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Kiva Promotional Piece

Purpose:
Develop improved skills in producing a document using
only type, charts, and tables. Understand how to use a
grid, style sheets, and pairing typefaces.
Concept:
Kiva is an organization which provides loans to those
in underdeveloped countries who are trying to start
their own business. They provide hope. The idea was
to show hope in the design of the spread. Hope was
communicated in the clean layout and bright colors.
Programs Used:
Adobe Illustrator, InDesign

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Perspective Magazine

Purpose:
Create a magazine layout mock-up converting a 200
page multi-article publication into a several smaller more
frequent publications featuring 4-6 articles per publication.
Concept:
The book was previously pure text based but the
committee wanted photographs to liven up the articles.
This is mock up of one of the proposed publications
used so the committee could see what the magazine style
publications may look like opposed to the book.
Programs Used:
Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign

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William Morris text Layout

Purpose:
Learn how to utilize typographic grids, layout principals, and
character and paragraph style sheets.
Concept:
Show off the work of William Morris while also applying
proper spacing between section headings, quotes, images, and
footnotes.
Programs Used:
Adobe Photoshop, InDesign

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Perspective Book

Purpose:
Format multiple unformatted articles into a professional book.
Concept:
The articles inside the book were published by professors at
BYU-Idaho and the book was distributed to faculty members
yearly. This book was to be professional, consistent, and
clean. The task involved creating and utilizing advanced
character and paragraph style sheets. It also involved extensive
interaction with the print shop.
Programs Used:
Adobe InDesign

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Research Results

Purpose:
Display the results of a recent study seeking to prove two
Hypothesizes. H1: Facebook users who have been in a
relationship for less than 6 months will post affection for their
partner more than those in a relationship longer than 6 months.
H2: Facebook users under the age of 31 years old are more likely
to post affection for their partner than those over 31 years old?
Concept:
Display all the demographic qualifiers for Digital Displays of
Affection as well as both hypothesis in the same space so they
can be compared and contrasted as results are evaluated.
Programs Used:
Adobe Illustrator

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