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Tavia Woolley
Contact
Tavia Woolley
Phone: 507-319-4584
Address: 649 S. 2nd W.
Rexburg, ID 83440
Blog: http://taviawoolleycomm130.wordpress.com/
Event Ad
Photo Design
Montage
Logos
Brochure
Web page
Business Card
Stationery
Flier
Table of contents
Event Ad
Programed Used: Word
Date: May 17, 2014
Course: Visual Media section 3
Instructor: Brother Kerr
Objective: The objective was to scan a full bleed image, and create an event
ad only using Word.
Process: For this project we were told to use Word. I started out by clicking
on the image icon and pasting my scanned image onto the page. Then using
the corner drag tool and expanding it so that it took up the entire page. After
ftting it to the page I used text box and color tool to make my text white and
aligned correctly.

Family Bake Sale
August 17
th

7:00pm
Come help raise money for the
incredible women in our lives, at
Portner Park. The proceeds from
the bake sale will be going towards
a mothers get away.
Does your mom
need a break?
For more information on the event:
familybakesaleformom@gmail.com


Photo Design
Program Used: Photoshop
Date:May 25, 2014
Course: Visual Media section 3
Instructor: Brother Kerr
Objective: To recieve a basic understanding of photography, color schemes,
and how to properly use Photoshop.
Process: I used Photoshop when creating my design. I used selective color to
help enhance the colors I wanted, and change the colors I didn’t want. By using
this tool I was able to keep to my color scheme. I also used the vibrancy tool
to make the colors stronger. From there I used text boxes and the circle tool to
help create my color boxes and quote.
Program Used: Photoshop
Date:May 31, 2014
Course: Visual Media section 3
Instructor: Brother Kerr
Objective: The objective of this project was to learn how to blend two images
together using masks, displaying a greater understanding of Photoshop.
Process: For this project I used Photoshop. I started by opening up different
tabs with my fve different pictures. I then used the lasso tool, and selecting
the portion of the Indian girl that I wanted. I used a feathered edge so that the
difference wouldn’t be so stark. I then transported this picture onto my space
picture. I used the adjustment tool and paintbrush to give her a faded blended
look. From there I used the lasso tool again cutting away the part of the space
picture I didn’t want so that it would ft into the TV screen. From there I
used the lasso tool again cropping out the man, woman, and TV screen from
its original design and placing it on to my sunfower background. I used the
paintbrush to help fx any little issues throughout the project.
Montage
Logos
Program Used: Illustrator
Date: June 8, 2014
Course: Visual Media section 3
Instructor: Brother Kerr
Objective: The objective was to create three completely different, original logos
to ft a company of my choice that would be appealing to an audience by only
using Illustrator.
Process: I took an S using the type tool and made it into an object that I could
manipulate. I then used a circle for the head by using the shape tool. I then
created a line and used the anchor tool to make the line bend. From there I used
the pen tool to help create the back feathers and the beak. I used this similar
technique for each of my designs.
Swan Lake Country Club
Brochure
Program Used: Photoshop and InDesign
Date: July 13th, 2014
Course: Visual Media section 3
Instructor: Brother Kerr
Objective: To recieve a basic understanding of how to create a two sided
folded document, as well as using quality images in which to text wrap.
Process: I started out in Photoshop where I created my logo. I created my logo
by using the circle tool and the square tool. After making my logo I transferred
it to my brochure. I created a tri-fold brochure by measuring out my paper and
dividing it into three even rectangles. Once I had my spacing correct, I went
back into Photoshop to crop my doughnut photos, and use the lasso tool to
make sure they were perfect for text wrapping. I then wrote up my 250 word
paragraphs which I copied from Word and placed into my Indesign document. I
then created paragraph styles for both the Headers and the paragraphs.
Where to
Get More
Information
National Doughnut day has
become a day of celebration
for doughnut lovers across the nation.
On June sixth, bakeries start up their
doughnut makers and get to work on the
delicious treat. These sweet indulgences
come in many diferent styles and tastes.
Glazed, Old-Fashioned, Cake, Yeast,
Cruller, French, Twist, Jelly, Cream-flled,
Boston Crème, Long Johns, Apple Friters,
Dutchie, Beavertail, Cider, Potato, Sour
cream, Doughnut holes, and
Beignut are only a few
of the many delicious
doughnuts that
exist.
Kinds of
Doughnuts
Check out National Doughnut Day on
Facebook, Instagram, and Twiter.
Visit National Doughnut Day US:
