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    • MADMONKEYZ PORTFOLIO DESIGN FOR VISUAL COMMUNICATION
    • Visualising Statistical Information Project Requirements One table of information 10 and one graphic representation of information Outcome Table & Graph Reduction & Generative Systems Redundancy Project Requirements 06 Project Requirements System as a set of rules and separately as an experiment that shows the Black and white illustration application of the rules Colour variation 11 A2 poster integrating the resultant Outcome image with relevant text for an A3 Poster event or exhibition. Design Contants Outcome Black and white illustration Colour variations Application Typescapes Folder & Dialogue Graduate Project Requirements Project Requirements Certificate 03 One completed A2 Poster. A folded item that intergrates One completed A3 Poster. a dialogue, conversation Design For Visual 3 notification cards (third A4, or discussion A5 portrait, A5 landscape). 07 Communication A front and back cover plus Outcome a double page spread. A finish folded item resulting from workshop Outcome A double page spread Conections Superstition Letterpress 01 Project Requirements Friday the 13th Project Requirements Making a connection between 04 Project Requirements Group collaboration project 1909, 1929, 1959 and 2009 A double-page spread Outcome ‘Special Report’ Outcome 08 Image Workshop A4 Poster Unveiling Outcome MAN UTD Football Club Kit A double-page spread ‘Special Report’ on consumerism and the designer’s role for Grafik Magazine Visual Language Identity Typologies Project Title 02 Connections & Grammer Project Requirements Project Requirements To involve a monogram and Typology presented in a Project Requirements Project Requirements Making a connection between apply to a letterhead,invoice, format A3 poster Produce an A6 work book 1909, 1929, 1959 and 2009 compliment slip and business card of drawings, constructions, 05 09 Outcome photographs, observations, Outcome Outcome A3 Poster etc in three sections: A3 Poster Unveiling Monogram MAN UTD Football Club Kit section 1 lines, section 2 circles Monogram in b/w and section 3 squares Monogram in colour variations Monogram scaled small to large Outcome Workshop exercises in rough form and refined
    • Typescapes 5 December 2009 The Design Museum 22 February 2010 Typography in Spatial Environments projects by: 5 December 2009 Langlands & Bell 22 February 2010 Studio Myerscough Typography in Why Not Associate Spatial Environments Ruedi Baur Associate Shad Thames London SE1 2YD projects by: Typescapes 020 7403 6933 Langlands & Bell The Design Museum info@designmuseum.org Studio Myerscough Admission Why Not Associate £8.50 adults Ruedi Baur Associate £6.50 concessions £5 students Shad Thames London SE1 2YD 020 7403 6933 info@designmuseum.org Admission £8.50 adults £6.50 concessions £5 students Project Title Typescapes Project Requirements Project Title One completed A2 Poster. One completed Visual Grammar A3 Poster. 3 notification cards (third A4, A5 portrait, A5 landscape). A front and back Project Requirements cover plus a double page spread. Produce an A6 work book of drawings, constructions, photographs, observations, Outcome etc in three sections: section 1 lines; Third A4 vertical/horizontal expressing section 2 circles; and section 3 squares one typeface, one size, one weight and one colour Outcome Workshop exercises in rough form and refined
    • 5 December 2009 Typescapes 22 February 2010 The Design Museum Typography in Spatial Environments 5 December 2009 22 February 2010 projects by: Langlands & Bell Studio Myerscough Typography in Why Not Associate Spatial Environments The Design Museum Ruedi Baur Associate Type projects by: Langlands & Bell Shad Thames Studio Myerscough London SE1 2YD Why Not Associate 020 7403 6933 scapes Ruedi Baur Associate info@designmuseum.org Admission Shad Thames £8.50 adults London SE1 2YD £6.50 concessions 020 7403 6933 £5 students info@designmuseum.org Admission £8.50 adults £6.50 concessions £5 students Project Title Typescapes Project Requirements One completed A2 Poster. One completed A3 Poster. 3 notification cards (third A4, Project Title A5 portrait, A5 landscape). A front and back Typescapes cover plus a double page spread. Project Requirements Outcome One completed A2 Poster. One completed A5 landscape expressing one typeface, A3 Poster. 3 notification cards (third A4, two size, one weight and one colour A5 portrait, A5 landscape). A front and back cover plus a double page spread. Outcome A5 portrait expressing one typeface, one size, two weight and one colour
