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  • Assessment Work
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Assessment Work

Today’s class will be used for assessment work.

Assessment 1

If you had trouble getting responses from businesses please do a refined Google search including your questions with the terms print industry (or similar: Print sector, print employment, print employee, etc). Look for articles and posts about  the print industry and the employment opportunites.

Next formulate your answers to your questions based on your findings. Always state your source of information.

Assessment 2

First look up the definition for the term in question. Fill in the textbook definition, write down the source (book title, author, publisher and year or URL/web address of web page and next write your own definition. There are 47 terms to look up in total. You will need 30 correct answers for a COM.

A tipp: If you cannot find the correct term, do a Google search and include words like:

  • printing terms
  • printing terminology
  • printing industry
  • printing vocabulary

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  • Assessment Task
  • Inclass Demonstration
  • Feedback

Assessment Task

Use the W3Schools TryIt Editor and Notepad to create the home page for a website of your choice with HTML and CSS.

Content: include a

  • banner with an image and title,
  • menu with 5 menu items. The menu items need to be links. Link them to a file with the name of the menu item (it will be an incomplete link).
  • 2 sections (divs) with text content
  • 1 section with an image
  • footer with a Copyright statement including this year and your name.

The images can be sourced online. Please aim for Creative Commons images. You may use www.morguefile.com or other websites for this purpose.

Work on the assessment in class and during the week and have ready to be handed in as html file. The CSS component can be either internal or as an external CSS document.

Inclass Demonstration

We will work through the steps to create a website in HTML and CSS:

Start off with the HTML script:

We start with the DOCTYPE declaration and the HTML tags followed by the Head and Body tags:

<!DOCTYPE html>

<html>

</html>

_____

<!DOCTYPE html>

<html>

<head>

</head>

<body>

</body>

</html>

Note: Add the closing tag straight away to make sure that you do not forget it!

Add your title in the Head as well as your main meta data:

<!DOCTYPE html>

<html>

<head>

<title>Italian Food For Beginners</title>  (Add your own title here)

<meta name=”keywords” content=”italian, cooking, food, recipy, easy, beginners, step by step” />

<meta name=”description” content=”” />  (Either write your description straight away or do it later. This description will show in a Google search and it is important to write something that will be relevant to the webside/ web page. Keep it short, but make sure not to skip over important information that would get a user to visit your site!)

<meta name=”author” content=”Federico Viola” />(put your name in here!)

</head>

<body>

</body>

</html>

Now create your divs in html

It is important to sketch out your site beforehand. Write down all the dimensions for the various elements. Overall dimensions, example: width 960px x height 690px, dimensions of the banner/header, dimensions and format of the menu, dimensions of various content boxes.

Divs are basically spaces that you reserve. They are like 2D boxes that allow you to place content, either images, text, video or audio. You can give the background a colour and you can create outlines.

<!DOCTYPE html>

<html>

<head>

<title>Italian Food For Beginners</title>

<meta name=”keywords” content=”italian, cooking, food, recipy, easy, beginners, step by step” />

<meta name=”description” content=”This page has Italian recipies for beginners and more advanced chefs. Each recipy has cooking instructions, preparation time and a calorie index.” />

<meta name=”author” content=”Federico Viola” />

</head>

<body>

<div id=”wrapper”>  (This will be the div for the overall webpage. It will be like a frame for all the elements.)

<div id=”header”>

<h1>This is the header/banner</h1>

</div>  (This closes the header div.)

<div id=”container”>  (This will be the div for the menu and content divs)

<div id=”menu”>

<p>Menu</p>

</div>  (This closes the menu div.)

<div id=”content1″>

<p>Content1</p>

</div>  (This closes the content1 div.)

<div id=”content2″>

<p>Content2</p>

</div>  (This closes the content2 div.)

<div id=”content3″>

<p>Content3</p>

</div>  (This closes the content3 div.)

</div>  (This closes the container div.)

