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Final Reflection: Riley Cagle

For my final blog post, I chose to compare the menu designs on Sophie Stoltman and myself. Both of these menus do a good job of creating a visual hierarchy that is clear and easy for the viewer to navigate. … Continue reading

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Menu Design: Riley Cagle

This menu stands out in a number of different ways towards the menu’s hierarchy. For one, the menu headlines are the first thing that grabs the eye. It’s large size and different, bold font make the menu really stand out, … Continue reading

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Alphabet Design Proposal: Riley Cagle

For my Alphabet Design, I was inspired by by an alarm clock in my room. I realized, while getting woken up by it every morning, that every number is made up of 7 lines of the same length, making up … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy: Riley Cagle

During our visit to the Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections in the Terrell Library, many different types of sources and typefaces stood out to me as interesting. The one I want to analyze though, is this Reward Poster from the … Continue reading

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Pattern Design Reflection: Riley Cagle

The first two patterns were inspired by my love of water. I used a wave-like shape and used cool colors for both. The color choices were more blue and aqua for the first, and more greens in the second, both … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Riley Cagle

The first photo is of a strand of lights streaming across the porch of my house. This photo represents line in two separate fashions. The initial look draws your eyes down the picture to follow the lights as they get … Continue reading

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Texture – Riley Cagle

I searched for patterns as I walked through campus on my way back, but decided to wait until I got home. I wanted to search for things I see everyday and don’t really notice on a regular basis. So I … Continue reading

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