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  • Repetition: I repeated the same font in the two bolded/colored blocks of text; Elephant. I also colored in the text boxes. I also used the same sizing for the Australia and Tasmania map and the same size for the two photos. I repeated place the photo/map centered to each other and the text from THEN and NOW the same size, color and font type. All my font is in Elephant style. I think this improved my design some, but I also think it looks a bit busy.
  • Contrast: I contrasted the font in the “then and now” with the title and heading on the side. I also shape filled the text boxes to make them pop out more than the title. I left out the maps on this one to see if that would make a difference in the look. I think this design works, but I feel like it is still missing something.
  • Decorative: I used two decorative fonts and contrasted them with the fonts being capital and the other being lower case. They are also two very different sizes. I don’t like the way it looks but I went out on a limb and tried something crazy.
  • Cse 615 kendle 9 4 slideshare

    1. 1. Goals: - My goal was to bring a snapshot of information aboutthe Tasmanian Devil to my audience in hopes that they wouldwant to find out more about why this animal who is importantto Australia is disappearing at a rapid pace.Audience: - My audience was intended to be young students toadults. I wanted to create a piece that was pleasingregardless of age and with information that was easy tocomprehend at any level and age.Message: - My message was that Tasmanian Devils are currentlybecoming endangered and possibly extinct due to a cancerthat attacks their face and prevents them from breathing andeating.
    2. 2. Endangered. Disappearing. Diseased … Extinction?THEN:Once abundant throughout Australia, Tasmanian Devils are now only found on the AustralianIsland of Tasmania. They are believed to have become extinct on the mainland due to preyingdingoes.NOW:“Devil facial tumor” has killed tens of thousands of Tasmanian devils since the 1990’s.Biologists are now trying to save the remaining devils who have not been introduced to thiscontagious disease.
    3. 3. Changes made between first design and Repetition Design:- I changed the layout completely and used more colors in my design.- I changed the photos to articulate what was being read in my description section.- I put a background behind my maps and labeled them.- I changed the font type and style.- I repeated the color of blue and black throughout my slide and the layout of the photos.
    4. 4. THEN: Once abundant throughout Australia, Tasmanian Devils are nowT only found on the Australian Island ofa Australia Tasmania. They are believed to haves become extinct on the mainland due tom preying dingoes.anian NOW: “Devil facial tumor” has killed tens ofD thousands of Tasmanian devils since the 1990’s. Biologists are now tryinge Tasmania to save the remaining devils who havev not been introduced to this contagiousi disease.ls Endangered. Disappearing. Diseased … Extinction?
    5. 5. Changes between Repetition Design and Contrast Design:- I changed the text boxes and put a color behind them.- I contrasted the colors purple and yellow.- I took away the maps and focused just on the photos and text boxes.- I contrasted my fonts.- I changed the layout of my text boxes and photos to be more cohesive with one another.
    6. 6. T THEN:a Once abundant throughouts Australia, Tasmanian Devilsm are now only found on thea Australian Island ofn Tasmania. They areia believed to have becomen extinct on the mainland … Extinction? Endangered. Disappearing. Diseased due to preying dingoes.D NOW:e “Devil facial tumor” hasv killed tens of thousandsi of Tasmanian devils sincel the 1990’s. Biologists ares now trying to save the remaining devils who have not been introduced to this
    7. 7. Changes between Contrast Design and Font Design:- I changed the color scheme completely and played with the font. This was mydecorative slide.- I changed the layout of the text boxes and the photos to play around with the font style.- I changed the size and boldness of the font.- I created a banner across the top with the title to grab the attention of my audience.
    8. 8. Tasmanian Devils Now:Then: “Devil facial tumor”Once abundant has killed tens ofthroughout thousands ofAustralia, Tasmanian Tasmanian devilsDevils are now only since the 1990’s.found on the Australian Biologists are nowIsland of Tasmania. They trying to save theare believed to have remaining devilsbecome extinct on the who have not beenmainland due to preying introduced to thisdingoes. contagious disease. Endangered. Disappearing. Diseased … Extinction?
    9. 9. Changes between font style and Final:- I changed the entire thing and focused on a color scheme that complimented each other. I chose blue and orange hues and shades. I put a block of color behind the photos to help pull them together.- I aligned the photos with the title edges and the text boxes with the photos.- I aligned the block of blue with the text boxes as well.- I wanted to keep the design simple and unified as well as clean and presentable. I didn’t feel that going all out and making radical designs behind the photo and text would be conducive to the importance of what is currently going on with the animal. I didn’t want to distract from my message.- I also changed my font style so that it complimented one another rather than contrasting in a way that was difficult and frustrating to read.
    10. 10. Tasmanian Devils Endangered. Disappearing. Diseased … Extinction?Then: Now:Once abundant throughout “Devil facial tumor” has killed tens ofAustralia, Tasmanian Devils are now only thousands of Tasmanian devils since thefound on the Australian Island of Tasmania. 1990’s. Biologists are now trying to save theThey are believed to have become extinct remaining devils who have not beenon the mainland due to preying dingoes. introduced to this contagious disease.