Wednesday, 20 October 2010
Tuesday, 19 October 2010
what iVe learnt from this... the way you present your final product in photographs and on displays has a major impact on how you visualise it i went for these hand drawn illustrations as i wanted to keep it close to the greggs tea room rebrand in the end ive decided not to use these illustrations as on packaging i dont thin they look corporate enough for what i want to produce.
*TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION STOCK CHOICE FOR PACKAGING.
*HOW CAN PACKAGING INTERACT WITH EACH OTHER.
These were my wrap it up designs i chose to illustrate them to see how the process woud turn out when printing them i had my main difficulty when tring to print on the parcel paper and to be fair the black didnt turn out as deep as i would have chosen as it isnt a cmyk colour i will keep this in mind when i next do a design. the paper used wasnt the best for packaging also card is much better maybe if i wanted this colour i could try alternative ways such as print the colour or mount onto card afterwards. i enjoyed working with hand drawn type and maybe when i improve my photoshop skills i will be able to brighten the colours making them far more vibrant.
Saturday, 16 October 2010
Thursday, 14 October 2010
Type workshop i wasnt really looking forward to if i was honest but the way it was taught like the type had personality and tone of voice made me look at it differently. I enjyed working with hiearachy of type which my expamples are below and this was about how you can control where you want the reader to look and read first i like learning about pyschology of design and how we can change what people thin or do! Fitting text into a grid and columns wasnt my favpurite thing but expereimenting with leading and pt size will be usefull to me in the future.