October 5

DDI

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.

Using mygraphicslab.com and Photoshop CC, students should then complete files, 04_working.psd with an understanding of ‘Layer Basics’. By completing this file, students should:

Organize artwork on layers.
Create, view, hide, and select layers.
Rearrange layers to change the stacking order of artwork.
Apply blending modes to layers.
Resize and rotate layers.
Apply a graditent to a layer.
Apply a filter to a layer.
Add text and layer effects to a layer.
Add an adjustment layer.
Save a copy of the file with the layers flattened.
Due Today
03_working

28 Drawings

Due Thursday, Oct. 8
Notes 2.2 & 2.3

04_working

Merging Photos

Due Dec. 11
2nd 9 Weeks Vocab

28 Drawings

DDII

Using mygraphicslab.com and Flash CC, students be able to ‘Create and Edit Symobls’. By completing these files, 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

Using mygraphicslab.com and Flash CC, students should be able to ‘Animate Symbols’. By completing this file, students should:

Animate the position, scale, and rotation of objects

Adjust the pacing and timing of your animation

Animate transparency and special effects

Change the path of an object’s motion Create animation inside symbols

Split a motion tween

Change the easing of an object’s motion

Animate in 3D space

Due Friday, Oct. 2
mygraphicslab.com

03_working_copy.fla

04_working_copy.fla

digitralartanddesign.org

Clouds & Hearts

Star Shapes

Bounce a Ball

Text Boxes

Lines

Falling Text

Due Thursday, Oct. 8
04_working.fla

DDIII

Using mygraphicslab.com and Dreamweaver CC, students should complete files and have an understanding of ‘CSS Basics’. By completing these files, students should:

CSS (cascading style sheets) terms and terminology
The difference between HTML and CSS formatting
How the cascade, inheritance, descendant, and specificity theories affect how browsers apply CSS formatting
How CSS can format objects
New features and capabilities of CSS3

Using mygraphicslab.com and Dreamweaver CC, students should then complete files with an understanding of How to ‘Create a Page Layout’. By completing these files, students should:

The basics of webpage design
How to create design thumbnails and wireframes
How to insert and format new components into a predefined CSS layout
How to check for browser compatibility

Due Today
mygraphicslab.com

Chapter 3 Files

myspecificity.html

myspecificity2.html

mywidth.html

myheight.html

mymargins_padding.html

mypositioning.html

Chapter 4 Files

digitralartanddesign.org

Your First Web Page

The Index Page

Special Characters HTML

Ordered Lists in HTML

Links in HTML

Horizontal Nav in HTML

five basic parts

Due 
Due Friday
School Video
Due Tuesday
DP Challenge
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