    • Wanje Luckie 1 2 Type Typography is a critical tool in visual communication, in part because it can evokehuman emotion by combining form with narrative text. Human feelings may serve as Type Landscapes the basis for the design of compelling images of a wide Word on the street scapes: range of circumstances in oursurroundings. Emotion has a powerful voice, and it can be used in a soul-stirring wayto convey the unique qualities of In particular, digital technology These fundamentals could be grouped each individual. has provided almost limitless into four categories, with the overall opportunities for designers, artists purpose of focusing on the synergistic Over time, typography has gradually changed and others to represent their concepts interaction of one component with in response to major factors like individual differences, through expressive visual forms. another. technological advancement, and cultural evolution. Typography Motion is physiologically linked to our self-awareness, One result of this is kinetic typography, the combination of typography and All components interact with and support and, as such, is always inseparable from our motion, or what is also sometimes all others, in the process of arriving at a daily experience. called typographic animation. rich, expressive message on the stage By its very nature, through such discernible attributes as direction and velocity, the mere presence of motion cannot help but call to mind such qualities as in Spatial Unlike static, print-based forms, kinetic typography uses motion to convey (sometimes also known as ground or field of activity). Below is a list of the attributes of the four categories, each of which Environments gestures in ways that can function contributes to the use of kinetic dynamism and energy. powerfully as visual images. typography for communication. When combined through technological means, As a medium, it is inherently typography, motion and emotion retain many of their interdisciplinary, in the sense that it separate characteristics, while they also enable can integrate technology, typography, designers to make new, synergistic consequences. motion, graphic design, music and literary narrative. When we extend this marriage of typography and motion to graphic In recent decades, technological design education, it is essential that we innovation has greatly improved our potential for visual communication. teach our students the fundamentals of kinetic typography before expecting them to make innovative visual forms Published by of concepts. Cyan Books Cyan Books Project Title Project Title Typescapes Typescapes Project Requirements Project Requirements One completed A2 Poster. One completed One completed A2 Poster. One completed A3 Poster. 3 notification cards (third A4, A3 Poster. 3 notification cards (third A4, A5 portrait, A5 landscape). A front and back A5 portrait, A5 landscape). A front and back cover plus a double page spread. cover plus a double page spread. Outcome Outcome Design a front and back cover for the book A double page spread
    • Ty at po ial in Special Issues for Young Children 2 Special Issues for Young Children Sp fo @ de 0 ndo ad gr En s ig 20 n S ha nm 74 E m Lo Sh ap v us 0 1 2 es Parents should be concerned about the effect eu 3 6 YD excessive materialism can have on the m 9 £5 .50 0 a ion .o 33 development of their children's self image and hy iro £6 .5 iss st co dul rg values. In her 1997 book on modern family u T £8 dm de nc ts life, The Shelter of Each Other, author Mary n e A Pipher worries that our consumer-saturated ts ss in Ty culture may be breeding feelings of "narcissism, entitlement and dissatisfaction" in today's kids. io ns sc A Monster to According to the Canadian Toy Testing nm Council the biggest area of concern with toy Consumerism Young child with toyParents of young ads in Canada is exaggeration. Young children often think a toy actually can do a lot more children have an important role to play in protecting their kids from invasive than it can because of the way toys are en marketing, and in educating them about portrayed in advertisements. advertising from an early age. Research has shown that children These concerns have led some jurisdictions to ts between the ages of two and five cannot ban all advertising to children. Québec has A Monster to differentiate between regular TV program- banned print and broadcast advertising aimed pe ming and commercials. Young children are at kids under thirteen. Sweden has banned Consumerism especially vulnerable to misleading advertisements aimed at children under 12 advertising and don't begin to understand and it is lobbying European Union members to that advertisements are not always true adopt similar policies. ap until they're eight. Children's identities shouldn't be defined by their consumer