<div id=”footer”>

<p>Copyright Statement</p>

</div>  (This closes the footer div.)

</body>

</html>

Now create your CSS

You can create external CSS, in which case you will have to save the CSS file as name.css. This will allow you to change your CSS individually and it is a faster way to update websites. This is particualrly important if you use your standard CSS on  various sites. CSS is not only responsible for colours and style, but is important for standard font and layout sizes. You will need to adjust sizes for your layouts and fonts to suit mobile platforms. (You do not need to do this for the assessment though!)

<!DOCTYPE html>

<html>

<head>

<title>Italian Food For Beginners</title>

<meta name=”keywords” content=”italian, cooking, food, recipy, easy, beginners, step by step” />

<meta name=”description” content=”This page has Italian recipies for beginners and more advanced chefs. Each recipy has cooking instructions, preparation time and a calorie index.” />

<meta name=”author” content=”Federico Viola” />

<style> (opens an internal CSS style tag)

#wrapper {;}

#header{;}

#container{;}

#menu{;}

#content1{;}

#content2{;}

#content3{;}

#footer{;}

ul{list-style-type:none;}  (this is the ul tag to be used for the menu later in the body, it defines to have no bullet points)

</style>  (always make sure to close html tags)

</head>

<body>

<div id=”wrapper”>

<div id=”header”>

<h1>This is the header/banner</h1>

</div>

<div id=”container”>

<div id=”menu”>

<p>Menu</p>

</div>

<div id=”content1″>

<p>Content1</p>

</div>

<div id=”content2″>

<p>Content2</p>

</div>

<div id=”content3″>

<p>Content3</p>

</div>

</div>

<div id=”footer”>

<p>Copyright Statement</p>

</div>

</body>

</html>

Add your dimensions to the CSS

You can create external CSS, in which case you will have to save the CSS file as name.css. This will allow you to change your CSS individually and it is a faster way to update websites. This is particualrly important if you use your standard CSS on  various sites. CSS is not only responsible for colours and style, but is important for standard font and layout sizes. You will need to adjust sizes for your layouts and fonts to suit mobile platforms. (You do not need to do this for the assessment though!)

<!DOCTYPE html>

<html>

<head>

<title>Italian Food For Beginners</title>

<meta name=”keywords” content=”italian, cooking, food, recipy, easy, beginners, step by step” />

<meta name=”description” content=”This page has Italian recipies for beginners and more advanced chefs. Each recipy has cooking instructions, preparation time and a calorie index.” />

<meta name=”author” content=”Federico Viola” />

<style> (opens an internal CSS style tag)

#wrapper {width:960px;height:690px;margin:0px;}  (the site will go to the edge due to having no margin)

#header{width:960px;height:140px;margin: 10px 0px;background:#3375FF;} (the header will have 10px margins on top and bottom and no margins on the right and left, the background colour has been specified)

#container{width:960px;height:410px;}  (always make sure to use a semi-colon at the end of a CSS declaration)

#menu{width:100px;height:410px;margin-right:10px;background:#3399FF;

#content1{width:410px;height:200px;margin-right:10px;padding:5px;background:#4CCCFF;}

#content2{width:410px;height:200px;margin-right:10px;padding:5px;background:#3375FF;}

#content3{width:410px;height:410px;padding:5px;background:#0099FF;}

#footer{width:960px; height:140px;}

ul{list-style-type:none;}

</style>  (always make sure to close html tags)

</head>

<body>

<div id=”wrapper”>

<div id=”header”>

<h1>This is the header/banner</h1>

</div>

<div id=”container”>

<div id=”menu”>

<p>Menu</p>

</div>

<div id=”content1″>

<p>Content1</p>

</div>

<div id=”content2″>

<p>Content2</p>

</div>

<div id=”content3″>

<p>Content3</p>

</div>

</div>

<div id=”footer”>

<p>Copyright Statement</p>

</div>

</body>

</html>

To be continued

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  1. Sustainability Assessment
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Sustainability Assessment Task

Please check today’s entry on MyKangan for this class the Sustainability component of the Online Cluster.

