Art 341: Production Design
Dr. Paula DiMarco
Fall 2014 Schedule

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Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4 | Week 5 | Week 6 | Week 7 | Week 8 | Week 9 | Week 10 | Week 11| Week 12 | Week 13 | Week 14 | Week 15 | Week 16 | exam


Week 1:
Mon. 8/26

Introductions

Please read Syllabus

Homework:

Purchase:
1. Getting it Printed by Kenly & Beach
2. Hard drive and Flash drives

Read over the syllabus carefully

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Wed. 8/28

General Introduction to Graphic Design Production

Lecture on the general History of Print.

 

Homework:

  1. Look at all the content (web pages and videos) listed in the link, History of Print.

  2. Take notes and ask questions about what is discussed in these videos.

  3. Take notes on the key terms used.

  4. Start a digital note book with samples from the web and a list of web sites that provide information on the terms being discussed. (This digital notebook/archive will be used in your research/presentation assignments.)

The greatest invention, JIKJI

Printing innovation from China

Typographic Terms

Nice Old Film on History of Printing

Printmaking Processes: Lithography

What is Offset Lithography?

The Art of Hatch Show Print

The History of Typography - Animated Short

A lesson on typography

 

 
Week 2:
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Mon 9/2

Labor Day. No class

 


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Wed. 9/4

Overview of Print Production Processes

First Assignment: InfoGraph 01: Color

Homework:

Read the chapter
Read chapter 5 (Page 68 to 89) of the book, Getting it Printed.
Read this article
Information Graphics
Read project sheet
INFO GRAPH 01
Research several INFOGRAPHS or Information Design examples.
  • Look at the stylistic features of the layout.
  • See the simplistic aspects of the design
  • What style typeface are they using? Typically it is a san-serif. Often condensed font.
  • What is are the focal points of the poster?
  • How are they organizing the concepts being presented?
  • How much words verses graphics do you see in these?
Begin to gather your data.
  • What aspects are important to explain in your graph about color?
  • Read the chapter on Color from the book.
  • Look up some information on line about color.
  • Simplify the information.
  • create an outline of what is important
  • Who is the audience for this presentation? Designer right?
  • How will create value in what you are presenting graphically?
Begin sketches
  • Start to sketch out different ways you could present this information.
  • Look at the samples of INFOGRAPHS to see how others have presented information.
  • Borrow some of the techniques and layout from these samples.
  • Recognize that your graph will evolve and change with the content that you are presenting.

Due on Monday: Sketches and research

 


 
 
Week 3:
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Mon. 9/9

 

Professor will come around and talk to students about their ideas and research.


Work on idea sketches and research for first Assignment: InfoGraph 01: Color

 

Homework:

Work on first assignment

  • Continue to Work on your sketches and refine.
  • Start on digital comps.
  • You can place sketched icons or found images in your rough comp
  • organize the information in a rough draft.

Have questions about color for next class.

 

Here is the list of what you should be doing for your first assignment:

Read the chapter
Read chapter 5 (Page 68 to 89) of the book, Getting it Printed.
Read this article
Information Graphics
Read project sheet
INFO GRAPH 01
Research several INFOGRAPHS or Information Design examples.
  • Look at the stylistic features of the layout.
  • See the simplistic aspects of the design
  • What style typeface are they using? Typically it is a san-serif. Often condensed font.
  • What is are the focal points of the poster?
  • How are they organizing the concepts being presented?
  • How much words verses graphics do you see in these?
Begin to gather your data.
  • What aspects are important to explain in your graph about color?
  • Read the chapter on Color from the book.
  • Look up some information on line about color.
  • Simplify the information.
  • create an outline of what is important
  • Who is the audience for this presentation? Designer right?
  • How will create value in what you are presenting graphically?
Begin sketches
  • Start to sketch out different ways you could present this information.
  • Look at the samples of INFOGRAPHS to see how others have presented information.
  • Borrow some of the techniques and layout from these samples.
  • Recognize that your graph will evolve and change with the content that you are presenting.

 

 

 

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Wed. 9/11

Lecture on Color

Homework:

Read the chapter

Read chapter 2: The Parts: type and Graphics (Page 22 to 43) of the book, Getting it Printed.