habits; yet that is the main way they see themselves reflected in The marketing of merchandise based on the popular pre-school TV programs Barney and Teletubbies marked the beginning of identifying toddlers as a consumer market. the mediaas consumers, and advertisers Reporting on this trend, the industry magazine are targeting younger and younger KidsScreen noted that: "Agencies are Ru Effects of materialism children with this message. A healthy cautiously eyeing the zero-to-three year-old e W "Advertising at its best is making society raises children to be responsible demographica group that poses tremendous St hy di B people feel that without their product, you're a loser”. Kids are citizens rather than just consumers. challenges and opportunities, because Th De br Creating healthy, happy families means research has indicated that children are La ud No au very sensitive to that. Nancy Shalek spending time together rather than capable of understanding brands at very e ce ua 5 Fe (former president Grey Advertising) young ages." pr ng io M t A r A spending money. De m ry 22 s s si ber 20 oj la ec nd ye so soc gn 2 1 es ts s rsc cia ia M 00 0 by & B ou te te us 9 eu : el gh m l Project Title Superstition/Friday the 13th Project Requirements A double-page spread ‘Special Report’ Outcome A double-page spread ‘Special Report’ on consumerism and the designer’s role for Grafik Magazine
    • L L L L L Project Title Identity Project Requirements To involve a monogram and apply to a letterhead,invoice, compliment slip and business card Project Title Identity L Outcome Project Requirements Monogram in black and white To involve a monogram and apply to a letterhead,invoice, compliment slip and business card Outcome Monogram scaled small to large
    • L LLLLLL Wanje Luckie Creative 7a Duncan Terrace Angel Islington London N1 8BZ t 020 7278 8872 f 020 7278 0961 L L Wanje Luckie LLLLLL Limited e luckie@madmonkeyz.com w www.madmonkeyz.com 7a Duncan Terrace Angel Islington London With Compliments N1 8BZ LLLLLL L e luckie@madmonkeyz.com w www.madmonkeyz.com t 020 7278 8872 f 020 7278 0961 Project Title Identity Project Title Project Requirements Identity To involve a monogram and apply to a letterhead,invoice, compliment slip and Project Requirements business card To involve a monogram and apply to a letterhead,invoice, compliment slip and Outcome business card Monogram applied to compliment slip Monogram applied to business card Outcome Monogram colour variations
    • 7a Duncan Terrace t 020 7278 8872 e luckie@madmonkeyz.com 7a Duncan Terrace t 020 7278 8872 e luckie@madmonkeyz.com Wanje Luckie London N1 8BZ f 020 7278 0961 w www.madmonkeyz.com London N1 8BZ f 020 7278 0961 w www.madmonkeyz.com Limited L L Wanje Luckie our ref 123456789 your ref 123456789 our ref 123456789 your ref 123456789 Limited Graig Gill Graig Gill 7 Chesterton House 7 Chesterton House Chesterton Lane Chesterton Lane Cirencester Cirencester Glos GL7 1XQ Glos GL7 1XQ 01 May 2009 INVOICE 01 May 2009 Invoice Number Your Order Number Rate Terms thirty days nett 15% Dear Graig This letter has been typed according to our recommended layout. The head margin should be set to 37mm and the side margins set to 35mm, giving a typing width of 140mm. This means that the typewritten information will align with the lrc address Fee VAT Total at the top of the page and extend no further than the right-hand notch in the top bar. The typing should align on the left and remain unjustified on the right. There should Design for Executive Sourcing be no indents and a normal word space used after full points. Web Banner & Guarantee Scheme £100.00 £100.00 For consistencies sake we have adopted one of the two ‘house’ typefaces (AdobeGaramond). The size of type is 12 point and the line feed 18 point – this is an approximation of the one-and-a-half line space common to all typewriters. The layout allows for the inclusion of references, which appear at the top of the page utilising a 35mm tab. If the references are not required then preceed the name of the addressee by 2 carriage returns. You will notice that when 5 lines of ‘name & address’ are keyed in, the top line ranges with the first notch in the side bar and the top of the ‘L’ of the lrc identificant, and the last line sits on its base line. The date should appear 2 carriage returns below the last line of the address. The ‘Dear…’ should be 4 carriage returns lower and the main body of the letter a further 2 returns lower. Paragraphs should be separated by a single line space (2 carriage returns) Yours sincerely Wanje Luckie £100.00 Registered Office Directors Registered Office Directors 1 Bentinck Street London W1M 5RN Wanje Luckie 1 Bentinck Street London W1M 5RN Wanje Luckie Registered Number 1828075 England Sheba Meribel Registered Number 1828075 England Sheba Meribel Project Title Project Title Identity Identity Project Requirements Project Requirements To involve a monogram and apply to a To involve a monogram and apply to a letterhead,invoice, compliment slip and letterhead,invoice, compliment slip and business card business card Outcome Outcome Monogram applied to invoice Monogram applied to letterhead
