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Digital Art & Design

Week 3 & 4 Lesson Plan

 

"Personal Logo" Lesson

 

CLICK HERE to Watch the video demo for this lesson

 

Lesson steps are on the DAD 1 Lesson webpage

 

1. Make a project on Behance and name it "Personal Logo" then upload a photograph of your idea map

 

2. Build a Mood board based on your idea map words on Canva.com

Download a PDF copy and put it on Behance for grading

 

3. Thumbnail sketches - Pencil on paper - at least 30

Watch this video for ideas on style variations for logos

 

Did you turn in your signed class syllabus?

 

 

 

 

Week 2

Safety Test and Start Personal Logo Lesson

 

Did you take the Safety Test?

See Ms. Peterson if you didn't. You must make a 90 or higher to remain in this class.

 

Did you make an idea map for step 1 in the personal logo lesson?

(See the DAD 1 Lesson page for instructions)

 

 

 

 

 

WELCOME TO DAD Class!

 

STEP 1

Take the Student Survey by Clicking here

 

STEP 2

Review all the pages and sections of this webpage

 

STEP 3

Login to Canvas and your email account and send an email telling Ms. Peterson Hello

 

STEP 4

Create a Canva account

 

STEP 5

Create a Behance Portfolio account

 

STEP 6

Send Ms. Peterson an email with your login codes for your Canva & Portfolio account

 

STEP 7

Photo Scavenger Hunt (Airdrop photos to a teammates iMac)

 

STEP 8

Read & sign a syllabus

 

STEP 9

Review Photo hunt pictures

Upload 4 photos to Behance and make your first Project

 

STEP 10

Workplace Safety

Safety test

 

Lesson completed in DAD 1 classes Spring 2022

1-4-22 Student Survey  0 points
1-10-22 Photo Scavenger Hunt 0 points
1-5-22 Email the Teacher 0 points
1-12-22 Creative Commons project upload 100 points
1-13-22 Behance Portfolio setup 100 points
1-14-22 Safety and Syllabus Test 100 points

 

 

 

Digital Art & Design course sequence and descriptions

 

  • Digital Art & Design 1: This class focuses on the basics of Adobe software and applying the Elements of Art and the Principles of Design to design projects. Students will learn how to use cameras, audio equipment, scanners and printers. Projects will focus on how to build graphics and make slides and short films for websites content. DAD 1 counts as a Visual Art 1 credit for your graduation requirements.

 
  • Digital Art & Design 2: Prerequisite for this class is DAD 1. This class focuses on Video Production in the fall & Digital Photography in the spring. We apply the same skills and principles as in DAD 1 but projects become more complex. Students will be challenged to learn how the Advertising business is operated and the role the designer plays in that work environment.

 
  • Digital Art & Design 3: Prerequisite for this class is DAD 1 & 2. This is the 3rd class in the course and can be taken 2 times. Students will earn their certification as an Adobe Certified Associate in Visual Communications using Adobe Photoshop. Students will finish the class with a Web Design project.

 
  • Digital Art & Design Practicum: If you have taken DAD 1, 2 & 3 and want to return for more study in digital design you are eligible to sign up for this class. This is a Work Based Learning class. Ask Ms. Peterson to learn more. You will be working either at a real job related to design or on a special assignment related to digital design. 
 
 
 
 

DAD LESSONS & Grading Procedures

• Work on lessons in order
Quizzes & Tests are taken in Skyward and count as grades
• Projects graded from screen shots uploaded to a Portfolio
• There is a Mid-term and a final exam
• All document file names must have your 3 initials and block number at the end of the file name for identification and grade credit (EX: filename_kap_1B.docx)
 

 

SUPPLY LIST

Class Registration Rules:

Students are not allowed to take two Digital Design classes during the same semester

Licenses & Certifications:

  • Graphic Communication Endorsement (711)

  • K-12 Visual Art (243)

  • Certified Digital Designer

  • Certified Kuder Specialist

  • Adobe Test Proctor