Work on

INFO GRAPH 01

Have a digital comp or a detailed hand made comp showing the over all structure of your graph. (this needs to be detailed enough that a small group of students in class can see the direction you are taking. this also should be either shown on the computer or on a large scale printed sheet or drawing.)

 

This is a rough draft.

 

 

Week 4:
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Mon. 9/16

Studio time / Critique

 

 

 

 

 

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Wed. 9/18

 

Talk about INFO GRAPH

Meet in Classroom - Go through the other group of students

if time permits: Lecture on Type management.

Homework:

Go through the following Websites:

How to Create Outstanding Modern Infographics

The Anatomy Of An Infographic

Must have all your icons/graphics for next class

 

  • Create a legend on an 11 x 17 sheet of paper
  • This legend will show each graphic image you are going to use.
  • List each Icon and then supply a description of what that icon/ graphic illustration represents.
  • Present this on a designed page.
  • give your page a title, like, Color Management Info Graph icons, or Info graph legend, etc.
  • Do as many as you can of the icons/vector graphics
  • If you want to use sketches because you have not finished those icon, that is appropriate as well. (but still place them in a grid structural form).
  • You can include any directional graphics you plan to use as well. (Such as arrows, dotted lines, etc).
Must be in a PDF form
  • Make sure you have the pdf as well as the raw (illustrator file).

 

 

 

Identity Checklist

Week 5:
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Mon. 9/23

Will Meet in Lab on this day.

Look at your Icon/graphic legend. (PDF form)

Lecture on Type and type Management

Homework:

Continue working on Infograph. If you have any concerns make an appointment to meet with professor. Infograph due in digital format on Monday, Sept. 30th.

Our guest speaker will be in to talk about calibration. Have questions for him. Please be on time and be professional.


 

 

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Wed. 9/25

Guest Speaker: Color Calibration/ Color Management systems

Homework:

Must have your Infograph completed

 

 

  • Due Monday, Sept. 30
  • 2 Digital files are required:
      1. PDF
      2. .AI file with text outlined
        or packaged InDesign file. (no CC files)

      You will be asked to place them on a hard drive in the beginning of class.
      No working in class.

Note: This is a deadline that you must meet. Any late projects will have a deduction of grade points.

Read next project sheet: 2-color fold -- project sheet
Book page

See page 156 for folds (and check out this link from my site on binding and folds)

 

 

 

 

Week 6:
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Mon. 9/30

Look at Phase 1 INFO GRAPH project

2 Digital files are required:

    1. PDF
    2. .AI file with text outlined
      or packaged InDesign file. (no CC files)

Talk about next project. ( 2-color fold )

Here are samples of 2 color designs

Homework:

 

  • Start researching the images for your product line
  • Decide what you are planning to do this project on.
  • If you want to do fashion and look at the files the professor has, please let her know through email, so she can bring the files.
  • Start to think about the type of fold you will be doing.
  • Sketch out ideas: Thumbnails should be clear and detailed on the direction you want to go.
  • Must do some sketches by hand to show the instructor.
  • (I do not care how many thumbnails, I just want to see what your ideas are.)
  • Look at the samples of 2 color designs and see the common color combinations.
Book page

See page 156 for folds (and check out this link from my site on binding and folds)

 


 

 

 

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Wed. 10/2

Look at Phase 1 INFO GRAPH project

 

  • Start researching the images for your product line
  • Decide what you are planning to do this project on.
  • If you want to do fashion and look at the files the professor has, please let her know through email, so she can bring the files.
  • Start to think about the type of fold you will be doing.
  • Sketch out ideas: Thumbnails should be clear and detailed on the direction you want to go.
  • Must do some sketches by hand to show the instructor.
  • (I do not care how many thumbnails, I just want to see what your ideas are.)
  • Look at the samples of 2 color designs and see the common color combinations.

Sketches are due in One week, Wed. Oct 9th. (These will be handed into professor so make them accessible on 8.5 x 11 or smaller.

Book page

See page 156 for folds (and check out this link from my site on binding and folds)

 

 

Week 7:
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Mon. 10/7

Lecture on:

Image Quality:

resolution of images
Tonal range of images (looking at the image's histogram)
simple retouching

Tips on working with low quality images:

Adding grain
Using high pass
Using cloning and healing tools to sample pixels


Homework:

Due Wed. Oct 9th.

