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Visual Rhetoric, Feb 12, 2013

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Visual Rhetoric, Feb 12, 2013

  1. 1. Today 1) Icebreaker 2) Some video? A plan. 3) Some videos on typography 4) So where do we find cool stuff? 5) Some work time 6) Homework
  2. 2. Icebreaker 1) Name 2) What’s your favorite magazine?
  3. 3. ACE: Some thoughts… As I mentioned in my email, I’ve been thinking a bit about the needs that ACE has for some video media for their website/to distribute. I am interested in us producing that video. However, we need to talk about what it would mean.
  4. 4. Question One: Are we interested? We need to start at that. Are we, as a group, interested in doing video work?
  5. 5. Assuming we are… Assuming we’d like to create video, I visualize us having three potential video options. 1. They NEED student testimonials. They just flat out have to have that. I don’t know why they don’t. These wouldn’t be difficult to produce, but one of our major considerations would have to be how to design them so they are visually striking and appealing
  6. 6. Two 2. There’s no reason why the information we’re compiling for the print media couldn’t be turned into an informational video. So… that’d be something to do, too.
  7. 7. Three… 3. It would be nice to show off the students in their classes/around campus (and to show off campus a bit).
  8. 8. If we take it on… I think this could be an invaluable project, useful for the folks in ACE and educational for all of us. It would require us to jostle the schedule, though, and shift around some readings. I am totally willing to do that, but we’d need to all negotiate a change to the syllabus.
  9. 9. Type: some videos to get us started I want to start us out today with a few videos to give us a little bit of a transition into talking about fonts and typography.
  10. 10. Some Font Fun And here are some fun sites we can tinker around with just a bit, to show you that type, like life, can be fun times.
  11. 11. How to get nifty fonts You might notice that most computers– even the ones here in the super-slick design-minded labs– don’t have a huge selection of fonts. This can put you at a disadvantage as a creator. But not to worry. Fonts are out there. Let me show you a few cool places to visit.
  12. 12. Homework For Thursday: Read for class: Golombisky & Hagen chapter 8, “What Typeface Goes with That” and “Typography 101” from How to Design Cool Stuff and Chapter 8 in Lynch and Horton In-class activity: The visual rhetoric of romance; bring in images that convey “love” represent “romantic” in honor

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