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9 4 Assignment Sharing Your Interpretive Sign Design

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9 4 Assignment Sharing Your Interpretive Sign Design

  1. 1. <ul><li>Goals: </li></ul><ul><li>My goal is to increase the number of residents in my foster home. </li></ul><ul><li>Audience: </li></ul><ul><li>Deaf clients who have mental illness </li></ul><ul><li>Families of Deaf clients in need of a placement </li></ul><ul><li>State and County workers (who work with adult foster homes) </li></ul><ul><li>People in general who are interested in this type of information. </li></ul><ul><li>Message: </li></ul><ul><li>There are a lot of deaf adults out there living on the streets or placed in a hearing foster home with no full access to communication using American Sign Language (ASL). </li></ul><ul><li>We would like to educate those who know of or have a love one who is a Deaf Adult that there is a home for them. We have clients who are deaf and communicate in ASL. </li></ul><ul><li>This reduces frustrations, communication barriers, and problems. </li></ul>
  2. 2. Below is my very first design I made. 3-2 assignment Design our interpretive sign. I put a mauve color background and used two different kinds of fonts. Tempus San and Calibri. The title is in grey color. The rest of the text is in black. I added a visual picture of “I Love you” in American Sign Language (ASL).
  3. 3. Deaf Adult Foster Home Do you have a Deaf adult friend or love one with mental illness who is struggling to live on their own? We provide loving care and services for our Deaf clients. There are a lot of Deaf adults out there with mental illness who are living on the streets or placed in a hearing home with no full access to communication using American Sign Language (ASL). We would like to educate those who know of or have a love one who is a Deaf Adult with mental illness that there is a home for them. We provide specific services for their specific needs to ensure that our clients feel they are in a loving and safe environment. I would like people to feel interested and want to inquire more information about my foster home.
  4. 4. Below is my 4-1 redo interpretive sign. From my very first design, I changed the background to Grey. I decided to add some round corner boxes. I used two Different kinds of picture that emphasizes my message I am pointing out.
  5. 5. Deaf Adult Foster Home Imagine the impact of a Deaf adult you know or love who has no access to communication and relies on lip reading and minimal communication? Imagine lip-reading for communication? Guy on the left thinking : (I don’t know what you’re saying, but yeah, uh-uh)S Imagine having full access communication in ASL? (Finally, I am able to communicate!) We provide loving care and services for our Deaf clients. There are a lot of Deaf adults out there who are living on the streets or placed in a hearing home with no full access to communication using American Sign Language (ASL). We would like to educate those who know of or have a love one who is a Deaf Adult that there is a home for them. We have clients who are deaf and communicate in ASL. This reduces frustrations, communication barriers, and problems. We also provide specific services for their specific needs to ensure that our clients feel they are in a loving and safe environment. We would like people to feel interested and want to inquire more information about our foster home.
  6. 6. This is my 5-1 Proximity design. I ensured there was enough space to design. I did a black color background along with white and rust color text. I added grey color frames on the two pictures. The fonts I used are, Trebuchet and Calibri.
  7. 7. Deaf Adult Foster Home Imagine being a Deaf adult who relies on lip-reading and minimal communication? Who: There are a lot of deaf adults out there living on the streets or placed in a hearing foster home with no full access to communication using American Sign Language (ASL). What: We would like to educate those who know of or have a love one who is a Deaf Adult that there is a home for them. We have clients who are deaf and communicate in ASL. Why: This reduces frustrations, communication barriers, and problems. Imagine lip-reading for communication? (Guy on the left thinking: I don’t know what you’re saying., but yeah, uh-uh). Imagine having full access to communication? (Finally! I am able to communicate!)
  8. 8. This is the first color design I made in 7-1 assignment. The colors are complementary which I’m using lime green, violet, and off white color. I ensured that the alignments are aligned on the left side. I also made boxes and pictures in rounded-square type of shapes.
  9. 9. Deaf Adult Foster Home Imagine being a Deaf adult who relies on lip-reading and minimal communication? Who: There are a lot of deaf adults out there living on the streets or placed in a hearing foster home with no full access to communication using American Sign Language (ASL). What: We would like to educate those who know of or have a love one who is a Deaf Adult that there is a home for them. We have clients who are deaf and communicate in ASL. Why: This reduces frustrations, communication barriers, and problems. Guy on the left: “I don’t know what you’re saying. but, yeah uh-uh “ Finally, I am able to communicate!”
  10. 10. In my 8-1 assignment for color and style. I added a bold orange background with a warm light color tan. The title is set up vertically in a script type font. I decided to change the direction of the message in huge size and bold heavy text sideways. In the picture, I added border and shadow reflection makes it looks different and bold.
  11. 11. D E A F A D U L T F O S T E R H O M E Imagine relying on lip- reading and minimal communication?
  12. 12. Final Design: I decided to take this design from my assignment on repetition and contrast and fine tune it into my final design. Goal/Audience/Message: I categorize these into chunks by using wh-questions. Text: I believe I have written carefully to ensure an image for the reader the purpose of my sign. Visuals: I decided to use one picture (using A.S.L. to emphasize what it is like to have full communication in our foster home. I used the lip-reading picture, but felt that it would embellish my message or design. Proximity: I feel my design is well-organized. I used less boxes I had in my previous designs. I feel each elements I used in this design is placed in proximity order. Alignment: I ensured that the alignment is on the right side. Repetition: The black borders on the top and bottom and on the left side are repeated. The orange color fonts are repeated as well. Contrast: I created a bold color of black and orange. I used cool blue as a background. I feel this design is eye-catching because of it’s contrast type of design. I want everyone’s attention! Color: The color I chose is to get people’s attention and to make them want to read my sign. I feel it is used appropriately and supports my message. Type: I used only two types of fonts; Era Demi ITC and Bradley Hand ITC. The font size I used is big and small, heavy and light type of style. Style and Overall Design: I feel this design supports my message, and all of the elements I’ve used to embody what I am pointing out.

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