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Image and Tech Tinkering: 3

On 14, Mar 2019 | In Motion, Teaching Portfolio, Image and Tech Tinkering, Typography | By Matthew Lemmond

Module 3: Animated Design Systems: In this assignment, students take their printed posters from Module 2 and explore how their message changes when setting their work in motion. Then, they study how their work changes when put into a real-life scenario.

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Image and Tech Tinkering: 2

On 15, Feb 2019 | In Teaching Portfolio, Image and Tech Tinkering, Typography, Print | By Matthew Lemmond

Module 2: Computational Design Systems: In this assignment, students explore making grids with Shape Grammars and rules for how their design elements will fit into the grid. Then, they test their design system by creating two very different posters with the same rules. 

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Apr
2017

In Teaching Portfolio
Typography 1
Typography
Print

By Matthew Lemmond

Typography 1: 4

On 18, Apr 2017 | In Teaching Portfolio, Typography 1, Typography, Print | By Matthew Lemmond

This assignment asked students to research two different cognitive theories and enact them with a typographic poster. Students were directed to watch three segments of the National Geographic show “Brain Games” and take notes.

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10

Feb
2017

In Teaching Portfolio
Typography 1
Typography
Print

By Matthew Lemmond

Typography 1: 2

On 10, Feb 2017 | In Teaching Portfolio, Typography 1, Typography, Print | By Matthew Lemmond

In this assignment, students explore the power of visual semantics by altering or manipulating type.

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27

Jan
2017

In Teaching Portfolio
Typography 1
Typography
Print

By Matthew Lemmond

Typography 1: 1

On 27, Jan 2017 | In Teaching Portfolio, Typography 1, Typography, Print | By Matthew Lemmond

Type as Signifier: Visual semantics deals with the use and manipulation of words (letters) to illustrate an idea, an action, or evoke some particular pictorial image. This involves the treatment and arrangement of letters in such a way as to make a word visually self-explanatory. – Paul Rand: A Designer’s Art

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