Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video How to send feedback, part of Graphic Design for Business Professionals.
Throughout this course you might find yourself having some questions, and I want to be accessible to you when and if you do. So here are a few of the ways that you can get in touch with me on the web. If Twitter's your thing, you can find me at twitter.com/JustinSeeley or just simply send me a tweet @Justin Seeley. This is probably the easiest and fastest way to reach me at any given time. If you're more of a Facebook person, you can find my Facebook fan page at facebook.com/seeleyfb. This page allowed for private direct messages, much the same as email. So this is probably the best solution for long form questions and responses.
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Like I said, I want to be as accessible to you as possible. If you have questions, comments, or just want to say hello, feel free to reach out to me any time. Thanks for watching.
Justin breaks graphic design into an easy-to-follow acronym, PARC, or proximity, alignment, repetition, and contrast, and shows how to apply these principles to everyday design challenges. He also shows how to use the two major tools in a designer's arsenal, typography and color, to grab attention and set the appropriate mood for your documents. Then you'll work together on four different design projects that you might encounter in any office: a business card, an envelope, a flyer, and even a presentation.
- Applying the PARC system to design projects
- Selecting and setting type
- Creating a color theme
- Adding images and illustrations
- Preparing projects to be professionally printed
- Designing a slideshow, business card, or flyer