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Good Morning,
Ladies & Gentlemen!


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Good Morning,
Ladies & Gentlemen!


Welcome back to your favorite E-Day learning!
This lesson is divided into three parts: the overview (you're reading it now), the inspiration, and the assignment.

Here's how this works:

  1. Read this overview (the introduction) explaining an important facet of graphic design.
  2. Watch the video, the inspiration, expounding upon the the effects of what we do as designers.
  3. Read the design brief to discover the challenge that lies in store.
  4. You will have ten days to complete the assignment and turn it in.

Lets get started...


 

One of the most powerful communication tools in existence is... drum roll, please... the business card.

 
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inspiration


inspiration


Watch the video:

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assignment


assignment


You only need to watch the first nine minutes of this video.

Your task:

Using only the Roboto font family and one ink color, create your business card.

  • Make 3 thumbnails BEFORE you begin your design.

  • Create your card in google draw

    • https://docs.google.com/drawings/

    • See Classroom for info on using google draw

  • Must contain

    • Your name

    • What you do (job title or description)

    • phone number

    • email

Requirements:

  • Standard US Business Card Size

  • Must only use Roboto font family

  • Must use only 1 total ink color

  • Must be 1-sided only

  • Must contain all of the required information

 

Due on or before FEBRUARY 14, 2019.

To submit your completed assignment, submit your completed draw file (in google) to this classroom assignment. AND submit a PDF of the finished card to classroom.

Failure to submit this project by the assigned date will result in an automatic unexcused absence from school, as required by the Ohio Department of Education. If you have any questions, please consult your instructor.