Review 2

Although I have completed the ID lessons last week, I am currently re-reading their text description to have a better understanding of each process. There were multiple occasions when I was going over ID and would forget the previous week’s knowledge. In order to make this learning process stick in my mind, I am re-reading  lesson 2 on Master pages in particular. This lesson includes proper formatting along with the basics of creating different documents such as a news letter. This section also describes the process of accessing  different styles and importing them.

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break time

break time

Earlier Alex, Keven and I were working on typography for a logo design for Alex. Writing never seemed so challenging.

Que?

Que?

Came across this website and although I am uncertain of the text language, I do admire some of the work posted on the page. 

framing and placing

The next process of the lesson 5 of ID explains framing options as well as fitting options for +adding+ images into the project. Using the   __________ —¦mini bridge¦ — program to bring up documents being used s well as images … Continue reading

links badge

This feature is new to id6 but can be used rather than going to the links page in order to adjust and edit links such as increase the quality of a picture.

Lesson 5

Lesson 5

The first section of ID lesson 5 demonstrates how to work with missing and modified links. These are linked but not embedded into the document.

say wahhh?

say wahhh?

@ comic con yesterday there was a booth that offered to take your picture and place you in a different realm for the adv.cost of $50!! I could not believe the cost considering some of the photos they displayed contained … Continue reading

object style

object style

In the object styles panel I was able to bring out a quote box that described the cookie recipe using the call out box to frame the text. I was able to give box a background color. –__–__–__–__–__–__–__–__–__–__–__–__– Lesson 4 … Continue reading