Source: morgueFile, Photo by matei

Source: morgueFile, Photo by matei

Today’s online class looks at how to integrate sustainable work practice into a print business in Victoria. Use the links provided or research independently:  Greenfinder | Printers on Greenfinder |Thegreendirectory | Sustainability Victoria | SustainableBusiness.com

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Photo by Seemann on morgueFile.com

Photo by Seemann on morgueFile.com

Today we will look at:

  • Create a PDF form (upload the example on MyKangan)
  • Assessment – Portfolio of in-class work

PDF Form

Upload the file below and create form fields using Adobe Acrobat Pro. Make all blue text fields, the name and date active.

Next fill all the data in and save and upload the file to MyKangan.

Due Date: 20/9

Sample Task

Assessment – Portfolio

STEP 1: In Photoshop or Illustrator create a PDF portfolio page like the sample. Dim: 1024 px x 1645px x 150 ppi (resolution). (These dimensions are more a guideline and you can vary it if you have a different idea for your layout)

Include:

  • 6 images from previous classes and your own work
  • add descriptions of the images: what tools and techniques did you use?
  • place a banner of your own work on top
  • a title (Portfolio of Work)
  • your name
  • save the file as a Photoshop PDF or Illustrator PDF

STEP 2: Create text fields in Adobe Acrobat Pro and add descriptions to your work. The descriptions need to state what tools and functions you used.

STEP 3: Save the final PDF and upload to MyKangan.

See example of Portfolio:

Photoshop Portfolio

Photo by matthewbridges on morgueFile.com

Photo by matthewbridges on morgueFile.com

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Photo by hotblack on morgueFile.com
Photo by hotblack on morgueFile.com

Today we will look at:

  • Crop Tool
  • Image Adjustments:
    • Brightness/Contrast
    • Levels (Ctrl+L)
    • Curves (Ctrl+M)
    • Auto Tone (Shift+Ctrl+L)
    • Auto Contrast (Alt+Shift+Ctrl+L)
    • Auto Color (Shift+Ctrl+B
    • Vibrance
    • Hue/Saturation (Ctrl+U)
    • Photo Filter
    • Shadows/Highlights
  • Adjustment Layers
  • Tasks

Crop Tool

Follow the in-class instructions on how to use the Crop Tool or follow the tutorial below the image.

The crop tool works on two basic levels:

  • free-hand – simply select the crop tool (Shortcut C) [Visit Shortcutworld for more Photoshop Shortcutsand drag a window over your image. You can adjust the size of the crop selection by dragging the edges and corners. You can even rotate your crop selection (with CS4 or higher).
    Hit Enter to complete the crop action and accept the new size.
  • key in dimensions – after activating the crop tool enter the width: 500 (in px for web), the height: 600 (in px) and the resolution: 150 (72 is suitable for web)- the values need to be entered in the options bar (also called properties bar). See image below as an example. Next drag the crop window and press enter to except the change.
    Note that the window is restricted in its scale.
See the dimensions of the Crop Tool: 450px x 400px with 72ppi resolution.
See the dimensions of the Crop Tool: 450px x 400px with 72ppi resolution.

Cropping and Straightening Images in Photoshop Essentials

Cropping Tool in Photoshop Essentials

Brightness/Contrast

Follow the in-class demonstration. A nice and basic function, it allows you to change the brightness and correct the contrast. Move the slider to change the values.

Image>Adjustments>Brightness/Contrast

Tick and untick the Preview box to observe the changes before accepting it.

Use the sliders. It is self explanatory.
Use the sliders. It is self explanatory.

Levels

With the Levels function you can adjust problems with tone (eg a photo that is very grey and does not show enough dark and light aspects) or colour related problems (eg too much blue).

The Short Cut: Ctrl+L (Cmd+L) or use: Image>Adjustments>Levels

Overview: follow my in-class introduction to how to use the Levels in simple steps. Use the attached photo by Matthew Bridges of the old house at a lake.

