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Final Reflection: Lillie Williams

I wanted to create a menu design that fit the theme of Paradise Creek Brewery. When designing my menu, I thought about the observations that different groups saw when they went for a visit. I wanted to put some of … Continue reading

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Menu Design: Lillie Williams

I chose to focus on a Vietnamese restaurant’s menu in Waterloo, Australia. The restaurant is elegant and has a calm environment, pictures gave a pleasant presence. This menu does well embodying the theme of the whole restaurant. The menu’s front … Continue reading

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Alphabet Design Proposal: Lillie Williams

My source of inspiration came from poetry. The text I analyzed before making my alphabet wasn’t poetry, but I wanted to look at a different source of inspiration. I enjoy the proximity between words in poetry, the extra little spacing … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy: Lillie Williams

Ellen Lupton’s chapter, “Thinking with Type” gave an interesting idea at the beginning of the chapter. She talked about typeface having a tension of counter forces within the letters. I thought of this as a balance between different components, such … Continue reading

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Pattern Design Reflection: Lillie Williams

For this pattern design project, I decided to take my inspiration from my heritage. I was adopted from China in a small place called Lianhua (Lee-an-whoo-ah). Lianhua translated means lotus flower. Therefore, I decided to make designs that focused around … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Lillie Williams

Points, lines, and planes are what create and connect designs together. Points are the singular elements that can form a line and create the length. For example, think of a line of ants and how one ant follows the other. … Continue reading

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Texture: Lillie Williams

I explored the Washington State University campus to find my inspiration of various textures and patterns. Looking at my surroundings I kept thinking about the endless cycle that makes a pattern. The book mentions that almost any pattern is made … Continue reading

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