Author Archives: Sulaiman Ambusaidi

Final Reflection: Sulaiman Ambusaidi

  I am comparing my menu design with Kim Conway’s menu. Kim’s menu is very well organized and it is well balanced. When I saw it the first time, my eyes started to scan from the top to the bottom. … Continue reading

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Menu Design: Sulaiman Ambusaidi

This is a good example of using hierarchy in a menu design. I noticed in this menu they used weight, color and different fonts to convey the hierarchy of the menu. This is a very good way to make the … Continue reading

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Alphabet Design Proposal: Sulaiman Ambusaidi

My alphabet design is going to be about chemistry. For this design, I got inspired by a poem called “Cool Chemistry.” Cool Chemistry ’Round a tiny scratch of earth frosty crystals find their birth A molecule, then two, then three … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy: Sulaiman Ambusaidi

This book was written in 1649 by Matthias Friedrich Beck and translated by Jakob Koppmayer. I found this book interesting because it has three different languages. These languages will inspire me to make my type anatomy because they all have different … Continue reading

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Pattern Design Reflection: Sulaiman Ambusaidi

For my first pattern, I got inspired by the flowers I found in Lewson garden here in Pullman. I went to Lewson garden and I found a lot of kinds of flowers. I decided to make my pattern based on these flowers. Also, … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Sulaiman Ambusaidi

This picture is a good example to represent a point in space. I found this pin in my apartment and I hang it in the wall to represent the point. I found that the wall can be a free space … Continue reading

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Texture: Sulaiman Ambusaidi

This picture I took while I was walking to my apartment. I found this as an interesting example of a pattern design. This pattern follows some of the examples that I have read in the book “Graphic Design: The New … Continue reading

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