Click the link below to read the design brief for this project for a T-Shirt Design that will actually be printed and sold to
spread awareness of Hypophosphatasia (HPP) and be used as a fundraiser for Soft Bones:
In this lesson, we’re going to dive into Adobe InDesign to create an invitation that will be sent to over 1,000 recipients. Design Brief
Click the link below to read the design brief for this project for the Juvenile Protective Association and Bloomingdales fashion show invitation:
Download the file below and open it in Adobe InDesign. Rather than start from scratch, we’ll use this as our starting point.
The links below feature two logo files that must end up in our project and a Google Drive folder that features a “Fashion” images for you to choose from.
Follow the steps in the tutorial linked below to create a pencil sketch effect with one of the images in the assets folder. You’ll place the image in the top left of the InDesign file.
In this unit, we’ll explore a variety of production techniques that graphic designers use in industry including: screen printing, laser engraving, and CNC output.
In this lesson, we’re going to work in small teams to put the launch cycle into practice. Find A Problem
In this lesson, we’ll examine a specific framework for “Design Thinking” that is uniquely suited for students in a K-12 environment The Launch Cycle
In this unit, we’ll explore a problem solving framework known as Design Thinking Design and Thinking
In this lesson, you’ll complete 3-5 of your classmates tutorials to examine design concepts. Tutorials
In this lesson, you’re going to use QuickTime to make a screen recording that teaches someone else the design concept that you learned in the previous lesson. QuickTime