Sketches for your 2 color folded promotional brochure.
(These will be handed into professor so make them accessible on 8.5 x 11 or smaller.)

Must Email Infograph

 

Due Wed. October 9

Note: This is a deadline that you must meet. Any late projects will have a deduction of grade points.

Go through links listed
Videos that show some of what has been discussed:
Image Quality Film Grain
How to read a Histogram High Pass Filter
Levels and Histograms (video) Clone and healing tools (video)
  Change color of lips (Video)
  enhancing eyes (video)

 

 
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Wed. 10/9

Submit your sketches to professor.

More on images:

(images you can use: 01 | 02 | 03


Retouching

Using Cloning tool
Using Healing Tool

Brightening Eyes

Changing Colors of Eyes
Changing color of any Object

Selecting Hair

Other links:

Whiten Teeth (Video)
Retouch/Digital Makeup (6min video)
Brown to Blue Eyes (4 min video)

Duotone

Review of content for first Quiz.

Study Guide for Quiz 01
(Production Design Link)

Homework:

Study For Quiz 1

Go through the Quiz study guide. Study Guide for Quiz 01

Go through the book chapters read so far.

Look at he website links from lectures. (Production Design Link)

Here are some other links that will help you as well.

Videos that show some of what has been discussed:
Type Timeline Intro to Color Theory (video)
DPI vs. PPI CMYK and Printing (video)
Halftones How to read a Histogram
Screen angles Levels and Histograms (video)
Image Quality Film Grain
  High Pass Filter
   

 

Must Email Infograph

 

Due Wed. October 9

Note: This is a deadline that you must meet. Any late projects will have a deduction of grade points.

 

 

(check out this site)

Week 8:
   
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Mon. 10/14

Canceled Class

 

 

 

 

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Wed. 10/16

Quiz 1: See study guide

 

Homework:

Gather all the elements you will use for indesign.

Open up all raster files in Photoshop and save a a .psd file

Open up all vector graphics and make sure they are saved as .ai files.

Gather all the text/copy for your brochure and place it in a text edit program. Save as a .rtf file.

You may begin to execute your beginning stages your layout. But we will discuss the things you have do do on Monday. You will use Indesign for the layout. No exception.

 

Read

 

Chapter 3 " Assembling the Parts: PREPRESS" of the book.

 

 

Week 9:
   
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Mon. 10/21

 

Demo: 2-color fold project

InDesign

New Document sizes

Setting up pages that are facing
(without facing pages)

Setting up Margins and columns

Working With Text

Sizing Text
Kerning text
Text wraps
Linking text from one column to the next
Making 2 column text boxes.
Hanging punctuation: Aligning quotes outside of a the line
Optical Margin Alignment: Story option
Dynamic Spelling

Making a new text box. (Separate words for flexibility.)

 

 

samples of 2 color designs

Folds and binding section

InDesign Pages (Multiple page Sizes)

Different types of Grids

Working with Images

Place (do not paste)
Fit Picture in Frame
Working with image boxes
Sizing Images
Managing Images through Links
Bleeds

Working with Graphics

Making shapes using the pen tool
Using shapes
Getting vector graphics from Illustrator
Finding free vector shapes online

Background & transparency

Graphics / text/ shapes
Photoshop files that have transparency

All your images and fonts need to be packaged into a folder.


(Packaging)

 

Homework

Due On Wed.

Phase 1:
2-color fold

 

  • Figure out the size of your pages based on the folds.
  • Layout your brochure inside InDesign
  • Place all images and graphics on pages
  • Must have a column or grid structure
  • Make sure your images are grayscale and save all images as .psd
  • You need to have just one design idea for Wed.
  • Headings and larger words or quotes must be actual text. (no dummy copy)
  • For larger amounts of copy, (if you have this) You may use placeholder text.
    Place holder text (dummy copy) must be comprehensible.
  • No Placeholder text from Indesign. Instead type out something readable.
  • No FPO images (For Position Only)
  • Package your file and have them ready to show to instructor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Wed. 10/23

Resource:


Use these files to figure out the sizes of pages.

[click on the orientation]

Here are some others:

 

Break

Look at students work. (Brochure design Phase 1: layout inside InDesign)

 

Homework

Due Mon.

