PR Publications;The Top 10 Things I’ve learned<br />Chelsea Bailey<br />PRCA 3339-A<br />Prof. B. Nixon<br />
I Am Chelsea Bailey, And This Is My Blog<br /><ul><li>A Weblog (Blog) is a shared online journal that maintains an online chronicle of information .
Blogs are free, easy, and fun to use!</li></li></ul><li>Elements of A Picture<br />There are many elements that go into a picture. The photo below shows an emotional woman crying. This photographer effectively shows her true human condition.<br />
A Picture worth a thousand…Pixels?<br />Pixilated Picture<br />Original Picture<br /><ul><li>Pixels are single points in a graphic image.
When small pictures are stretched, the pixels become distorted and may cause the subjects to be unclear or pixilated.
Pictures should be used according to size and quality</li></li></ul><li>Fit For A Magazine<br />The typical picture format requested by magazine editors are .tiff or Raw photos. These raw photos are the best format to use when editing elements of a photo.<br />
Add A Page to your blog!<br />1. Go to www.wordpress.com<br />2. Use your log in information and sign into your blog.<br />3. Click the My Dashboard button/link at the top of the page next to the My account Icon.<br />4. Under the post section on the left hand side click “Pages”<br />5. Select add new which is located next to the Edit Pages heading.<br />6. Type “About me” in the title box and your whole name in the big text box.7. Click Publish on the right side of the screen.<br />8. Click on your blog title in the top right hand side of the screen.<br />9. Your new page should appear at the top of the screen.<br />
Same Message, Different Publics<br />Messages should be tailored specifically to your audience.<br />Message: Drink Milk to help your bones and make you strong.<br />Differentiated Publics:<br /><ul><li>Dr. Phil: Middle Aged Adults
Miley Cyrus: Teenagers</li></li></ul><li>Oh, C.R.A.P!<br />Elements of Design<br />Contrast (Black and White Squares)<br />Repetition (Repeated throughout the design)<br />Alignment (Placed Right Next to each contrasting square)<br />Proximity (Evenly spaced)<br />
Typography Is key!<br />Do the fonts match the goals of the organization?<br />Do the fonts match the mood of the publication?<br />Is the font legible?<br />Is the font size appropriate for the publication?<br />Is the font color visible on the background?<br />
Take my card and give me a call…<br />Business cards are a direct extension of you.<br />Creative business cards can be conversation starters<br />Information to include on your business card:<br />Name<br />Phone number<br />Email address<br />Fax number<br />Fonts should be clear and easy to read<br />