Now that the project is finished, I can properly evaluate my work and what I have managed to come up with. However, first, here is the file. Using Flip PDF Professional (software that my dad happened to have), I was able to convert my finished booklet into a HTML file that included all the special effects and transparancy tricks I used. They’ll be talked about later on.
Due to issues out of my control, I was unable to make further InDesign guides before. Now, I’ve compiled all my InDesign learning into this one post, with step-by-step guides and screencaps. The end also has a few screencaps of what I’ve been able to create using this knowledge.
(They are titled by the notes I took on Google Documents. As such, their formatting may be a little inconsistent, as this took place over several weeks. This is only a minor issue, though, and can be remedied next time.)
During these two weeks, we learnt about nouns, verbs and word structure as a refresher. In addition, we also learnt about the importance of decluttering and editing our work. These two weeks are bundled together as they cover subjects in the same field, and go hand-in-hand together.
PROPOSAL- INTERACTIVE MAP
(Unit 5, 6 and 7 -1.1 and 1.2)
- What is your chosen area and why?
Canterbury High Street. As I walk through it often and it’s very local, it makes it easy to research. It is also the main place people go to in Canterbury, with a multitude of shops and places nearby, and it suits my idea well.