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Portfolio

Tifany Romrell
Tifany Romrell:
406.451.2669
tdrdancingpianos@gmail.com
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Imaging
Letterhead
Business Card
Montage
Brochure
Flier
Logos
Event Ad
Web Page
Table of Contents
Description: A composition that demonstrates my ability to edit images
and incorporate a good color scheme to go with it.
Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): One of the frst things that I did
was just to take pictures with the cameras that we could borrow from the library.
The pictures helped to fgure out what kinds of things I could do for this project
like what color scheme to go by. I chose a red, monochromatic scheme in part
because the fower is red. Some of the editing tools that I used in photoshop
were levels, saturation and vibrance. I made it so that everything was one shade
of red to keep it along with the color scheme that I chose and to make it more
interesting I played around to see if a lighter shade of letters worked better on a
darker background or vis-versa. As you can see I decided to go with the lighter
background and darker text.
Message: I wanted to make a poster that represented what the image was
about. When I was deciding on what quote I wanted of it I knew that it would
be nice if it talked about fowers and the reason why I chose the red is because it
is a color for warmth. What is better, especially for the word security, when the
color is red?
Audience: I expect that my audience will be more women than men.
With the quote along with the color it kind of gives the feeling for longing and
security which are things that women tend to gravitate more towards.
Top Thing Learned: I learned more about the kind of tools that are in
Photoshop.
Color scheme and color names: Monochromatic-Red
Title Font Name & Category: Apple Chancery-Script
Copy Font Name & Category: Avenir-Sans Serif
Imaging
“For happiness one needs security, but joy can
sping like a flower even from the cliffs of despair.”
Anne Morrow Lindbergh
Red - Monochromatic
Description: With the use of Adobe Illustrator and InDesign I was able to
create a stationary design along with business cards to go along with them.
Process: The frst thing when I started designing this in Adobe Illustrator
and InDesign I made the basic shape of a ring. How I was able to make the basic
shape was by using the ellipse tool to make the bottom and top parts of the ring.
Then I connected them on the sides with the line tool to start giving it the shape
of a ring. Once those shapes were placed together I used the shape builder tool
to take out any unwanted lines. This is how the basic shape was made. I then
proceeded to copying the one that I made, in Illustrator, and positioning them
how I wanted them to be. I then made them a golden color with the front being
a lighter color than that of the inside of the rings. After all of this I select all of
it and went to efects and used the one called plastic wrap. This made it look
like they were more real and that you could tell that it was two separate rings.
Using the same color as the ring I made the text and the swirls that I made in
illustrator. After all of this I positioned all of it to how I thought best.
Message: The stationary and business cards are supposed to convey that it is
a place for those who are needing help with wedding arrangements.
Audience: Engaged couples that need help with preparations.
Top Thing Learned: Making a completely new logo is really hard to do
when you don’t have as much experience.
Color scheme and color names: Gold-Monochromatic
Title Font Name & Category: Snell Roundhand-Oldstyle
Copy Font Name & Category: Minion Pro-Modern
Letter Head
Description: With the use of Adobe Illustrator and InDesign I was able to
create a stationary design along with business cards to go along with them.
Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): The frst thing when I started
designing this in Adobe Illustrator and InDesign I made the basic shape of a
ring. How I was able to make the basic shape was by using the ellipse tool to
make the bottom and top parts of the ring. Then I connected them on the sides
with the line tool to start giving it the shape of a ring. Once those shapes were
placed together I used the shape builder tool to take out any unwanted lines.
This is how the basic shape was made. I then proceeded to copying the one that
I made, in Illustrator, and positioning them how I wanted them to be. I then
made them a golden color with the front being a lighter color than that of the
inside of the rings. After all of this I select all of it and went to efects and used
the one called plastic wrap. This made it look like they were more real and
that you could tell that it was two separate rings. Using the same color as the
ring I made the text and the swirls that I made in illustrator. After all of this I
positioned all of it to how I thought best.
Message: The stationary and business cards are supposed to convey that it
is a place for those who are needing help with wedding arrangements.
Audience: Engaged couples that need help with preparations.
Top Thing Learned: Making a completely new logo is really hard to do
when you don’t have as much experience.
Color scheme and color names: Gold-Monochromatic
Title Font Name & Category: Snell Roundhand-Oldstyle
Copy Font Name & Category: Minion Pro-Modern
Business Cards
Montage
Description: A montage consisting of at least two pictures that are
blended into each other as well as the use of typography.
Process: I frst found the pictures that I wanted to blend together. The
picture of outer-space I used as the main picture. There are two other pictures
that I used to blend into the main one. I placed the fower in the bottom right
corner and covered the whole thing with a picture of water with light shining
at the top. After all of this I found a quote that went with what I was thinking
about for the composition and placed it in the top left corner.
Message: What I wanted the message to be is that you should try your
hardest at what you do and that no matter how far the distance you can do it.
Audience: The audience that I was going for were those that might need a
little inspiration, those that believe that they can never make their dreams come
true.
Top Thing Learned: I learned how to blend multiple pictures together.
Filter / Colorization used and where it was applied:
With the outer-space picture I used a little bit of saturation.
Color scheme and color names: Complimentary. Orange and
blue.
Copy Font Name & Category: Garton-Oldstyle
Description: We were to create a brochure about anything, one of the
requirements being that there has to be at least one fold.
Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): First I drew a sketch of what I
