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Student Broadside Critique- Shannon Heric

  After reading and observing Evans broadside I get the feeling he is trying to show of futuristic and space exploration. The text is an excerpt from an article about how Elon Musk has been working to advance technology to … Continue reading

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Broadsides- Shannon Heric

Based off of Schlesinger’s essay a broadside is defined as “A sheet of paper printed on one side only, forming one large page.” There is more to a broadside other than being a large sheet of paper. Schlesinger says, it … Continue reading

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Alphabet Design, Shannon Heric

For my alphabet design I plan to use the modular method of design to define my rules for my type. I chose to do a sans serif all capitol alphabet because I am using a poem by Shel Silverstein called … Continue reading

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Typeface Anatomy- Shannon Heric

In the Black Swan movie poster the main headline type is at the bottom of the page. The red typeface goes well with the elegant and mysterious poster for the movie. The anatomy of the typeface has an even baseline … Continue reading

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Pattern Design and Color Interaction- Shannon Heric

The first pattern I chose was from society6.com called FLAMINGoS by Monika Strigel. This pattern is organic compared to geometric. The flamingos are separated at all different levels in the pattern, are tilted in different angles and are facing left … Continue reading

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Small Multiples- Shannon Heric

This is a tennis analytical data chart of a tennis match done by Damien Demaj. He is a cartographic product engineer at ESRI. In his work he has multiple ways of charting data, but in particular this graphic chart shows … Continue reading

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