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Defending My Design

Author: spencer-settle

Post on 21-Nov-2014

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A quick defense of the elements of my designs.

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  • 1. Defending My Design

2. My Logo PICTURE 3. Why the color(s)? Black creates a stark and feature less background that draws attention into bright colors and and creates contrast Blue is associated with intelligence, confidence, faith, responsibility, and depth. Something that a tech developer company that I am portraying clients might value in their service. 4. Why the shape(s)? The Celtic knot is ultimately, a curved, flowing line. This can be classified as a squiggle. Such a shape represents creativity and inspiration. 5. My Poster PICTURE 6. Why the quote? This quote by J.R.R. Tolkien, one of my favorite writers, gives the question of justice and what is fair in the world, and cautions you from making hasty decisions, especially with anothers life at stake. 7. Why the picture? The depth of looking out of a hole into the sky and trees above creates the impression of rising out of the dark, and makes you value those pieces of nature visible through it. In a more literal sense, this picture was taken on New Zealand, where all the Lord of the Rings movies were filmed. 8. Why the font? The font is called Vengeance, ironically. The scrawling script adds to the feeling of the quote to be an ancient wisdom, hand written in a moment of thought. 9. Why the font color? The bright blue creates a sharp contrast to the colors in the rest of the picture, especially against the walls of the rock around the picture. 10. Why the font color? The bright blue creates a sharp contrast to the colors in the rest of the picture, especially against the walls of the rock around the picture.