had planned so that the folds were right. I then fgured out the types of pictures
that I would like to use for the brochure from Google images. From there I
placed them where I planned on in an InDesign document. To help make sure
that everything was placed correctly I copied the exact positions of the pictures
from where they were to each other. With the copied pictures I placed them in
the exact same position that they were on the frst page and then fipped the
positions of the pictures so that they were like refections. This way when it
printed everything would be on the right side. Once this was done I was able to
print it an cut out the places that I planned on.
Message: It is a place where you can adopt pets or leave them in our care.
That is why it is called Happy Pets, because it makes it into a great place for pets.
Audience: This mainly targeted young families that are just starting out or those
that are animal enthusiasts.
Top Thing Learned: It is good to make sure that placement in a project
is correct, or else the whole thing could be ruined.
Color scheme and color names: The colors were based of of the
pictures of the cat and dog on the front.
Word Count of copy: 256
Brochure
DESCRIPTION: A black and white fier that promotes a graduate
leadership conference
PROCESS: How I frst started this of was that I started some sketches.
Using these sketches I then went onto the computer to recreate the sketch that
I chose. From there I tweaked at it, using some of the tools from InDesign. I
created the circles using the shape tool, giving repetition to my composition. For
the lines I also used the shape tool. Afterward I placed the text into the design
and making it so that the text contrasted with each other which helped with the
focal point. I was given the picture, logo, and text that was to be placed in the
project.
MESSAGE: What I want this to say is that going to this conference would
be a great opportunity for recent graduates.
AUDIENCE: Recent graduates that are around 22-30 years old.
TOP THING LEARNED: I learned that it is good for a design to be
simple but still makes a point.
TITLE FONT NAME AND CATEGORY: Athelas-Oldstyle
COPY FONT NAME AND CATEGORY: Apple Symbols-Sans
Serif
Flier
Lincoln Convention Center
October 21
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Graduate
Leadership Conference
Do you want to have the competitive edge in business?
Come learn how at Vouant Communication’s annual Graduate Leadership Conference.
Vouant Communications is devoted to helping tomorrow’s leaders gain essential leadership
skills in the workplace. During this dynamic three-day seminar, attendees will meet with
top executives of Vouant Communications to discuss breakthrough leadership techniques,
while cultivating attributes of leadership that will market to any employer.
Conference is available to graduating seniors. Space is limited.
Registration and more information available at
http://www.vouantcomm.com/leaders
Description: For this project I made three variations for the same
company.
Process: How I made them all was through the use of Adobe Illustrator. For
the main shape of the treble clef I used the pen tool. After I had created the
shape I then erased parts of it so it looks like dashed lines. Usually when one
sees a dashed line it leaves it to the imagination to fgure what it is all about.
After I had made the shape I found fonts that I liked. For the text I then fgured
out what size I wanted them to be as well as there proximity to the image that I
created. After all of this I fgured out what color I wanted to use for it.
Message: This logo I created so that I might use it for a website that I have
been planning for. What I want it to say is that it is a place for people who want
to fnd their own defnition or “Interpretation” on diferent aspects of music.
Audience: Music lovers and want to fnd deeper meaning.
Top Thing Learned: Logos are a lot harder to create than what one
thinks.
Three Color Scheme and Color Names: Monochromatic. Lime
Votes on favorite logo:
Top Logo = 3 ; Middle Logo = 6; Bottom Logo = 10;
My favorite logo is the bottom one.
Logos
Music Interpret
Music
Interpret
Interpret
Music
Mu ic Interpret
Description: A colored Event Add that is supposed to promote people to
buy something.
Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): First I found an image that I
could scan. The image was then converted into a jpeg so that it could be placed
in my Word document. For the image in the document I cropped out in Word
the background of the image so that only the watch remained. I then decided on
the title and what the body text should be like, making sure that they contrasted
enough to emphasize them better. For the colors, I eye dropped some of the
colors from the images of the watch for the color of the text and the boxes.
Message: What I would like this to say is that there is a watch sale going on
and that they are higher quality.
Audience: The main audience are older men more so because the design of
the watch is that of what men wear. They are thicker and bulkier watches and
women look more for the thin and sleek kind.
Color scheme and color names: The color scheme is based of the
colors of the image of the watch itself.
Top Thing Learned: Knowing what kind of message you want is very
important for when you are designing something.
Title Font Name & Category: Wide Latin-Modern
Copy Font Name & Category: Arial-Sans Serif
Event Ad
Blowout Sale!


Watch
Saturday May 31
8am – 5pm
Porter Park

All proceeds will go to renovate the
Senior Center. If there are any
questions please go to our website at
www.seniorcare.com.
Description: We were to create a webpage, using CSS and HTML, about
our logos.
Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): I used Notebook++ to create
both the HTML and CSS fles. How I started it out was by making the HTML
fle and connecting the png fle. What I did for all of the design part was with
the CSS. For the CSS fle I fgured out what colors I wanted to use along with
what font-family to use. After I made both of them I used a validator to make
sure that they actually worked. When that was done I double checked to make
sure that it was like what I wanted it to be. After tweeking it to the way that I
thought would work I validated it as well so that I knew that it worked.
Message: I want this to show that it is about music and allow people to
interpret what they think about music.
Audience: Mainly musical people but it can be for anyone that has an
interest in music.
Top Thing Learned: Coding can be frustrating when the smallest
detail doesn’t work.
Color scheme and color hex: Triadic, #257388, #882573, #738825
Title Font Families & Category: Goudy Old Style, Old Style
Copy Font Families & Category: Century Gothic, sans serif
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