My goal for this sign is to introduce and justify the idea of switchingfrom laptops to tablets to my colleagues in the correspondenceprogram. This transition will start with our credit-recovery/at-riskstudent population.As mentioned above, the audience for the sign will be mycolleagues in the correspondence program, as well as someadministrators from our district.My message is laid out pretty specifically in the design. Tablets area better fit than laptops for the at-risk students enrolled in ourcorrespondence program.
• It’s so interesting to look back at my first design and see what’s changed. One thing that really sticks out to me about my first design is the amount of white space that I left in the design. Another thing that I notice is how I changed the wording of my text to make the message more clear.
• For this design, I remember thinking how much better it looked because it was more compact and the components fit together in a more logical way. While I wasn’t completely happy with how it turned out, I was satisfied with the progress that I had made. The major changes here were overlaying the title on the image and bringing the text body and subtitle up beside the title/image.
• I started playing with the different idea for my sign’s design over the course of the class and ended up with this design during one of the later weeks of the course. I strongly considered changing and polishing this design for my final, but ended up going back to the original and improving it with the knowledge that I had acquired. The major changes here were the title and subtitle, the color scheme, and I went back to the top to bottom layout of my information.
• For my final design I decided to got back to something similar to my first design, at least in the format and wording of the title/subtitle. I also chose to use a two color color scheme that were complementary according to the color wheel. I chose to align all text to the left side, which I ended up liking. I also polished up my text and re-phrased some of included evidence.