Roommate Slideshow

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Roommate Slideshow

  1. 1. Starting Point
  2. 2. 0 First attempt was mostly based on spacing and offering information 0 Looking back I can see a lack of conscious design principals
  3. 3. Second Round
  4. 4. 0 Here I am trying to get rid of clutter while at the same time creating a sense of flow 0 Trying to play with text, subtext, and image as information
  5. 5. Moving Along
  6. 6. 0 At this point I still hadn’t figured out that the grayed out image just was not working. 0 Rather than letting the text stand out, it was even more of a distraction. 0 Playing with spacing and alignment was fun and started to open things up. 0 Landscape formatting seemed to fit better as well
  7. 7. Progress
  8. 8. Full Color… at last 0 Utilizing the image’s full color really helped the sign pop and grab attention. 0 Alignment near the edges, crowds things and makes the sign looked more cramped than it is
  9. 9. More Color Fun… POW!
  10. 10. Playing with Type and alignments
  11. 11. 0 In these slides I played with color, formatting, and type face 0 I wanted to see what things would look like if a made a very bright sign. Seemed to work in some ways, maybe not in every way 0 Making the font very big, changing up the wording, and messing with my alignment was helping me break out a bit.
  12. 12. At Last…
  13. 13. In the end… 0 I chose to mellow things out a bit 0 I used the college’s school colors, gray scaled the photo, changed up the pro-nouns, and took a face out of the equation 0 Here I wanted the audience to take the personality out of the picture and focus on the steps (literally/figuratively) 0 I feel like this sign grabs to viewer, but hopefully does not overwhelm

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