htp://donutdayusa.com/
Take a look at all the
diferent kind of
doughnuts: htp://sweets.
seriouseats.com/2012/02/
doughnut-style-guide-
defnition--cake-yeast-old-
fashioned-cruller.html
Where It All
Began
Dutch setlers were the frst to bring the
scrumptious dessert to the new world. The
name “doughnut” came from the treats
original cooking technique. In order to make
sure that the center of the doughnut was
cooked thoroughly, they placed a nut in the
center of the dough. Though doughnuts
were created years before, it wasn’t unit
1920 that Adolph Levit created the frst
doughnut machine in New York City. Levit’s
doughnuts had become so popular that his
fans encouraged him to create a machine to
produce them faster. Soon this sweet fufy
pastry became a household favorite.
Where to Buy the Best
Doughnuts
According to thrillist.com the 21 best
doughnut shops can be found all across the
country. One of the most unique doughnuts
can be found at Gourdough’s a restaurant in
Austin Texas. Gourdough’s is best known for
their “Mother Clucker” doughnut, a plane
donut piled with fried chicken, honey buter,
maple-icing, and bacon. Another exciting
doughnut favor is Root Beer Float which can
be found at Glazed and Confuzed in Denver
Colorado. The Root Beer Float doughnut is
flled with vanilla custard with a root beer
glaze. Out of all the
doughnuts on the list
the most common top
rated doughnut favor
is crème brûlée.
#Delicious
Web Page
Program Used: CSS and HTML
Date:June 28, 2014
Course: Visual Media section 3
Instructor: Brother Kerr
Objective: The objective was to create a web page using knowledge of CSS
and HTLM. We were asked to write about the logos we created in a minimum
of 200 words.
Process: I started out by creating my logo in Photoshop, and cut it down to
make sure that it was in the perfect position so that it would display centered
when I created my webpage. I then took the CSS and HTML codes that were
provided and added a few changes to them, by changing the color, thickness,
and font size. I also went in and changed the information on the site to
information about my logo instead. I created containers and lists to create a
new format for my webpage. I added a navigation header by going into my
HTML and created a <div
Business Card
Program Used: Illsutrator and InDesign
Date:June 14, 2014
Course: Visual Media section 3
Instructor: Brother Kerr
Objective: To recieve a basic understanding of Illustrator and InDesign to
create a business card that is consistent with the individual logo.
Process: I started by using Illustrator to make my logo. I used different
sized squares to make my design. I then transferred my design into InDesign.
Where I then used a circle and text to bring together my design. I used the
color select tool to get the exact two colors I wanted. I used a different
combination of the two colors to bring variety to my design. I then used the
logo as the center of the business card. Using text that matched the style of
my logo, I created a busienss card that provided all the information needed.
T
Tread City Records
Tread City Records
Tavia Woolley
threadcityrecords@gmail.com
phone: 507.356.2356
Stationery
Program Used: Illustrator and InDesign
Date: June 15, 2014
Course: Visual Media section 3
Instructor: Brother Kerr
Objective: The objective of this is to understand how to use Illustrator and
InDesign for the purpose of creating a unique logo that is consistent with the
layout for a business card and letterhead.
Process: I started by using Illustrator to make my logo. I used different sized
squares to make my design. I then transferred my design into InDesign. Where
I then used a circle and text to bring together my design. I used the color
select tool to get the exact two colors I wanted. I used a different combination
of the two colors to bring variety to my design. I then used the logo to make
the header of the stationery. Carrying on the same style as the business card.
Thead City Records Tavia Woolley
Tavia Woolley
threadcityrecords@gmail.com
phone: 507.356.2356
Flier
Program Used: InDesign
Date:May 7, 2014
Course: Visual Media section 3
Instructor: Brother Kerr
Objective: To recieve a basic understanding of Photoshop, and review the
concept of white space. We were to edit text and use the previously provided
photo, to create an original design.
Process: I chose to redo this project, because my original design had trapped
white space. I started out my project by laying out key concepts that I had
put into my sketches. I wanted to have my fier fow. To create a fow to the
fier I used circles and rectangles. The circles which I created with the shape
tool helped me emphasis important information. I chose to redo this project
because my previous version was very crowded. I had so many ideas going on
at one time, I needed to clean up my design.
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