Photo by matthewbridges on morgueFile.com
Photo by matthewbridges on morgueFile.com
Image>Adjustments>Level
Image>Adjustments>Level

The easiest and most basic way to apply the Levels function is by moving the sliders for the highlight (white) and shadows (black) below the graph of the input levels inwards. Moving the highlight will brighten the image up and moving the shadow will darken the shadows.

This is a good basic function to start of with and it is useful for the majority of your photos, may they be basic shots or more sophisticated and at higher resolution.

Follow this tutorial to learn how to use the Level Adjustment more detailed and how to create an Adjustment Layer:

Fix Tone and Color with Levels in Photoshop – Photoshop Essentials

Improving Image Tone With Levels In Photoshop – Photoshop Essentials

Curves

Follow the in-class demonstration (shortcut: Ctrl+M or: Image>Adjustments>Curves). The Curves function is similar to the Level function, but the graph is a lot more visual and intuitive. You can manipulate it with your mouse.  See image:

Try the presets and see how it affects your image, and then manipulate the curve yourself.
Try the presets and see how it affects your image, and then manipulate the curve yourself.

Curves Tutorial on Photoshop Essentials

Auto Tone

The short cut is Shift+Ctrl+L (or: Image>Auto Tone). Follow the in-class demonstration. The Auto Tone function readjusts tonal settings in your image and in most cases this results in a crisper image with the click of a button. The Auto Tone option looks for the darkest and lightest points in an image and resets them to pure white and black, resulting in clearer tones.

Because  Auto Tone adjusts each color channel individually, it may remove color or introduce color casts.

Auto Contrast

Follow the in-class demonstration.

The short cut is Alt+Shift+Ctrl+L  (or: Image>Auto Contrast). Auto Contrast adjusts image contrast automatically, at the click of a button. Unlike Auto Tone it will not affect colours. It clips the shadow and highlight values in an image and then maps the remaining lightest and darkest pixels in the image to pure white and pure black . As a result the image will have lighter highlights anf darker shadows and a crisper contrast.

Auto Color

Follow the in-class demonstration.

The short cut is Shift+Ctrl+B  (or: Image>Auto Color)

Auto Color adjusts the contrast and color of an image. It is able to search images for shadows, midtones, and highlights. It then neutralizes the midtones using a target color of RGB 128 grey and clips the shadow and highlight pixels by 0.5%. Personally, and from experience it effects images less and Auto Contrast and Auto Tone bring more convincing changes in image quality.

Vibrance

Follow the in-class demonstration. Click: Image>Adjustments>Vibrance

As the name suggests this function will help you making a photo look more vibrant. Colours can be shown more intensely with higher saturation. It is easy to grasp this function, simply move the sliders to the right to increase vibrance or move them to the left to decrease vibrance.

Based on a photo by delboysafa from morgueFile.com
Based on a photo by delboysafa from morgueFile.com

Hue/Saturation

Follow the in-class demonstration.  (Ctrl+U or Image>Adjustments>Hue/Saturation)

Using Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer with a mask showing the original (yellow) below.
Using Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer with a mask showing the original (yellow) below.

Photo Filter

Photo Filter
Photo Filter

Follow the in-class demonstration. Press: Image>Adjustments>Photo Filter.

One of the best image adjustment options, you can select from a set of preset filters: use a warming filter to create a lighting sense that you would encounter indoors, in autumn (fall) or during a sunset when there are more yellow, orange and red colours around. Use a cool filter to create a typical outdoor setting or a winter atmosphere. You can tick the Color box and select your own colour or select a colour from the image itself (simply click on the part of the image).

You can also change the amount of density, more density results in a stronger impact of your filter. Find a level that you like – try to be more conservative and chose a little less density than you like for a print).

Shadows/Highlights

Follow the in-class demonstration. Click: Image>Adjustments>Shadows/Highlights.

