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Portfolio for Visual Media Class

This is a Final Portfolio for Communications 130 Visual Media. It contains all of the projects that I have done through out the semester as I learned the different Adobe CC Programs.

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Portfolio for Visual Media Class

  1. 1. Portfolio Timothy C Wells
  2. 2. Contact: Timothy C Wells 480.540.2615 mr.timothywells@gmail.com discoveringtim@gmail.com gildedbeard@gmail.com @DiscoveringTim @GildedBeard www.discoveringtim.com www.gildedbeard.com Table of Contents 1 Magazine Cover 2 Prezi 3 Photo Design 4 Montage 5 Business Identity 6 Infographic 7 Coding/HTML 8 Web Page Mock-up 9 Brochure
  3. 3. Project: Date: Description: Objective: Course: Instructor: Programs: Process: COMM 130 Section 17 Doug Holladay Magazine Cover September 28 2016 Design a magazine cover that features a portrait and articles that relate to your life. Produce a print quality magazine cover. Use Photoshop only for this project Adobe CC Photoshop 2017 First: I had to decide on a the theme of the magazine. I decided to go with an outdoor theme because I love the outdoors. Second: I came up with a title to the magazine along with mock magazine articles that would be shown on the cover. Third: I created a magazine project in Photoshop and imported a picture containing one of my adventures outdoors. Fourth: I created the magazine name and articles using various typography tools and an compositions for the lettering. Fifth: I decided to make the magazine to feel more realistic that I needed to add a QR code (the QR cod is genuine and takes you to my personal website under Discovering Tim) Sixth: I finalized the composition by making proof prints. These prints did indeed turn out better than expected. The color of the whole composition was exactly as expected.
  4. 4. Project: Date: Description: Objective: Course: Instructor: Programs: Process: COMM 130 Section 17 Doug Holladay Prezi October 5 2016 Create a Prezi Presentation based on any subject of our choosing. Use only Prezi and stock photos found online or composed by the creator to create a professional looking presentation. Prezi Presentation Software First: I had to setup a Prezi account. Second: I decided to use a information that I gathered and put together into an article called “Five Steps to Financial Freedom” Third: I found a decent background that I felt went good with the whole Financial Freedom aspect. Fourth: I then found various pictures and compositions that went well with each of my five steps. Fifth: I compiled the information together and linked each slide to each other. Sixth: I published the Prezi under the public domain and fair use section of Prezi.
  5. 5. Project: Date: Description: Objective: Course: Instructor: Programs: Process: COMM 130 Section 17 Doug Holladay Photo Design October 12 2016 By using photography and design skills, Create a project that encompasses a Consistent color scheme from the image. Use Adobe CC Photoshop to create a composition that has layers, a quote and adjust the color to enhance the photo. Adobe CC Photoshop 2017 First: I researched compositions of a similar design as well as quotes that are related to the wilderness. Second: I looked through the thousands of photos that I have taken while pursuing photography. Third: I made multiple layers and used multiple images to merge the composition together in order to create the final picture. Fourth: Once the picture was composed I adjusted the colors, contrasts and vibrancy to get the best composition possible. Fifth: I added a circle and changed its opacity. Within this circle I added the quote that I found and felt fit the project. Sixth: I finalized the composition by positioning the circle and the quote in a manner that was both appealing and fitting.
  6. 6. Project: Date: Description: Objective: Course: Instructor: Programs: Process: COMM 130 Section 17 Doug Holladay Montage October 19 2016 Design a spiritual poster montage using a blend of images and FOCUS principles. Use Adobe CC Photoshop to create a montage of multiple pictures and text. Magazine Cover First: I researched different montages, spiritual memes and quotes that were of a similar style and composition. Second: I gathered many different pictures, artworks and other compositions of Jesus Christ. I also gathered various backgrounds, backdrops and landscapes. Third: I decided on the current painting of Christ as well as the upper atmosphere picture of the Earth. Fourth: I used Photoshop with various layers and blending to create the composition as seen in the final montage. Fifth: I selected the scripture John 3:16 and added it to the montage. I also adjusted the typography and color scheme by using the colors within the composition. Sixth: I finalized the full composition by aligning everything in a manner that is appealing to the eye.
