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Final Reflection: Katrina Bittner

When looking at my classmates menu designs, I had a hard time deciding which one I wanted to compare to my own. I noticed some menu designs had similarities to mine in color, overall theme, and hierarchy- so I decided … Continue reading

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Menu Design: Katrina Bittner

The menu that I chose to write about is for The Alembic in San Francisco, CA designed by nothing : something. I chose this menu because I like how it features various different fonts that draw attention to different parts … Continue reading

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Alphabet Design Proposal: Katrina Bittner

For this assignment I found myself looking for inspiration in the strangest places. It was not until I received my monthly makeup subscription from Ipsy, that I got the inspiration to create an alphabet out of lip stick and lip glosses! … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy: Katrina Bittner

I have always loved calligraphy and manuscripts. It is amazing how symmetrical, and balanced the typeface that someone creates can be. When looking at all the different texts available to us in the library, I noticed that most of the … Continue reading

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Pattern Design Reflection: Katrina Bittner

I was extremely excited when we were given the prompt for this project. I instantly knew that I wanted to create a pattern that was meaningful to me, and that I could put more into than just the minimum. I … Continue reading

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Katrina Bittner: CDSC- Creative Commons Workshop Extra Credit Write Up

The creative commons workshop was a very valuable and interesting workshop that helped refresh me on my knowledge of copyright laws. This workshop relates to our class because when you are creating a website, you must understand where your images/ videos/ creative … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Katrina Bittner

  As a previous art student, I have studied and created points, lines, and planes frequently. All three can be found together and separately, and are easily found in everyday life. We often used them to draw three dimensional figures … Continue reading

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Texture: Katrina Bittner

For this assignment I found myself looking at everything in my room differently. There are so many different textures and patterns that I had never noticed before. When I think of texture, I think of how something feels. How even … Continue reading

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