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Pattern Design and Color Interaction

The first pattern is geometric because there is an obvious pattern that repeats itself throughout the frame. A person does not have to deeply search to find the pattern because it is made up with simple lines forming shapes. There are lines … Continue reading

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Student Broadside Critique – Hannah Croskrey

This text is very heartwarming and thought provoking. There is a simple yet complex story being told of a lifelong friendship built on helping one another. The tree helps the boy and the boy makes the tree happy by taking … Continue reading

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Broadsides – Hannah Croskrey

This broadside would fall into the category of Integrating Display Type. The text is all fairly easy to read especially “food” and “don’t waste it.” These two parts of the broadside appear to be the most important and strive to get … Continue reading

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Alphabet Design – Hannah Croskrey

My alphabet design follows a materials-based method as well as a modular method. I am using thread wrapped around nails that are nailed into a board. The nails are in a sort of grid that creates the modular part of … Continue reading

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Typeface Anatomy – Hannah Croskrey

This is a magazine cover for Better Homes and Gardens. I chose a Christmas issue because I love Christmas and am super excited for it although it is a ways away. I thought that the use of type on this … Continue reading

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Small Multiples – Hannah Croskrey

After reading Edward Tufte’s text about small multiples I found this infographic, Sugargram, explaining how much sugar there is in certain things we consume. All throughout this visual we see words, numbers, and graphics. These all seem to bring some … Continue reading

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