  7. 7. Project: Date: Description: Objective: Course: Instructor: Programs: Process: COMM 130 Section 17 Doug Holladay Business Identity October 26 2016 Create a logo for a company/service/organi- zation and establish a visual identity across documents. Use Adobe CC Photoshop, Illustrator and any other Adobe CC software. Adobe CC Illustrator 2017 Adobe CC Photoshop First: I created a company called Gilded Beard. This is in fact a real company that I created for a Online Business Creation class. Second: Create multiple variations in relation to the company. Third: Design a banner to be used on a website and letterhead Fourth: Create multiple business card fronts and backs. Fifth: Create a letterhead and stationary for the company. Sixth: Add all the necessary information that pertains to the company to the letterheads, stationary and business card. Seventh: Create final prints and make any adjustments that are necessary to make the final prints professional looking. (Additionally: This company is a real company that I designed and can be visited through the link at the beginning of the portfolio.)
  8. 8. Project: Date: Description: Objective: Course: Instructor: Programs: Process: COMM 130 Section 17 Doug Holladay Infographic November 2 2016 Create an infographic that provides or teaches a subject to the viewer. Use Adobe CC Illustrator 2017 to create a an infographic. Adobe CC Illustrator 2017 First: Choose a topic in which the inforgraphic will be about. Second: I researched the materials and the information in relation to computer security and passwords. Third: I decided on a color scheme that would contrast the various charts, graphics and typography that were used in the infographic. Fourth: After gathering the research and color schemes it was time to compose the various charts and graphics. Fifth: After composing everything I compiled the materials into the infographic. Sixth: Finalize the infographic by exporting it into different formats for that can be printed or shared online.
  9. 9. Project: Date: Description: Objective: Course: Instructor: Programs: Process: COMM 130 Section 17 Doug Holladay Coding/HTML November 9 2016 Create a web page using HTML and CSS. Use the provided material and NotePad++ to alter and create a new web page. Notepad ++ and Dreamweaver First: The very first thing that I did was review all the lesson infor- mation. Second: I downloaded all the materials needed for the project. Third: I then put everything into a single folder along with all the necessary photos that I wanted to use in the design. Fourth: I opened Notepad++ as well as Adobe Dreamweaver. ( I used Dreamweaver to validate my site). Fifth: I made the alterations that were necessary to meet the re- quirements. Other things that I did included making the site dynam- ic so that as you scale the site everything scales with it. Basically, I made sure it was mobile friendly. Sixth: After a lot of work I finalized the site and ran a check through Dreamweaver to validate the site. Everything worked just fine.
  10. 10. Project: Date: Description: Objective: Course: Instructor: Programs: Process: COMM 130 Section 17 Doug Holladay Web Page Mock-up November 16 2016 Create a mock website for a company that is either real or not. It can relate to the pre- vious project “Business Identity”. Use Photoshop exclusively to make a mock web page for a potential client. Adobe CC Photoshop 2017 exclusively First: I had to come up with a company and web page design. The design itself was drawn out on paper first. Second: I gathered pictures for the design of the site. Third: I compiled the background first with the ship-lap on the top and the mountain range on the bottom. Then I blended the two pictures together against a off-white background. Fourth: I created different sections for various parts of the website. Fifth: I added the pictures to the various sections and sized them to fit the final composition. Sixth: I added the text to the various sections and pictures. Seventh: I finalized the composition by exporting the mock web page into different formats. This was done so that the client would be able to view the mock page on any device in most formats.
  11. 11. Project: Date: Description: Objective: Course: Instructor: Programs: Process: COMM 130 Section 17 Doug Holladay Brochure November 23 2016 Create a Brochure of our own design for any organization, theme, location or event. Use any Adobe Creative Cloud programs to produce a print quality brochure. Photoshop for photo editing purposes Illustrator for the brochure composition First: I decided on a passion of mine, Pit Bulls Second: I gathered a number of pictures and PNGs to add to the bro- chure. Third: I decided on the size and style of brochure. The style is a tri-fold with one fold cut in half. The size I went with is 5” x 5” Fourth: I gathered the top eight true/false facts about Pit bulls and orga- nized them to be negative facts on the outside and positive on the inside. Fifth: I selected and positioned the pictures on to each portion of the bro- chure. I also took colors from the pictures to add background color. Sixth: I then compiled the front and back into their final composition as shown at the right. Seventh: The final step was to make my prints to verify everything fit into place. I only had to do a single print for my final composition due to my skills I have obtained using Adobe CC software as well as my experience with mathematical engineering.

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