    • Project Title Reduction and Redundancy Project Requirements Black and white illustration Colour variation Never Hide A2 poster integrating the resultant image with relevant text for an event or exhibition. It’s okay to place ‘em near your alarm Outcome clock you’ll need ‘em throught out the day... Black and white illustration Protect your eyes like no other
    • Project Title Reduction and Redundancy Project Requirements Project Title Black and white illustration Reduction and Redundancy Colour variation A2 poster integrating the resultant image Project Requirements with relevant text for an event or exhibition. Black and white illustration Colour variation Outcome A2 poster integrating the resultant image Colour variation with relevant text for an event or exhibition. Outcome Black and white illustration
    • Never Hide Project Title It’s okay to place ‘em near your alarm Reduction and Redundancy clock you’ll need ‘em throught out the day... Project Requirements Protect your foot like no other Black and white illustration Colour variation A2 poster integrating the resultant image with relevant text for an event or exhibition. Outcome Colour variation
    • Bruce Robinson Class workshop Outcome Group collaboration project Project Requirements Letterpress Londoners have to wake up to this So does everybody Project Title Thirteen million So do I. No I feel really dreadful. Do you want a cup of tea, Withnail? I feel dreadful. And I like a fucked clock! Do you want one? Withnail My heart's beating I'm going for a cup of tea. We've just run out of wine. The murder and all-bran I have some extremely What are we gonna do about it? and rape? distressing news. I don't know. I don't know. And I'm sitting in this bloody I don't want to hear it. Oh, God! shack,and I can't cope I don't want to hear anything. I don't feel good. with Withnail. My God, it's a nightmare, My thumbs have gone weird! I must be out of my mind. let me tell you. It's a nightmare. I must go home at once and I'm in the middle discuss his problems in depth. of a bloody overdose. Oh, God
    • Graduate Certificate Design For Visual Communication 2009 Information Most popular Popular Reasons for visited website Websites Logining in Alexandra Strassheimer Alex Edouard thedesigncubicle en.wikipedia lineto .com .org .com Beverley Howard Beatriz Santiago Christopher Ian Pollard V&A Chiness design Connection Chiness now Search V&A Southbank Emails Carly Gemma Holder ICA Campion Institute Claudio De Paula Graciolli Jnr Typescape Reduction & General Redundancy Search Graphic Magazine A Monster to Diana Koleva Design Website Consumerism Getty Creative image Connction Grazia Trisciuoglio Image Family portraits Search Creativereview grafikcache swiss-miss Graeme Rutherford .co.uk .com .com BlackBoard/BBC Internet Banking General Ian Car Gestalten.com Search Katalin Pulla V&A Textile Connection Kate Bowker Lockwood Deisgn Search fffound.com General Lucy Syke-Thomson swiss-miss.com Search Guardian.co.uk News Times General Maartje Anne Schalkxr Google Emails Search Mark Horgan fffound.co.uk Last fm General Mathew Hencock Creative Review Pitchbook Search Milivia Romici Blackboard General Rhea Lordes Pabillano Facebook Search Packaging Typo Flight to Eygpt Taleen Temizian Websites graphy General Search Google Analystic Report Visual Statistical Viktors Sorokins Google Reader Information Flickr Graphic RSSFeed Wallace Henning Design General Search Wanje Luckie Google Logos General Blackboard BBC Sports Search
    • Graduate Certificate Design For Visual Communication 2009 Information Who logined most! Who logined most! 0 20 40 60 80 100 Alexandra Strassheimer Grazia Trisciuoglio Mathew Hencock Milivia Alex Edouard Graeme Rutherford Milivia Romici Beverley Howard Ian Car Rhea Lordes Pabillano Beatriz Santiago Katalin Pulla Taleen Temizian Christopher Ian Pollard Kate Bowker Lockwood Viktors Sorokins Carly Gemma Holder Lucy Syke-Thomson Wallace Henning Claudio De Paula Graciolli Jnr Maartje Anne Schalkxr Wanje Luckie Diana Koleva Mark Horgan Project Title Visualising Statistical Information Project Requirements One table of information and one graphic representation of information of 23 class members Outcome Table & Graph
    • Contact: m: 07891 055 761 e: luckie@madmonkeyz.com