Type 1 Fall 2017

Hello Class! Please make sure to check the following links:

Assignments | Syllabus | Readings | Lectures | Questionnaire | Alerts

Alerts

 

EDM CLUB MEETINGS Coming Soon (Stay tuned).

 

HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

I expect everyone to complete each homework assignment on time. If you missed one or it's late, you will get a lower grade. But nothing is worse that not having your homework.

 

IF YOU MISSED THE FIRST WEEK

  1. Make sure I have your Garamond g' and wrote a comment on the blog Week1HW page.
  2. Make sure to scan your NameTag and upload it to the Name Tag folder on the Shared Drive.
  3. Make sure to complete the Helvetica a worksheet, scan and upload to the Helveticaa folder on the shared Drive
  4. Make sure to complete the class questionnaire.
     

Shared Drive

The shared Google Drive folder is for the class to upload final files only. Please, follow the link below and familiarize yourself with the folder structure. More links will be added later.

NameTag Folder
Helvetica a Folder
Garamond g Folder
Lettering Folder
Revival Folder

In order to upload or remove files, you must have a gmail account. If you don't currently have a gmail account, please make one even if it's only for this class. Click on the link below to create a gmail account. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.

Create a gmail account

 

Writings

Your writing homework assignment will be part of your Portfolio. Make sure you post your answers as comments on each homework assignment. In order to post a comment, make sure to be logged in to your gmail account first and don't forget to sign your name at the end.

Your comments should look something like this:

Typography is two-dimensional architecture, based on experience and imagination, and guided by rules and readability. And this is the purpose of typography: The arrangement of design elements within a given structure should allow the reader to easily focus on the message, without slowing down the speed of his reading.
—Hermann Zapf

 

Scanning

When you scan you drawings make sure you scan them at 300dpi either as grayscale or color, depending on the assignment. Please make sure to ask people in the labs for help if you need it.