With the shadows and highlights you can easily lighten up an underexposed, dark image. Use the functions sparsely to not overdo the changes, which can easily create an unrealistic look. The image shows the changes on a dark photo.

Based on photo by o0o0xmods0o0o from morgueFile.com
Based on photo by o0o0xmods0o0o from morgueFile.com

Use an Adjustment Layer

All the image adjustments that we have looked at above can be done directly to an image or in from of an adjustment layer. It is far better to create an adjustment layer, this allows you to create changes in form of a layer. You can always delete or hide the layer and your original image remains unaffected.

How do you create an adjustment layer?

With your original layer selected click on the Create a new fill or adjustment layer button and select what type of adjustment layer you want to create. Next do all the adjustments to it.

Alternatively you just click on the Adjustments tab and select the Adjustment Layer that you want to create.

(See image)

Create an Adjustment Layer
Create an Adjustment Layer

Task in Class

Perform these two tasks to show that you understood today’s class ( If you have missed this class you need to do this!!!)

  1. Use the image by Matthew Bridges (or select an alternative image). Use the crop tool and resize to 500px x 600px at 150ppi (resolution). Apply 6 different image adjustment layers and mask them off in strips (see examples of student work). Add titles to your strips.  E-mail the file to me as a PNG (not PSD) and keep a copy for yourself.
  2. In your second task I would like you to use Matthew Bridges’ image only. The photo is very grey and it looks foggy. I would like you to improve the image using any of the image adjustment functions that you have learnt about. When you are happy with the improved image e-mail me a PNG version of it (no need to crop the image).
    Create a before and after version of the image.

Student Submissions:

Work by Benan Ü
Work by Benan Ü
Work by Michael T
Work by Michael T
Work by Tristan S
Work by Tristan S
Work by Vlad K
Work by Vlad K
Work by Jo W
Work by Jo W
Work by Justin A
Work by Justin A

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Content:

  1. Bullying and RSI
  2. Assessment
  3. Feedback

Photo by Alvimann on morgueFile.com

Photo by Alvimann on morgueFile.com

Bullying and RSI

Today’s online class covers Bullying and RSI. It is the last OHS task!

Use the links provided or research independently:  Preventing and Managing Bullying at Work | Workplace Info |OHS Reps@Work

Please complete the attached file and upload it at MyKangan.

Complete the Assessment

Assessment – OHS 2 – Bullying and RSI

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Today we will look at:

  • Custom Shape Tool
  • Layer Blending Options
  • Today’s Task

Custom Shape Tool

The Custom Shape Tool allows you to draw custom shapes. These are actually vector graphics, which is uncommon in Photoshop.

Custom Shapes and Custom Shape Icon
Custom Shapes and Custom Shape Icon

The Custom Shape Tool can be activated with the U shortcut and by scrolling through the shape tool options using Shift+U until the custom shape tool appears. Load all custom shapes in the options (in CS6 click on the cog or in earlier versions click on the arrow). Use any of the shapes that you like. I opted for the dog and the cat with a rounded rectangle in the background.

Draw shapes by dragging the cursor. Hold shift to keep the proportion.

Layer Blending Options

Double click around the name of the layer.
Double click around the name of the layer.

Activate the Layer Blending Options by double clicking next to the name of a layer (in the Layer Palette) in the high-lighted area (not the thumbnail). In class I will give an introduction to the various options. I want you to focus on the Stroke option. Click on the word (not just the tickbox) and change the colour of the outline.

Vary your line thickness on the different shapes.

Next click on the words Blending Options: Custom and reduce the Fill Opacity to 0%
Next click on the words Blending Options: Custom and reduce the Fill Opacity to 0%

Next click on the words Blending Options: Custom and reduce the Fill Opacity to 0% and vary the Fill Opacity with the different shapes.

Today’s Task

Create an image with shapes that have outlines and no or low Fill Opacity.

