E316M Course Graphics
This past week I’ve been spending most of the time working on designs for a fall course called “Discovering History and Form in American Literature,” which is being taught by Dr. Pinto and Dr. Barrish in the English department. I actually took this class when I was a freshman (with different professors), so I kind of know what the class is like, even though the material and reading varies depending on who is teaching it. The #1 priority this week has been refining the style of the title cards, which will be displayed before recorded lectures/videos. There are 3 titles cards needed; one for lectures, weekly updates, and response. Here are the newest drafts incorporating feedback from the professors:
I’m also working on 2 stinger designs in the same style (these are for sections within a lecture/video; there’s one called “Lit Lab” and another called “Activity”). Today I met with Tate about possible ways to animate these slides, so I should have some animations mocked up to post here very soon.
Other than that I’ve been helping out with Cascade updates, giving feedback on basic trainings, plus I mocked up another potential retractable banner. More to come next week…