L A – Create a Logo

TASK: Develop a name for a dog food product. Design a logo for this product, using full colour. The logo must contain a main visual and typography. (Use the “People Saving Pets” logo as a guide – this does not mean your design should be the same, it is simply an example.) Follow each of the fundamental steps outlined above, in that sequence and take note of what needs to be handed in as you progress through these steps: Exploration – Use sketching techniques to draw thumbnails and hand in your thumbnails as scanned PDFs. Focus – Highlight three of … Continue reading L A – Create a Logo

L A – Market Your Website

TASK: Now that you have built and tested your website, I would like you to market it. Let’s say that your budget is NOK 10 000 (or 1800 $ US). Please do the following: Do some research on what advertising costs. You could for instance contact your local newspaper, print shop and other websites. Make a detailed list of how you would market your website. Remember to keep your budget in mind. What if you had double the budget? Come up with a second marketing strategy, this time with NOK 20 000 at your disposal. (3600 $ US) Come up … Continue reading L A – Market Your Website

L A – Coding Basics

TASK: Take the basic website you have designed in your previous two Learning Activities in this module (Learning Activity – Put Thought Into Your Design and Learning Activity – Planning the Structure) and convert that into HTML and CSS code.This will help you understand the importance between the design and the programming phase and how they work together.Don’t stress if you can’t get everything right, just do as much as you can. The design I made in Indesign: Here is the front page: Highlights the navigation links when you hover. I had some problems placing the Tomsø cityfalg in the … Continue reading L A – Coding Basics


Q1 TASK 1 : Name three lighting sources and their functions. KEY LIGHT: This is the main light used on your subject. This is the most important light in the studio setup. The key lights purpose is to highlight the form and dimensions of your subject. FILL LIGHT: Is a supplementary light. The purpose of this light is to fill in the shadows that are created by the key light. Fill light reduces the depth of shadows and softens the appearance of the subject. SEPARATOIN LIGHT: Is used to emphasize the subject as an entity separate from the background in an … Continue reading LA – STUDIO LIGHTING

L A – Put Thought Into Your Design

TASK: This weeks assignment was to design a 5 page website or blog to promote your hometown or any other place you like to share. The design should be presented along with a strategy that explains the decisions you’ve made during the design process. Visit Tromsø: I have chosen to promote Tromsø. This is a place I’ve always wanted to visit, so therefore it was extra fun to research and create a website about this city. Since Tromsø has spectacular scenery I have chosen to keep it in focus. If the assignment was to create more than 5 pages I … Continue reading L A – Put Thought Into Your Design