Phase 2:
2-color fold

 

  • Have 10 different variations of your layouts
  • You can have the same cover, for some and different designs on the pages.
  • You can also have different covers and some of the same designs on some pages, but other pages might be the same.
  • So what I am trying to say, is some of your variations can have subtle changes, and some of your variation can have drastic changes.
  • The idea is to get you to think about more than your original idea and hopeful something really interesting and strong will appear in your designing.

  • Save your designs as PDF's but also package your files.

 

 

Resources:

Creating Multiple page sizes inside InDesign

(Packaging your file)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 10:
   
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Mon. 10/28

Go over Quiz/Test 01
See study guide

Link to File Formats

Break

Critique 2-color fold (See above for what was due today.)

Students will load all their PDF's and InDesign Packaged File on Teacher's station.

Homework

Due Wed.

Phase 3:
2-color fold

 

  • You will have a chosen layout from professor.
  • Refine that chose layout and make the changes that were suggested
  • Make sure you have all your content and no placeholders.

 

 

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Wed. 10/30

Prepping files for printing.

  • Talk about putting fold marks, crop marks
  • Going through Preflight check list.

PREFLIGHT CHECK LIST

  • Document Size: Check to make sure it is the correct size.
  • Safe zone: Check your safe zone (margins to make sure text is not in the safe zone)
  • Bleeds: Make sure all images and graphics that go to the edge of the page are pulled over the edge to the bleed guide.
  • Fonts: check to make sure they are loaded properly.
  • Color: All colored type and graphics need to be in Sot color (Pantone). No RGB colors.
  • Links- Update or missing: You need to check your links to see if there is no missing symbol or update symbol
  • Links- Color: All images should be grayscale if doing only black and white.
    If you have duotone image, for printing to laser printer we will need to change to CMYK
      • If you change the color mode, and the file is in .jpeg, do not save over it as .jpeg, but make it .psd.
      • I always convert all my images to .psd
      • If I want to keep a file that has a lot of layers, I back up the file in a working folder. But I usually will flatten all layers
      • Update those images in the links panel of indesign.
      • Make sure you delete any of the extra images that are .jpg (keep any .pdfs, .eps, .ai, or .psd files)
  • Links- resolution/percentage: You want to make sure that your images are at 100% and at the 266ppi resolution.
      • 266ppi is the standard resolution for printing brochures and magazine.
      • Edit each file to the correct percentage. (Will discuss this.) It is a good idea to make your images at 100%, but it is not essential.
      • The key is to look at the "effective ppi" in the links panel. This should be no less than 266.
      • If you are finished with the editing of these images, you want to make sure you flatten the image. (But before you do that, save your unflattened-layered image in another working folder, incase you have to go back and re-edit.
      • Make sure you update your links in the links panel.

 

 

Homework:

 

Due Mon.

Print out
with cropmarks
2-color fold

 

DO NOT GET YOUR PRINTS CUT

  • Print out your layouts
  • Make sure you have cropmarks and fold marks
  • Go through the preflight list above.

  • Bring the following to class:

    Wax paper
    Burnisher
    Spray Mount
    Steel edge Ruler (long enough to cut your design)
    Self healing Cutting board (or back of large size drawing pad)
    Masking/paper tape
    X-acto (New blades only)
    Newspaper for spraying your Spray Mount
    Paper Mask for covering up your mouth.

If you found a place that prints on both sides of paper, you will still need to have the cropmarks and foldmarks in order to see how it lined up. Plus you need to cut them down. So get the double sided print, but do not cut it down.

 

  1. Prepress Essentials
#1 of 6
#2 of 6
#3 of 6
#4 of 6
#5 of 6
#6 of 6 -packaging

 

 

 

Week 11:
   
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Mon 11/4

In class we will be doing the following.

Print 2 sided:
The best solution to making a mock-up is to get it printed double sides. So I suggest that you search for a place that will double side your design. If they can cut it down and not mess it up, then let them do it. But otherwise, NEVER use a paper cutter.
Most people cut the brochure before they fold it. That might work just fine, but something if there are mistakes like the size of the pages are off or there is an inaccurate bleed, the project will not fold right.

So I like to fold the project and then cut it down. However, it is up to you how you want to do this. Try both and see what works best for you.

