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    • Graphic Design Margaret Wylie
    • NO!
    • Research Paper
    • Intelligent Well-dressedHandsome Picture Humorous CAPTION: __________ ___________________
    • SKILLS
    • Process For Building the Panels• First, we drew out a sketch so we would know what materials we needed to buy.• Then I called Lowes and Home Depot to compare prices. Home Depot gave me a quote of $200.00 to $250.00, while Lowes’s quote was $230.00 to $275.00.• Next, we bought the materials we would need for four panels.
    • Materials and How Much They Cost Pressure Wood screws $3.39 each $8.47 per boxtreated 2X4s (2.5 inches)Vinyl lattice Hinges $19.97 per $6.00 for each(4X8 sheets) (2 per panel) sheet hinge Already had all Drill, Staple Total Costs: of the tools Gun, Skill Saw $190.59 needed • $8.47 for the box of screws • $54.24 for 16 2X4s • $79.88 for 4 sheets of lattice • $48.00 for 12 hinges
    • My FinishedProducts (Part 1)
    • Front View of the Panels
    • Back View of the Panels
    • Third Panel
    • Staples from a Staple Gun
    • Regular Wood Screws
    • Hinges
    • Hinges
    • Hinges
    • My Finished Products (Part 2)
    • Black andWhite Flyer
    • Process for Distributing Flyers• We first took five hundred black and white flyers and distributed them throughout neighborhoods and businesses.• After three weeks, we had received seven phone calls asking about more information, resulting in two new children enrolling. We weren’t really happy with these results so we researched more statistics about advertising.• We decided to make brochures with less words but also pictures to correlate with the point we were trying to get across.• We took five hundred brochures and distributed them to the same neighborhoods and businesses and received twelve phone calls, resulting in four new children enrolling.• This shows that our results doubled just by changing how we advertise.
    • It’s a proven fact that you shouldaverage about two to three calls or orders, depending on the advertising, per one hundred flyers or advertisements. So wedecided to reconstruct our flyers to grab people’s attention.
    • Process for Distributing Flyers• We first took five hundred black and white flyers and distributed them throughout neighborhoods and businesses.• After three weeks, we had received seven phone calls asking about more information, resulting in two new children enrolling. We weren’t really happy with these results so we researched more statistics about advertising.• We decided to make brochures with less words but also pictures to correlate with the point we were trying to get across.• We took five hundred brochures and distributed them to the same neighborhoods and businesses and received twelve phone calls, resulting in four new children enrolling.• This shows that our results doubled just by changing how we advertise.
    • Gone to college for six years for Graphic Design- Associate’s degree in drafting (one year)- Associate’s degree in graphic arts and printing management (one year)- Bachelor’s degree in teaching graphic arts (three years)- Master’s degree in industrial management (one year) She was the biggest help with showing me how to SANDRA sketch the fencing correctly and designing the SULLIVAN new flyers; she told me to use multiple colors, not too many words, and pictures that correlate. The reason I picked her was because she is my mom’s coworker at her business and with my mom’s private school being slow on business, I knew she could help the most.
    • Changes Made and Problems Faced It was too hard to try and get multiple people in one place at one Who would time so I had to change finance the my whole project to fit other people’s project? schedules and abilities Originally we were Place of distribution: We going to make new were going to put all 500 flyers, but then we in businesses but we wouldn’t be able to track decided to make how many were making it brochures and those to people. So we put 100 were a lot more in businesses and 400 expensive. went to homes.
    • • For advertising, you have to be aware of your audience so you know what will appeal to them (ex. Gender, age)• It was interesting to see how colors and positioning can grab someone’s attention so easily if you do it correctly.• For designing, you have to let your customer make all the decisions even if you don’t agree with how everything looks. Its about what THEY want – not you.
    • • In order to complete a job concerning other people, you have to be flexible with your schedule to fulfill what the customer wants to do.• Certain parts of the job wouldn’t be that bad but creating layouts would probably be my least favorite part. I enjoyed recreating the flyers to make them more vibrant and noticeable by others.• On the flip side, I feel like this job wouldn’t require day-to- day communication that I would want in a career. After this project, I’m sure I will use some aspects of print making and the details to advertising but I could not see myself doing this long term.• I now know that I want a job that is more active with people and I don’t think I would enjoy this job.
    • I want to thank you for taking time to be here and I’ll be willing to answer any questions at this time.