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Rules for Digital Design
Transcript of Rules for Digital Design
Rules for Font
Use at least or three not more.
The secondary color use half as much of this color as your main color for smaller things.
Keep your color scheme consistent throughout your presentation.
Using dark text on a light background is best, but avoid white background.
Colors can create an emotional response for people.
Example: Red is a warm color that brings high energy and passion. Green is a cooling color that brings the sense of nurturing, healing, and unconditional love.
Everything on your page should be aligned with something. A grid is an effective tool to use to align your work
Requirements for a Multi-media Designer
Rules for Digital Design
Try to avoid placing initial caps on your lower third of the page. It will draw the reader's attention to the bottom prematurely.
Limit your number of fonts to about two or three
Avoid using similar looking fonts
Make sure the font you use is easily readable
Don't stretch a font out
Use the right font for people to keep reading
Size can be more important than you think. Use larger graphics to communicate the most important goals of the piece
Those with no formal graphic design training can improve there page layout and text compositions
Signaling visuals is one of the most powerful but simple layouts. Use one strong visual combined with a strong headline plus additional text.
Study the elements principles of graphic design that govern effective design and page layout.
It is best to visually divide your paper into thirds. Place elements in these thirds (correctly and most conveniently) for a more fascinating and appealing layout.
Make sure that graphics are good quality so the information is easily deciphered at the back of he room.
Include relevant photos and graphics such as simple charts or diagrams.
Image File Types
Cool colors tend to have a calming effect. At one end of the spectrum they are cold, impersonal, antispectic colors.
Warm colors convey emotions from simple optimism to strong violence.
Red is all about love, passion, heat, joy, power
Also see: blood red | crimson | scarlet | vermilion
Pink is sweet, nice, romantic, playful, delicate
Also see: fuchsia
Yellow is happy, joyful, cheerful, and for remembrance
Gold represents riches, extravagance, bright, traditional
Orange is energy, warmth, change, health.
Consider whether the audience can understand the information presented
most designers have ether associates or a bachelor's degree
TIFF is usually the best quality output for a digital camera. How ever, the file size is huge compared to even the best JPG setting, and the advantages may not be noticeable.
JPG is the format of choice for nearly all photographs on the web. You can achieve excellent quality even at rather high compression settings, you can also use JPG as the superior format for nearly all of your digital photos.
GIF must be an image that has less than 256 colors in it in order to make it a GIF , otherwise it will not work properly. The files will be small but they will also be perfect. DO NOT use GIF for photographic images since it can contain only 256 colors per image.
PNG is is of principal value in two applications:
1.) An image with large areas of exactly uniform color, but contains more than 256 colors.
2.) A photograph exactly without loss on the web, later generation web browsers support PNG. PNG is the only loss less format that web browsers support.
Although RAW is loss less, it is a factor of three or four smaller than TIFF files of the same image. The only problem with it is, there is a different RAW format for each manufacturer and you would have to use the manufacture's software in order to view the image.
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Serif and Sans-Serif
Serif fonts are usually easier to read in printed works than sans-serif fonts.
Times New Roman is a commonly used serif font.
Lower resolution in print makes smaller serif characters harder to read than the equivalent sans-serif characters because of their more complex shapes.
Arial is a commonly used sans-serif font.
Difference between Serif and Sans-Serif
The small decorative flourishes at the ends of the strokes in the left character are called serif.
employers expect candidates to have advanced knowledge of software programs used for illustration and video editing.
The right character does not have these decorative lines and is said to be a sans-serif font. (Sans is the French word for without.)
With technology and media constantly changing, designers need to stay current on developments in their field. Graduate certificate programs or continuing education courses in areas like 3-D animation and digital video .
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