Author Archives: Kelsie Sherman

Reflection 5/2

What has been your favorite project in this course, and why? So far, my favorite project is this digital publication one. I have a new love for interactivity and mobile design. However, I also really enjoyed the sculpture book project … Continue reading

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Process 4/30

Slowly but surely getting the interactive elements working.

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Reflection 4/30

What visual and/or verbal cues are you using to prompt usability of and engagement with the interactive feature(s) in your publication? As of now, I have arrows for images that pan and for the slide shows. However, now seeing them … Continue reading

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Process

Got a few of the overlay creator features working!

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Reflection 4/23

What magazine article, essay, or short story have you chosen for your digital publication? Why have you chosen this text to design for this medium? I have chosen to use a couple of blog entries I wrote when I was … Continue reading

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Concept Narrative

Our law report was about transit-oriented development. It was about high density living and its benefits. With this in mind, Nicole and I designed the report with minimal white space. We noticed a lot of the other groups used great … Continue reading

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Digital Publishing reading

http://blogs.adobe.com/indesigndocs/2011/02/design-decisions-for-digital-publishing-apps.html This blog gives a good general intro description of how to start out a digital publication. Some people say that the design should be portrait only because magazines are all in a portrait sizes. However, people who would use … Continue reading

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Reflection 4/18

What did you gain or learn from this collaboration with your team and with the law class? What went well, and what could be improved upon in a similar venture another time around? This project was a lot of work, … Continue reading

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Reflection 4/16

What details do you want to share about your design concept and approach in your team’s presentation to the law class today? In the process, we made a lot of changes to color choices. In the end, we chose a … Continue reading

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TOD report

TOD3 ordinance

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