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  1. @KellyPratt27125

    Design Summary

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    Design Week Assignments: Design Summary What did you learn? This week, I learned that design is complicated. There are so many elements that go into creating a good design that I wasn’t aware of until this week. During this whole week, I probably spent about 10 hours just reviewing information focused on design. And that […]
  2. @eggstve

    Design Blitz

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    The idea behind the “Balance” photo was to showcase how precise and purposeful the layout on this little disk was. Naturally there’s a focal point on the disk, but at the same time the eye can wander over the full design and not feel over or underwhelmed. The two trees on the right are complemented […]
  3. @FlOv_evelyn

    Design Blitz Fail

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    In my time as a low level interior designer, I have come across MANY design fails. With small spaces such as apartments or bedrooms, it is really important to take these into consideration to make the overall look better. I also attend a graduation this weekend that had design elements in it as well. The […]
  4. @aliboo1432

    DesignBlitz

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    Typography: This little book has flashcards about women’s strength, power, and resilience. The typography designed for this specific book was minimalistic because it is organized and represents the simpleness of the book.  Symbols: My friend...
  5. @MeMcMe3

    Photo Blitz

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    Color: Orange is one of the most eyecatching colors, though there is not much contrast in this particular image. Typography- Words matter, their arrangement, spacing. When they get too tight, they lose their meaning in a sea of text. Min...
  6. @OliviaF98845588

    DesignBlitz

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    Rhythm This is a sticker on my laptop that I got from a store downtown. I love the tie dye design and the font of the words give that feeling of rhythm and movement. Typography Each word on the front of this crossword puzzle book is printed in a different font. The different colors, sizes, ...
  7. @Tillysisland

    The Scavenger Hunt

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    During the pandemic, I’ve spent a lot of time inside. Saying that may even be an understatement, as it may be safer to say that I’ve spent the vast majority of my time indoors. Having high risk family members has made it a scary time and the state of the
  8. @katiereif6

    Design Blitz

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    I went on a walk around downtown today to take photos for this. I’m going to be honest, I had a hard time finding anything that caught my eye. I had a hard time finding anything that I thought, “Wow, this is a good/bad example of that conc...
  9. @JHolburd

    What Yonder Design Doth Blitz??

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    Let’s look at COLOR, RHYTHM, TYPOGRAPHY AND UNITY Color is what defines the design in the photo below, and the deep saturation of color enables the back lighting to play with the reds and greens to create interest for the viewer. The deep red berries on the left that are not directly backlit by the […]
  10. @jwcpsc

    DesignBlitz

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    This is a picture I took after I got off of work of a stand in the middle of the mall. I think it’s a great example of dominance at the picture covers most of the black background and the image is angled giving it the perspective of looking into the distance or at a …
  11. @skyler0455

    design blitz

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    I thought it would be a challenge to try to find these design elements in one area, so most of these pictures were taken in Curitiba! Minimalism/Use of Space The design here is very minimal, with very few objects crowding the space. I think it accomplishes what it needs to – it is an open […]
  12. @MasonOberle

    Design Blitzd

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    So, one of our tasks for this week in DS106 was to go out and take pictures of objects that demonstrated aspects of design. From my understanding, our subject could be anything, so long as it had to do with one of the elements mentioned on the assignment page. Having this much freedom was a […]

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