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Description: This is a brochure designed to advertise the St Patrick’s Day 5k the schools puts on every year during this holiday.
Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): I used InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator to create this brochure. I by looking for brochure designs using google images. After looking over layouts I liked, I started sketching gout on paper the type of design and layout I needed for this project. After sketching out a details blue print I began design my logo.
For the logo I was able to combine the holiday and running theme into it by creating running people and a four leaf clover. After completing the logo I began creating a brochure design and layout. This took me the longest. I would design as much as I could then stop and get professional advice on how I could improve it, then I would improve on what I learned and then design some more and then ask for more advice on how I could improve my design, I followed this process until I felt it was close to what I wanted.
Message: The main is the St Patrick’s Day 5k is a great way to stay health and have fun.
Audience: Any student or Faculty who wants to run a 5k.
Top Thing Learned: After doing to graphic design projects I find myself more aware of business graphics designs in there companies, I was in Taco bell to day and without thinking I found myself analyzing their restraints logos and advertisements. I was able to see how the principles I have been learning in this class were being used by them.
The main thing I learned in this class how to organize text and titles in a flyer/brochure layout. I also was impressed with all their others students ideas on their brochures, they were a great source of inspiration for me brochure design. Furthermore I learned how to take simple theme and create a brochure out of photos and colors.
Color scheme and color names: Complementary
Title Font Name & Category: San Sarif: BlairMdITC TT
Copy Font Name & Category: Old Style: Lao Sangam MN
Word Count of copy: 278 words
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