Mounting the 2 sides to each other. (Do not cut down, have crop marks and registration marks)

  1. Masking/paper tape:
    Taping one side of the layout- face down - to a light table or a window.

  2. Wax paper:
    Get out your wax paper and have it ready to use after you spray mount one of the sheets. Make 2 separate wax sheets.

  3. Spray Mount:
    Using Spray mount and spraying one side of your layout. Make sure you are spraying far away from a classroom. When you spray, have a clean paper under the sheet. If someone sprayed before you, there will be spray mount on the paper. So have a clean sheet every time.

  4. Spray Mount:
    First spray on a bank sheet of paper, because the spray mount nozzle can clog and cause thick glue globs. Spray about 6 inches away from your sheet and in one smooth motion.

  5. Wax paper: Place your sprayed sheet on the 2 separate wax sheets.

  6. Position the paper on the taped down sheet and match up the bleed marks and fold marks.

  7. Burnisher: Once you have a good position, press down on the area that is not on the wax paper. Use a burnisher and press out all the air pockets.

  8. Once the paper is down, it can not be pulled up. So if you made a mistake, I suggest that you leave it as is and try a new one.

 

 

Folding project:

  1. After the 2 sides are pasted together, you will using either my board for scoring the paper, or you can use a straight edge ruler to fold the paper.

  2. Use your fold marks to indicate where the folds will be.

  3. Fold the project and look to see if everything matches.

Cut the brochure:

  1. Masking/paper tape:
    Make sure you tape your brochure down to the cutting board. (Self healing Cutting board)

  2. Steel edge Ruler:
    Use a steel edge ruler and hold it firmly on the table
    when you cut.

  3. X-acto (New blades only): Make sure when you cut your brochure, you are using brand new X-acto Blade. Don't be cheap, it will show in the cut.

  4. When you cut, do not cut all the way to the top or bottom of the tape. Just cut slightly over the bleed.

  5. X-acto:
    Make sure your X-acto blade in low and on an angle and not straight up. The blade is meant to be used on an angel. Keep the blade parallel to the ruler

  6. Self healing Cutting board:
    Rotate your cutting board around to get a better hold on
    the cutting.


 

 

Homework:

Due Wed.

Fold and cut your Project
2-color fold

This is a mockup. This is just to see what happened and what you might have to change in your process.

Please bring the project already mocked up.

This is the rough draft. The final will be due next Monday.

 

Note:
For the final mock-up, it will be due next monday, it should be actual size.

If you need to use the classroom to work on your mock-up please let the instructor know. She can open the classroom up for you on Friday, Sat, or Sunday.

PLEASE do not wait till the middle of the night on Sunday to do your mounting and cutting. Things happen and I will not accept excuses for late projects on this day.

Infograph Project: Please get approval for your Infograph project, as I will want this printed by next week.
Print out for this project will be due no later than Wed. Nov. 13th.

 

 

 

 

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Wed 11/6

Critique of Assignment #2. 2-color fold

If time:

Here are some resources for mocking up your brochure for your portfolio or for a digital presentation.

Making digital mockup in Photoshop

Tri-fold Brochure: File Product Purchase- $4.00

 

 
Week 12:
   
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Mon 11/11

Veterans Day

 

No school

 

 

 

 

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Wed. 11/13

Look at your final print out of the 2-color fold project.

Assignment#3: Paper Company Promo (sample) Kit

Homework:

Read From the book:

Read chapter 6: Only the following Pages
from page 99 - How Paper Looks
to page 112

Research
Assignment 3:
Paper Company Promo (sample) Kit

Please go through the paper sample webpage.

Decide which paper line you want to promote.

Go to Kelly Papers (paper supplier) to see what paper samples you can get.

Research the various paper companies and the various line of paper products.

Fraser Papers
French Paper
Georgia-Pacific
Gilbert Paper
Hammermill
Mohawk
Neenah
Sappi
Strathmore
Wausau

 

 

Look at the specification on some of these paper products.

Twin River Paper Company Products:

Custom Brite®
Custom Supreme®
Border Brite®
More...

