Class Task – Print Terms 01

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In class:

In a small team research the printing method below and write your responses on a sheet of paper!  Use the text provided ‘MediaWorks – The Industry Guide’ as well as other resources (including the Internet).

Present the printing method to the others in class and take notes of the other presentations! (5 Minutes each)

Afterwards, complete the individual tasks (download the Word File)

Name:   Student ID Number:
Date: 12/02/2013

After researching printing methods in teams fill your replies in the blue boxes!  Use the text provided ‘MediaWorks – The Industry Guide’ as well as other resources (including the Internet).

Explain Offset Lithography or Lithographic Printing. Describe the process. What quantities of prints is this print method used for?
What is the benefit of Offset Lithography? What is it used for (types of jobs/products/materials)?
Find a video for Offset Lithography or Lithographic Printing on YouTube and include the link in the blue box.
Explain Screen Printing. Describe the process. What quantities of prints is this print method used for?
What is the benefit of Screen Printing? What is it used for (types of jobs/products/materials)?
Find a video for Screen Printing on YouTube and include the link in the blue box.
 
Explain Web (Offset) Printing. Describe the process. What quantities of prints is this print method used for and what type of application or product is this mostly used for?
What is the benefit of Web (Offset) Printing? What is it used for (types of jobs/products/materials)?
Find a video for Web (Offset) Printing on YouTube and include the link in the blue box.
 
Explain Flexography or Flexographic Printing. Describe the process. What quantities of prints is this print method used for?
What is the benefit of Flexography? What is it used for (types of jobs/products/materials)?
Find a video for Flexography or Flexographic Printing on YouTube and include the link in the blue box.
Explain Gravure. Describe the process. What quantities of prints is this print method used for?
What is the benefit of Gravure? What is it used for (types of jobs/products/materials)?
Find a video for Gravure on YouTube and include the link in the blue box.
Explain Digital Printing. Describe the process. What quantities of prints is this print method used for?
What is the benefit of Digital Printing? What is it used for (types of jobs/products/materials)?
Find a video for Digital Printing on YouTube and include the link in the blue box.
Keep a copy as proof of completion and upload the file to Moodle/ My Kangan.

After our introductions and being able to appreciate each others company please have a look at these links below (that can be found on KI’s Library site – http://libguides.kangan.edu.au/content.php?pid=386943&sid=3171087).

We will visit the link on typography together and look at the Prezy presentation together.

Multimedia and design links as found on the KI Library site:

 

Detailed video tutorials on Adobe programs

Enter your search terms in the YouTube search window, e.g. 3d max

The how-to magazine for everything Adobe

Support tutorials for all Adobe products

Magazine

Magazine

A blog about design.

Magazine

Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Illustrator and Flash tutorials and resources

A curated blog of design excellence – selected by designers, for designers

Online Prezi presentation on fonts or better typography

Online resource of title sequence design, spanning the film, television, conference, and videogame industries

View the complete book here as wall as clips from his films and cartoons.

As selected by Mashable

Comic Rocket indexes over 9000 web-comics. To access you need to create a free log-in or log-in with Twitter or Facebook.

Mashable covers the top social media news on topics like Facebook, YouTube, Gmail, Twitter, Amazon, Pinterest and More.

OTHER USEFUL TYPOGRAPHY LINKS:

http://www.designingwithtype.com/5

http://www.designingwithtype.com/5/ref_bibliography.php?page=jc&jc=1

http://www.designingwithtype.com/typefaces_foundries.html