- Discuss with your partner 3 things you do not want to put online about yourself to avoid creepy stalkers...
- House Keeping: Desktop Shortcuts...
- Watch Supersize it... (If you already watched it, watch it AGAIN!)
- With your partner, brainstorm a list of at least 5 things you could create on the computer that would be improved by using the "supersize it" technique. Write this somewhere! Like on a doc or something...
- Finish or fix your 3 Slide Masterpiece.
- Read this whole article. I've added highlights, but read the whole thing... it's not that long. Discuss the two highlighted sentences with your partner. How does it differ from what you've been taught previously?
- If you didn't do it already - Intro to Illustrator (Follow Along and do what I do in Illustrator! It is on your desktop!)
- Read this... twice: Become a Master Designer: Part 1: Limit your Fonts
- Type Rules (video)
- Typography in Illustrator (also works in Photoshop) (Follow Along and do what I do!) - font list
-  You will learn & apply problem solving skills related to computer, application and network problems (FLEXIBILITY & ADAPTABILITY).
-  You will use online resources, such as the agenda, wiki, and videos, to guide & initiate your work (INITIATIVE AND SELF-DIRECTION).
-  Your work will remain focused on the tasks at hand and try to solve your own problems with the online resources and your seat partner (PRODUCTIVITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY).
-  You will use observations of examples of effective and ineffective design to develop strategies to improve communication, sustainability, and useability.
-  You will use the relationship between color, typography, layout, and tone to design for a specific audience and purpose.
-  You will employ good typography and color theory to design for impact and readability.
-  You will create and deliver an effective presentation, using Show & Tell techniques, such as the Pecha Kucha method.
-  You will participate regularly in an online social environment for the purpose of professional and academic growth.