C2- Establish a visual hierarchy to define purpose and importance.
C1- 1st step is to identify your message/purpose.
C3- Contrast can help articulate your writing and purpose by focusing in what's important.
C1- Research who your audience is. Different demographics of audiences will have different wants and needs.
C2- The use of emphasis to visually describe a rhetorical situation.
C6- Repetition can be used to format for rhetorical situations by providing unity.
C7- Creative Commons great place to access and use works not under a iron clad copyright.
C4- Use balance to organize designs for a range of purposes.
C5- The use of alignment technologies can help organized and present the purpose much more clearly.
C7- Using accurate flow will help organize/ communicate the information you wish to convey to different audiences and for different purposes.
C1- You may even have to do it over and over and over again to get it right. The more drafts the better turn out.
C5- Construct a line grid for your design prior to starting the design it may help minimize drafts.
C2- Specific types of emphasis can be used for different genres
C3- Different font types can meet the needs of different genres
C6- Where and what you repeat in designs develops different formats for different genres.
C7- Different cultures may read documents or images a different way than we (western cultures) read. Meaning that we must alter the flow for different genres.
C1-Looking at others' work is a good idea to get ideas ( don't copy though). It will help a person to see what works and what doesn't in design.
C4- Good balance helps create good structure by developing flow and symmetry.
C5-The type of genre you are writing/designing for will determine what type of alignment you will want to use. Ex: Centered, left justified etc..
C1- 1st step decided what you want/ need to do with the copy
DD7- Fair use: for criticize, news, education, small portions of work.
DD7-copyright (all rights reserved)- pay to use their work; copyright last for 14 years at a time; renewals.
DD7- Creative Commons (some rights reserved) still have to credit the person in a citing, but much simpler.
I have used: Diigo, Mindmeister, Wordpress, Jing, Screencast, Glogster, Creative Commons.
Due date 1- accomplished
Due date 1- accomplished
Bullets, use of graphics, know your audience, flow, keep it simple.
List materials needed for audience
Have someone do a test run to test usability