Suggested dimensions:

Web Preset, 800px(width) x 600px (height) 72ppi (resolution). Save your work for on-screen viewing, as JPEG or PNG.custom shapes 02

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Today’s Class

  • Assessment 1
  • Assessment 2
  • Feedback

Assessment 1

You will need to complete your questionnaire in today’s class. Have a minimum of 10 questions listed.

The assessment is due next week, so if you could contact businesses asap, either over the phone, in person or by email. If you have any difficulties please speak to me.

Please send more than one e-mail out. You cannot expect everyone to reply to your email.

Your Email:

Make sure to use a professional email address. I would prefer if you would use your Kangan student e-mail, but if you use a Gmail or Hotmail account please ensure that it just has your name in the email address and not the name of your favourite song.

Below is an example of the text you may use in your email:

To Whom It May Concern,

I am currently studying a Cert IV in PGA (Print and Graphic Arts) at Kangan Institute.

I need to research employment opportunities in your industry and was hoping that you could help me with your expertise. Would you be so kind to answer the questions below? There is also an attached document with the questions.

Kind regards,

Name: First and Surname

Email: your email address

Phone: your phone contact number (in case that they have a question)

Report:

You will need to write a report (Task 4). Make sure to write what your findings are, what you learnt from the responses and if there is anything that surprised you. You can make some comparisons between responses and businesses.

Assessment 2

Assessment 2 Multimedia Industry is called a research diary. You need to research and answer all the questions on 8 pages. You will need to supply your own definition, a researched definition, an image and a video. All found material needs to be referenced. See attachment.

Note: Sometimes a video might not help in understanding the term (eg Adobe DreamWeaver). In that case you can write n/a.

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  1. Communication Skills
  2. Assessment
  3. Feedback

Why Communications Skills Are So Important?

Your online units cover 4 different topics:

  • Team Effectiveness
  • Communication Skills
  • Environmental Sustainability in the Workplace
  • Maintain a Safe Work Environment (OHS)

Today we will focus on the aspect of Communication Skills.

Photo by mcconnors on morgueFile

Photo by mcconnors on morgueFile

Read Introduction to Communication Skills

Think about the questions below while reading the post Introduction to Communication Skills on MindTools.com. Think about these questions:

  • What are the elements or steps of the communication process (look at the diagram at Introduction to Communication Skills)?
  • What are 5 typical communication barriers or what goes wrong when two parties fail to communicate?
  • When and with  whom do you communicate well (think in terms of family, friends)?
  • When and with whom do you communicate poorly with?
  • What steps can be taken by a sender or source to ensure the best possible outcome?
  • What steps can be taken by a receiver to ensure the best possible outcome?

Are you a Good Communicator?

Do the MindTools online Communication Quiz.

Complete the Assessment

Assessment Communication Skills

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Today’s Class

  • CSS Styling Fonts
  • HTML Tables
  • CSS Styling Tables
  • HTML Lists
  • CSS Styling Lists
  • HTML Blocks
  • HTML Layout
  • Homework
  • Feedback

CSS Styling Fonts

Use the supplied links to follow the instructions on W3Schools: http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_font.asp.

HTML Tables

Use the supplied links to follow the instructions on W3Schools: http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_tables.asp.

CSS Styling Tables

Use the supplied links to follow the instructions on W3Schools: http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_table.asp.

HTML Lists

Use the supplied links to follow the instructions on W3Schools: http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_lists.asp.

CSS Styling Lists

Use the supplied links to follow the instructions on W3Schools: http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_list.asp.

HTML Blocks

Use the supplied links to follow the instructions on W3Schools: http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_blocks.asp.

HTML Layout

Use the supplied links to follow the instructions on W3Schools: http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_layout.asp.

Homework

Please look at this W3Schools example: Basic website created with div elements and change it to create a simple text based website for yourself. Call it something like ‘My first website’, supply a menu with menu items (about me, portfolio, etc) and change dimensions and colours. Add more divs to the HTML.

Save your final work with Notepad as a HTML file and bring to next class!

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