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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. Goals: <br />My goal is to increase the number of residents in my foster home.<br />Audience:<br /><ul><li>Deaf clients who have mental illness
  2. 2. Families of Deaf clients in need of a placement
  3. 3. State and County workers (who work with adult foster homes)
  4. 4. People in general who are interested in this type of information.</li></ul>Message:<br />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). <br />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. <br />This reduces frustrations, communication barriers, and problems.<br />
  5. 5. Below is my very first design I made. 3-2 assignment Design our interpretive sign.<br />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). <br />
  6. 6. Deaf Adult Foster Home<br />Do you have a Deaf adult friend or love one with mental illness who <br />is struggling to live on their own?<br />We provide loving care and services for our Deaf clients.<br />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.<br />I would like people to feel interested and want to inquire more information about my foster home.<br />
  7. 7. Below is my 4-1 redo interpretive sign.<br />From my very first design, I changed the background to Grey. <br />I decided to add some round corner boxes. I used two <br />Different kinds of picture that emphasizes my message I am pointing out.<br />
  8. 8. Deaf Adult Foster Home<br />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?<br />Imagine lip-reading for communication? Guy on the left thinking: (I don’t know what you’re saying, but yeah, uh-uh)S<br />Imagine having full access communication in ASL? (Finally, I am able to communicate!)<br />We provide loving care and services for our Deaf clients.<br />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. <br />We also provide specific services for their specific needs to ensure that our clients feel they are in a loving and safe environment.<br />We would like people to feel interested and want to inquire more information about our foster home.<br />
  9. 9. This is my 5-1 Proximity design. I ensured there was enough space to design.<br />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. <br />
  10. 10. Deaf Adult Foster Home<br />Imagine being a Deaf adult who relies on lip-reading and minimal communication?<br />Imagine lip-reading for communication? <br />(Guy on the left thinking: I don’t know what you’re saying., but yeah, uh-uh).<br />Imagine having full access to communication? <br />(Finally! I am able to communicate!)<br />Who:<br />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). <br />What:<br />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. <br />Why:<br />This reduces frustrations, communication barriers, and problems. <br />
  11. 11. This is the first color design I made in 7-1 assignment.<br />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.<br />
  12. 12. Deaf Adult Foster Home<br />Imagine being a Deaf adult who relies on lip-reading and minimal communication?<br />Who:<br />There are a lot of deaf adults out there living <br />on the streets or placed in a hearing foster <br />home with no full access to communication <br />using American Sign Language (ASL). <br />What:<br />We would like to educate those who know<br /> of or have a love one who is a Deaf Adult<br /> that there is a home for them. We have <br />clients who are deaf and communicate in ASL. <br />Why:<br />This reduces frustrations, communication barriers, and problems. <br />Guy on the left: “I don’t know what you’re saying. but, yeah uh-uh<br />“Finally, I am able to communicate!”<br />
  13. 13. In my 8-1 assignment for color and style.<br />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. <br />
  14. 14. D<br />E<br />A<br />F<br />A<br />D<br />U<br />L<br />T<br />F<br />O<br />S<br />T<br />E<br />R<br />H<br />O<br />M<br />E<br />Imagine relying on lip- reading and minimal communication?<br />
  15. 15. Final Design:<br />I decided to take this design from my assignment on repetition and contrast and fine tune it into my final design.<br />Goal/Audience/Message:<br />I categorize these into chunks by using wh-questions.<br />Text:<br />I believe I have written carefully to ensure an image for the reader the purpose of my sign.<br />Visuals:<br />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.<br />Proximity: <br />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.<br />Alignment:<br />I ensured that the alignment is on the right side. <br />Repetition:<br />The black borders on the top and bottom and on the left side are repeated. The orange color fonts are repeated as well.<br />Contrast:<br />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!<br />Color:<br />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.<br />Type:<br />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.<br />Style and Overall Design: <br />I feel this design supports my message, and all of the elements I’ve used to embody what I am pointing out.<br />
  16. 16. Deaf Adult Foster Home<br />Who:<br />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). <br />What:<br />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 communicates in ASL. <br />Why:<br />This reduces frustrations, communication barriers, and problems. <br />A Home for you!<br />Imagine being a Deaf adult who relies on lip-reading <br />and minimal communication?<br />

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