Adobe XD is similar to Illustrator in which it uses shapes to create an end product. Although for XD, it is mainly used to create wireframes and prototype them to see how they would operate on an application or website.
While using Adobe XD, we learned how to make a website with a YouTube tutorial, this is my end product. Personally, I had more enjoyment designing the app, but this was an interesting creation as the design was a lot more complex.
The tutorial for the website was little fast paced so there was a lot of pausing that took place. Other than that this tutorial was overall very well done.
We also used Adobe XD to make an app home page and two additional screens. I enjoyed this one the most as it was very easy nofollow while still possessing the most flexibility. It combined the use of design and prototyping which I especially enjoyed. This made me ponder the option of creating my own app one day.
The tutorial for the app very well done. The pacing on the tutorial was amazing, not too slow and not too fast. It was very easy to follow and the step by step process was segmented well. Although the pacing may be slow to someone already familiar with illustrator, but this is null and void in my review as using illustrator before personally, I still felt it was useful.
My review of the app is similar to those online. On commonsensemedia the review was similar. But besides these minor setbacks, I feel this is a very good app combining cardio and charity, what more would you want?
This is Andrea Pippins, she is an artist who likes to engineer her artwork towards what she wants to envision, whether it be change or celebration. Her work is mainly digital art which uses vibrant colors to tie into her style. She has incorporated this into creating cover art for authors books, like pictured in the this photo. She as also written books of her own, named "Who Will You Be?", "Becoming Me", "We Inspired Me" respectively.
Andrea is an author and has wrote three books.
To start my logo, I took to researching all types of designs of chickens to find an idea of what a cartoonish chicken would look like. I made this the basis of each of my logos. Once I found a style that I liked I was able to go beyond the research and decide the structure of the logo itself. Whether it be the shape of the background or the placement of the text, I was working to engineer a top tier logo.
Poultry Palace is the place to find all types of chicken related meals. It could be considered a fast food place as the franchises would be equipped with a drive through. The types of meals we would serve would be a luxury chicken sandwich, with the option to be spicy. Another staple meal would be chicken nuggets. Although this is where Poultry Palace will be unique, it will provide the option to multiple fried variations of chickens like standard fried chicken, drumsticks, and wings. There would also be the option to have boneless wings as well. All meals will come with a side of fries or sweet potato fries, and drinks will be standard. The target audience of Poultry Palace is to all chicken enjoyers out there. It provides almost every variation of chicken possible thus providing options for people who may prefer one over the other.
I love how the background matches so well with the centerpiece of the logo, it really feels professional. I also like how the warped design on the text makes it feel a part of the background. I learned that I like Illustrator a lot more than photoshop. I also learned that warping text is really helpful in encapsulating a design.
Ruby Bridges Day remarks the history of her first walk into school on November 17th, 1960. This day is significant as it helps inspire others to stand up and go against racism and all forms of oppression.
The famous painting of Ruby Bridges was painted by Norman Rockwell. The title of the painting was "The Problem We All Live With". The process of this painting is significant as Norman as a white man was able to show the image of this sad scene of what this little girl has to go through everyday. This publicity would help show what happens to Ruby and all other African Americans is unjust and helped the actions of others to protest this wrongdoing.
Logos can come in all shapes and sizes. Colors can be abstract and patterns are free flowing, but how does this all lead to success. Well the best way to make a strong logo is to have it be unique while being distinctive to the group, team, company, etc. A shape or symbol can be helpful to show what your company style replicates. For example, Adidas logo has a logo consisting of three stripes. A majority of their products now revolve around the logo for their design. Whether it be stripes across a shirt or along a shoe.
Logos are very imports to both success and appeal. It helps bring attention to a team or company. This simple graphic can help increase exposure. For example, the logo of the Boston Celtics helps attract the viewer with a cartoon picture of a leprechaun and then proceeds to the viewer possibly diving into a interest of basketball.
Hello my name is Logan. I am running this blog for my web design class for my senior year!