I thoroughly enjoyed this class and had a lot of fun creating designs, pushing myself out of my comfort zone and applying knowledge to practical projects. I had some time management issues (oops), and I would like to have devoted more time to each assessment.
The class centred around two assessments, which focussed on design for print and web.
Design For Print
The assessment required the creation of a print-ready report from a selected industry. In addition, the report required evidence of graphic design principles in the structure and presentation of the document.
I selected Australian cinema and used data from Screen Australia to compile the 12-page report.
Australian Cinema: Industry Performance in 2021
Style Guide: Film Industry Report
I could have improved the design by increasing the size of the text on the infographic spread and improving the alignment of text and icons.
Design For Web
The assessment required the creation of a high-fidelity website prototype based on a website from a selected industry. The process involved analysis, user research, ideation, prototyping and user testing.
I decided to stay in a similar industry as assessment one and selected to redesign the Warner Bros. website.
Disclaimer: The website prototype was created for a university project and educational purposes only. I do not have any association with Warner Bros. or ownership of the content within the website. All rights and credit go directly to their rightful owners, and no copyright infringement is intended.
High Fidelity Warner Brothers Website Prototype
There are several improvements that I would like to have made to the design—particularly alignments, the textual overload of the about page, functional elements and other minor details. Unfortunately, I ran out of time and should have managed my time more appropriately.
Grades are currently being finalised, but I have been graded high enough to fall within the high distinction range.