Okay so this isn’t a motivational poster. I lied. It’s more a fun little twist I put on it because I wanted to. I used Photoshop to compile the picture, frame, and text all together. Enjoy the finished product.
Instead of reporting a fictional character or just one person, I included both my girlfriend and I! I made most of the characteristics a bit of a joke, but overall please find her and I. I used Photoshop to compile all the characteristics and photo. I also just realized I put 1994 for the Fall of the Berlin Wall, not 1991, my bad.
I tried to make this book cover seem all eerie and mysterious using Photoshop to put drop shadow and text onto this google images dystopian photo, but I don’t think I did too hot. I have no clue what I meant when I typed “nobody cared until the bells rang”, it just seemed suspenseful and made for a good cover. 😂
For this design assignment I used photoshop to color the t-shirt black and put the text and picture onto the shirt. I think the final product came out well, and I just had to put the classic Star Wars Anakin and Obi-Wan quote on there, I couldn’t resist.
This might be just for an assignment for DS106, but Alzheimer’s disease is an incredibly awful disease of the mind that affects the memory of those affected. Loved ones are heartbroken as they are forgotten by the victims of this disease. If you would like to help find a cure for this destructive disease that ends someone’s story slowly and without remorse, consider donating. I am attaching the ad I made for the disease to this blog post, and the link to the donation page is in the flyer, and will be included as a hyperlink on this blog post.
For this ad, I used mainly Adobe Photoshop to format the text, image, and design components. I chose to make a ad about Alzheimer’s disease because I have always thought of such a disease as one of the most damning for someone to suffer under.
In going with our theme “What’s your story?”, Alzheimer’s disease leaves a lasting impact not just on the victim, but on the people who love them as well, contributing a great amount to their story and lives.