear brand name.
  • Possible nets: Graphics
  • Mr. Matthews Graphics Packaging Design: Plan of making Create a plan of your making process: Use images and text to demonstrate step by step how you will make your DVD cover from start to finish. Give an indication of the approximate time each step will take. See examples…
  • Mr. Matthews Graphics Packaging Design: Plan of making
  • Mr. Matthews Graphics Packaging Design: Project Diary