As part of the project to create an intro video for the online PSY 352 course, I’ve been making a few background drafts of environments where the characters might reside. Here are a few images cut out of some possibilities.
LAITS Student Technology Assistants collaborate with the College of Liberal Arts faculty and administration by re-imagining their instructional and promotional projects with a creative use of video, audio, web and graphic design. STAs learn technical skills on the job with LAITS development studio staff. They build presentations, produce audio/visual works, scan text documents & perform image correction. STAs are instrumental in helping COLA faculty realize their vision for instructional technology projects used to enhance the teaching and learning experience.
Here are first draft possibilities for characters and text embellishment. These graphics will be used alongside narration in instructional videos in the upcoming online Latin class. The videos feature lots of vocab words, as well as usage examples involving a “poet” and a “girl” (with frequent rose involvement.)
These are first draft mockups of a poster for the History Department. The poster is advertising for a panel discussion the IHS has put together about the history of lynching in Texas. The image I was given for the poster is one of a crowd of people attending the infamous lynching of Jesse Washington, 100 years ago in Waco.