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What Is Due In Week 7...

Your Best Of CD Compilation

Homecoming Dance Poster

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Monday October 3rd  2022


Year 2 - 3 Students Design Challenge: CD Best Of Marketing Project (8 pts)



Your task is to create a "Best Of" CD collection for someone or yourself.


Grading On

  • All thumbnails for front, back and CD are completed and turned in (2 pts)

  • A burned CDR of the music of your choice (2 pts)

  • A booklet containing all songs / credits / lyric information (2 pts)

  • A back insert for the CD (1 pt)

  • A 1 page ad or sell sheet promoting the album. 8” x 11” print ad or to size

       for a device ad. (1pt)

  • (EXTRA CREDIT) A promotional item



  • Concept sketches of front / inside and back Minimum of 3 - 5 each.

  • Collect your band logos, colors etc..

  • Collect your music. Up to 80 Minutes. Need .WAV files.

  • CD disc artwork... 4.79" x 4.79" draw out an ellipse and size it to 4.79" x 4.79"

  • Remember, when setting up your final, know where the front and back are.



  • Add the compact disc logo, bar code and a record label to the back of your cd insert.

  • Print a test, cut it and place it in your CD tray before printing on cardstock.


  • Create an 11"x 8 1/2" page. Include your Front and Back CD Inserts plus your CD

       Artwork. Upload this with your ad to Focus -or- take concise photos of your front and

       back CD case and disc, size them to what is needed on one page and upload that.

  • Have your music files and CD artwork ready to burn. Give Mr. Juul your Numbered

       .WAV files and CD art (.jpeg)

  • Once your burned disc is complete, turn in your CD jewel case with thumbnails.


       If you are really stuck or these are blocked, search YouTube to mp3 Converter in Google or search mp3 to.WAV converter.

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One Page Ad

Year 2 - 3 Students Design Challenge: Homecoming Poster (3 points) (Due Friday October 7th)


​Your task is to create concepts and a final for the upcoming Tech High Homecoming Dance.


Grading On

  • All thumbnails for poster are completed and turned in (2 pts)

  • Your concept ties in with the theme asked for

  • Your design makes sense based upon the event



  • Concept sketches Minimum of 3 - 5 each.

  • Check out other Homecoming posters as reference



  • Get some feedback on your concept sketches and create the final.

  • Get some feedback on your final.

  • Print an 8 1/2" x 11" final attach thumbnails and turn in. Make sure your name is on.

  • Upload as a .PDF to Focus


  • Print an 8 1/2" x 11" final attach thumbnails and turn in. Make sure your name is on.

  • Upload as a .PDF to Focus


  • Do some internet searches - Homecoming Poster examples

Advanced Design

Monday - Friday October 3rd - 7th

Year 3 Students Project: Branding - A New Sport (project task sheet)

Your task is to create a sport of your own design. A logo, a mascot, the rules,

the uniforms, the slogan, and more. Check the examples in class

As the project is in progress... check your project task sheet linked above.


Have you...

  1. Check the final task sheet for all necessary parts of the project

  2. Collected your work on to a posterboard

  3. Free of glue marks. Stay away from hand drawn text or images directly on the poster final.

Grading On

  • Completion of all aspects of the project

  • Your attention to detail

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WIX WEB PORTFOLIO is a simple web page creator that lets you look at thousands of website templates and then save one and edit it. Remove their pictures, put in yours. Remove their text, put in yours. Changing color schemes, etc.. The best portfolio pages have a simple landing (or Splash) page, and then links to your gallery.

Design an online portfolio for yourself. Include your artwork you've designed this semester, year or so far during your time in class. Your name should figure prominently into the design.

Pages should include:

  • Index Page - Example Page - About You Page - Contact Page

*Pictures for upload must be saved JPEG, BMP, PNG or TIFF file formats.



To Access Adobe From Home

  1. Go to

  2. Sign-in in the upper right corner using your r2.d2 and password.


  4. Now, choose Creative Cloud to Download. This will put the links to Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign on your desktop. If you only need one of these or already have one or two installed, look for the individual software you need and download that.

  5. Follow directions once downloaded.


      We have a Lexmark Laser Printer (C792) which is ID'd as:


  • After you press print, a dialogue box will pop up on your screen.

  • Be sure the class printer is selected ( ET0021B7F99C6A )

  • Check the orientation of your paper is correct (Portrait or Landscape)

  • Scroll down a bit and check the SCALE TO FIT MEDIA box.

  • Press print

  • Please DO NOT Print: Work From Other Classes, Memes you Just Made And Think Are Funny But Are Not, Pages of Solid Colors, Work that has nothing to do with our class.

  • You can lose your printing privileges is this happens


Save And Upload To Focus

  • All work will be turned in using FOCUS. I will be able to grade your work, count your work and give feedback on your work using Focus. In class, turn in work using the class InBox. Final Project folders will be numbered and titled.    Make-Up work turned in past the due date will not be able to be uploaded in Focus. Use the class In Boxes


  • Grades will be entered within 1 or 2 weeks of turning in your project. Some projects will take one or two days for you to complete, some will take several weeks. Please be patient as grading is completed. Make-Up work or late work is graded at the discretion of the instructor.

Late Work

  • Work turned in late will receive one letter grade lower each day it is late. If it's more than 3 days late without instructor approval, absence, excused absence or extenuating circumstance, not turning in even one project can have a negative effect on your grade. Due Dates are very important in our industry and modeled in our class.

Saving Files

  • .PSD files preserve your layers, allowing you to come back and work on files with all your work preserved.

  • .JPEG files are compressed for display online. 300 resolution or better. Anything below is too blurry.

  • .PNG files are high quality and create a transparent background.

  • .AI files are Adobe Illustrator native

We have a class network to save your class work:

  • It allows you to keep work in class that you are working on. This file contains a folder for your class work. It is where you can keep your design work in class or move things into from your One Drive or your Flash Drive if you do work at home.​

One Drive Cloud Storage - Your Free Cloud Storage Space:

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