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The Cluster of Units
Feel free to ask questions throughout class and to slow me down at any time. It is important that you view the instructions on the overhead first and then try them out yourself.
The Cluster of Units
This class is called Online Cluster. It basically covers 4 units of competency that will be delivered online with the 1 hour of contact every Friday from 4-5pm. Most od the content is based on worksheets that you can download, complete and upload to MyKangan.
The unit will be clustered in one unit on MyKangan.
The Head element is different to the heading tag in HTML! Be sure not to get them mixed up. At this point it is interesting to notice that the terminology used to describe a HTML document is like the terminology of a human: Head and Body.
CSS is an integral aspect of the styling in HTML. Follow the in class instructions and the text on CSS on W3Schools.com.
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Fruity Design – This is great for a menu, very appetizing thumbnails – found at: WeddingPhotography.com
I Want You – Emily Strange, The lovable Emily Strange came to life in 1991, designed by Nathan Carrico for Santa Cruz Skateboards. She is referred to as a counterculture icon. I would just call her a sceptic. Image found at: Kollectable Kaos
Photo by clarita on www.morguefile.com
The Face by drfranken found on ChromoArt.de
Typographic with Colours and Photos – The use of large numbers is effective and the low opacity of the boxes works, personally, I find it looks a bit dated- found at: JuxtaPost.com
Layers in Photoshop are like a Collage of images stuck on top of each other…
Illustration by Gary Neill found on P.A.P.-Blog – http://garyneill.com/ http://garyneill.tumblr.com/
Swiss travel poster from 1934 by Herbert Matter – Source: http://swisstype.wordpress.com/work/
The Glossy Reflection is transparent on top and gets whiter towards the bottom.
Photo by matthewbridges on morgueFile.com
Concept for Gallery Screnshot
Screenshot of Endless Alphabet 2, courtesy of AppsPlayground.com
The gentle curve of the river and the light green tones of the grass give this image a calming feel. The montains and the clouds have a less calming effect. Image: courtesy of Icon Photography School – http://www.photographyicon.com/line/
This is a template for a business website found at TemplateMonster. It is interesting in the sense that it breaks up the main image as part of the navigation. The sound it comes with is annoying.
Steel Curves, Image: courtesy of flickr.com, photographer: Margeois.
Some of us have there most enjoyable moments in nature at the beach, Photo by rivediamoci on morgueFiles
The underlined text and insertion point at end of the word indicates that you are still in the type mode.
The swirls in the image are made up of numerous lines. Courtesy of: www.openprocessing.org
Illustration: Jamie McKelvie – Art Brut Record
Illustration: Tavis Coburn – Illustration for for an article predicting trends in Apple’s mobile strategy. Found on: TavisCoburn.com
Lines and Gradients- Courtesy of: psdtuts+
Finding the Right Candidate for a Job… – Photo AdamRiley from www.projectnoah.org
He loves OHS! – Photo by Karpati Gabor on morgueFile
Vertical lines of a dark fence, image courtesy of p.ic – Photo Internet Collection – www.photoic.wordpress.com, photographer: Federico Viola
Image Source: www.photoshopessentials.com
Illustration by Jessie Ford, found on DzineBlog.com
Multimedia Production Cycle – This image is under the Creative Common Agreement, you can use it but will need to reference this site: www.classoffederico.wordpress.com
Photo by ariadna on morgueFile
Photo by Seemann on morgueFile.com
Courtesy of The Art of Mass Effect Universe’, 2012