Hooray! It’s actually a new post!
It might not really be something worth shouting about but I haven’t really had much to write about over the past month from getting back from New Designers in London. What I have decided to do is to finally get to know Adobe Illustrator better than I already do. In order of proficiency of the three main Creative Suite applications used in design, I am most comfortable with Photoshop, competent with Illustrator and a relative novice (in comparison to others) with InDesign.
Below are some examples that I have ended up creating through the use of tutorials. I haven’t reached the point yet where I want to go out and try something new from scratch, but that time will come soon.
The second in my series of Helveti…
The Final Boards for the D&AD brief are done. Here they are:
Here are a couple of images which are going to be included on my D&AD presentation boards. They are a bit rough yes, but when you see the overall boards they look quite good. The RAC van was used instead of any other breakdown service because they were the only ones that replied when I was carrying out research, so thank you to them!
Work has begun on the presentation boards for the D&AD project. The Scenario board is pretty much complete whereas the other 3 boards (product overview, product detail and research and insights) have just been laid out basically in the same sort of style. If all goes well, work for this should be finished by the end of next week.
I am forcing myself to use InDesign for this even though I still consider it to be an awful piece of software that is counter intuitive and very difficult to use.