- Make a quick 3 slide presentation about one of the following: The most eventful part of your Holiday Vacation (or last weekend) // Your favorite breakfast food // or Something you thought was cool when you were 6.
- Remember, it's mostly visual. Don't worry a lot about what to say...
Note to Mr. Walters: Don't forget Standing for google!
- Introducing Classcraft
- Watch the video (if you haven't)
- Read the info below
- Sign the pact
- Fix the Pow Pow Power wheels.... Presentation
- Check out Illustrator!
- Watch this to understand when to use what - Or - watch my video Raster vs. Vector... or both if you're really cool...
- Check out Photoshop!
- Create your first Design in Photoshop (Follow Along and do what they do!)
- The files are zipped. YOU MUST UNZIP THEM TO USE THEM!!!
Canva Catch up:
- You will need to Join Canva to access these lessons (sign in with Google)
- Design Power Tip 1: Keep it simple
- Getting Started
- Design Power tip 2: Supersize it!
- Design Power tip 3: Go with the flow
- Design Power tip 4: Have a focal point and think boldly
-  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.