September 30

DDI

Using mygraphicslab.com and Photoshop, students should complete files, 02_working.psd and Covert to Black and White.psd, with a basic understanding of photo correcting. By completing these files, students should:

Draw rectangles, ovals, and other shapes
Understand the differences between drawing modes
Modify the shape, color, and size of drawn objects
Understand fill and stroke settings
Create and edit curves
Apply gradients and transparencies
Group elements and convert art to bitmaps
Create and edit text
Add hyperlinks
Distribute objects on the Stage

Using mygraphicslab.com and Photoshop CC, students should then complete files, 03_working.psd with an understanding of how to work with selections. By completing this file, students should:

Make specific areas of an image active using selection tools.
Reposition a selection marquee.
Move and duplicate the contents of a selection.
Use keyboard-mouse combinations that save time and hand motions.
Deselect a selection.
Constrain the movement of a selected area.
Adjust the position of a selected area using the arrow keys.
Add to and subtract from a selection.
Rotate a selection.
Use multiple selection tools to make a complex selection.
Due Today
02_working

Convert to BW

Due Thursday
Notebook Check (Final day)
Due Friday
Notes 2.1/2.6

Vocab

Due Monday
28 Drawings

DDII

Using mygraphicslab.com and Flash CC, students should complete file, 02_working.fla, with an understanding of how to work with graphics. By completing these files, students should:

Understand image resolution and size.
Straighten and crop an image.
Adjust the tonal range of an image.
Use the Spot Healing Brush tool to repair part of an image.
Use content-aware fill to replace an area in an image.
Use the Clone Stamp tool to touch up areas.
Use the content-aware Patch tool to remove or replace objects.
Remove digital artifacts from an image.
Apply the Smart Sharpen filter to finish retouching photos.

Using mygraphicslab.com and Flash CC, students should then complete file, 03_working.psd, with an understanding of how to work with selections. By completing this file, students should:

Import Illustrator and Photoshop artwok
Create new symbols
Edit symbols
Understand the difference between symbol types
Understand the difference between symbols and instances
Use rulers and guides to position objects on the Stage
Adjust transparency and color, and turn visibiliity on or off
Apply blending effects
Apply special effects with filters
Position objects in 3D space
Due Friday, Oct. 2
mygraphicslab.com

02_working.fla

digitralartanddesign.org

Outline Drawing

Gradients

Highlights-Shadows

Clouds & Hearts

Star Shapes

Bounce a Ball

Due Thursday, Oct. 8
04_working.fla

DDIII

Using mygraphicslab.com and Dreamweaver CC, students should complete file, start_here.html, with a basic understanding of how to customize your workspace. By completing these files, students should:

Switch document views
Work with panels
Select a workspace layout
Adjust toolbars
Personalize preferences
Create custom keyboard shortcuts
Use the Property inspector

Using mygraphicslab.com and Dreamweaver CC, students should then complete files, firstpage.html and secondpage.html, with an understanding of HTML Basics. By completing this file, students should:

Write HTML code by hand
Understand HTML syntax
Insert code elements
Format text
Add HTML structure
Create HTML with Dreamweaver
Due Today

mygraphicslab.com

start_here.html

firstpage.html

secondpage.html

digitralartanddesign.org

Your First Web Page

The Index Page

Special Characters HTML

Ordered Lists in HTML

Due Thursday
Due Friday
School Video
Due Tuesday
DP Challenge
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