Neenah Paper Company Products:

Classic Brand®

Watch the following Videos

Neenah Classic Paper Brand explained (5 min)

Neenah Classic Crest Swatchbook (12 min)

Neenah Classic Crest Promotional Kit (14 min)

Neenah 2012 Crane Paper Calendar (4 min)

20 + Years of French Paper Promotions by Charles S. Anderson Design Company

Infograph Project:
Print out by Monday Nov. 18th
Please get approval for your Infograph project, as I will want this printed by next week.
Print out for this project.

(Originally You were asked to print this out for today, Wed. Nov. 13th. But due to the fact we has off veterans day, you have an extension to Monday Nov. 18.)

 

 

 

Week 13:
   
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Mon. 11/18

Class was canceled.

 

 

 

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Wed. 11/20

Lecture on:


Assignment 3: Paper Company Promo (sample) Kit

Check out this app for your iPad, iPhone, or Android. Neehah Paper sample app.

Also, when making your package for your paper samples, you will need to get information about die lines. Here is a resource on Neenah Paper site for various types of die lines.

Homework:

Sketches
Assignment 3:
Paper Company Promo (sample) Kit

You should have decided on what direction you want to take for your Paper Company Promo. For next class, please have a clear drawn out sketch of the following:

  1. The brochure: The theme or concept you will be taking.
  2. How will the sample of paper be displayed?
  3. Binding ideas and over all package of the Promo Kit.

You can have digital sample to show me, as well as sample images you think you want to use. You can provide samples of design direction, mood, style, color, shades.

Even though you can provide images as samples, I still want a hand sketch of the construction. You can scan the sketch if you like, or show it to me in class.

 


Week 14:
   
Mon. 11/25

Lab time. Work with Professor on Paper project.

 

Digital Comp. Due Wed.


Assignment 3:
Paper Company Promo (sample) Kit

For Wed. You must have digital comp of the layout for your project.

The professor will make sure you have set it up correctly.

Some projects will be using InDesign and some will be using Illustrator. Use only Photoshop to alter images.

 

 
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Wed. 12/27

Professor will look at and approve your designs.

 

Homework:

Read From the book:

Read chapter 9: Finishing & Binding
from page 156 to page 164

Due next class:
Assignment 3:
Paper Company Promo (sample) Kit
An actual mock up of your Paper project --due a week from today. Wed. Dec. 4th

 

 
Week 15:
   
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Mon. 12/2

Critique of Assignment 3.

A physical Mock-up is due of your Paper Promo Project.

 

 
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Wed. 12/4

Lecture on:

Preflight check list when you are inside InDesign

Prepping your design and Prepress Workflow

Choosing the appropriate method of printing for various media and substrates.

Understanding the production process when your document is On Press

Appropriate shipping and storing methods for a completed product.

New technologies in the printing industry.


Links about:

"working with overprinting and trapping in Illustrator"

This PDF will give you Tips on Preparing Your Files for Press.

About Paper (this is something I put together so that you can get more detailed information about paper. Please read this as some terms will be addressed in the final Quiz.)

Homework:

Keep working on your Assignment 3: Paper Company Promo (sample) Kit

 
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Week 16:    

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Mon. 12/9

Overview of final Quiz on Exam day.

Study Guide

Homework:

The following should be submitted on this day:

  1. Submit a CD or USB of High resolution PDF or PDF's of all your work from class.
    (Make sure your fonts are outlined before making PDFs)
  2. Printed version of your paper sample project.
  3. If you have not already done so, a printed version of your Infograph and the brochure.

Do not be late on Exam day: Quiz 2 starts at 8:15 am. DOORS will be closed and locked after that. No acceptions.

 
Wed. 12/11

No Official Class.

8:00 - 10:30 am

However, Professor will be in Room 408 so that those
People who wish to put their project together, Binding, Sewing, gluing, etc, can get some assistance from the Professor.

 

 

Mon. 12-16

Final exam day--- Mon. Dec. 16th-- 8am - 10aM

Do not be late:
Quiz 2 starts at 8:15 am.
DOORS will be closed and locked after that.
No acceptions.

The following should be submitted on this day:

  1. Submit a CD or USB of High resolution PDF or PDF's of all your work from class.
    (Make sure your fonts are outlined before making PDFs)
  2. Printed version of your paper sample project.
  3. If you have not already done so, a printed version of your Infograph and the brochure.

NO working in class

This is the last class to submit your work.