Project Corrections/Time spent: Brochure spelling corrections, and new image added to front. Webpage-body text color change from brown to black. Time spent: 2 hours

Top 3 things learned in this course:
1) Keep practicing.

2)Have an idea about what you want to do, don’t just come up with something at the last minute.

3)  Always take good notes and follow examples.

Future application of Visual Media: I will continue to use what I have learned in my pursuit of a career in journalism with my minor in video editing.
Programs/Tools Used:  Adobe Photoshop and Adobe In Design

Font #1 Name & Category: Palatino Italic  40pt/ Decorative
Font #2 Name & Category: Times New Roman 12pt/Oldstyle

Thumbnails of Images used:

Sources (Links to images on original websites): Original design in Photoshop.



Project 8 Brochure















A duplex(single-fold) brochure showcasing a paranormal photo-scavenger hunt.


I first set up the document as a landscape document in Adobe In Design series CS6 with the size at 11 x 8.5. I then drew two black boxes using the shapes tool to make the entire brochure black. I then opened Adobe Illustrator series CS6 to create a whole new logo. I designed the logo by drawing various shapes using the shapes tool and then using the group selection and eye dropper tools I made a flashlight, a ghost and the ray of light coming off the flashlight. I then used the type tool and eyedropper tools to type out and color two separate boxes one to go above the image and the other to go underneath. I then saved the file in Illustrator and then re-opened it and place it on the far right side so that it would be on the front of the brochure. Afterwards I typed up my text to explain the purpose for it and the event happening. I then dew one huge text box on the left side of the second landscape document using the type tool. Afterwards I  placed part of my text in there explaining the event.  I then opened up a photo of myself looking for ghosts and following the tutorials provided by the instructor refined the picture using the feathering,  selection, and refining tools in Photoshop series CS6. I then took that picture and placed it below the first text box where the majority of my text was. I then added a text wrap to the photo so that the text would go around my head and right shoulder. Afterwards I added various other pictures that I had gotten off of the internet and place two on the landscape that was the inside part, and then the other two on the first landscape document that would later be the back. I then went back and added corresponding text boxes using the text box tool with the text regarding each location for the scavenger/photo hunt. Afterwards using the paragraph styles tool I set up all of the text for the entire brochure to indent form remembering to not indent the first paragraph, and setting up a separate style box just for the first paragraphs in each box and changing the color of the text to a dark purple. To make sure that nothing would be ruined by the fold I set up a ruler guide in the middle at 5.5 inches on both landscape documents and using the move tool moved everything accordingly and aligning all the pictures with the correct text box.

Top 3 things learned:
How to use In design, Photoshop, and Illustrator in unison.
How to set up a text wrap.
Program(s) / Tools used: Adobe Photoshop series CS6, Adobe Illustrator series CS6, and Adobe In Design/Pen tool, move tool, text tool, eyedropper tool, refine tool, feathering tool, shapes tool, selection tool, and the rulers.
Title Font Name & Category: ITC Oficina Serif , Slab Serif
Copy Font Name & Category: Minion Pro, Old Style
Word Count: 794 words
Thumbnails of Images used:

Ghosthunting         cemetery

idaho-falls         Chinese-House-Idaho-City-Ghost



Sources (Links to images on original websites):

(Going from left to right)

Ghost hunting.jpg original photo


Idaho Falls.jpg(http://www.destination360.com/north-america/us/idaho/images/s/idaho-falls.jpg)

Chinese Couple House.jpg(http://for91days.com/photos/Idaho/Idaho%20City/Chinese-House-Idaho-City-Ghost.jpg)

Rose Hill Cemetery.jpg (http://danielduval.org/showmap.php?cemeteryID=98)