The Message Design Of Raiders Of The Lost Ark On The Atari 2600 & A Fan’S Map, Quick Start, And Strategy Guide, 2022 Old Dominion University
The Message Design Of Raiders Of The Lost Ark On The Atari 2600 & A Fan’S Map, Quick Start, And Strategy Guide, Miguel Ramlatchan, William I. Ramlatchan
Distance Learning Faculty & Staff Books
The message design and human performance technology in video games, especially early video games have always been fascinating to me. From an instructional design perspective, the capabilities of the technology of the classic game consoles required a careful balance of achievable objectives, cognitive task analysis, guided problem solving, and message design. Raiders on the Atari is an excellent example of this balance. It is an epic adventure game, spanning 13+ distinct areas, with an inventory of items, where those hard to find items had to be used by the player to solve problems during their quest (and who would have …
Graphic Scotland: Visuality And Empire, 1810 – 1913, 2022 University of New Mexico
Graphic Scotland: Visuality And Empire, 1810 – 1913, Laura Michelle Golobish
Art & Art History ETDs
Graphic Scotland: Visuality and Empire, 1810–1913 interrogates the aesthetic, technological, and literary conventions used to represent Scotland’s character in nineteenth-century publications. Beginning in the late eighteenth century, publishers, authors, and readers began to correlate the material format of prints, books, illustration, and bookbinding with individual and national character. Periodicals and literature drew the correlations between the aesthetic conventions of picturesque Scottish landscape, physiognomy of Scottish authors, and bookbinding to frame ideas about Scottish character as a didactic model for middle class British and American readers. Thus, Graphic Scotland offers an intertextual reading of three illustrated publications about Scotland–J.R. Osgood’s 1882 …
An Analytical Study To Design And Produce "Non-Official" Pop-Up Double Pages For Children's Book At The Faculty Of Applied Arts, October 6 University In Egypt, 2022 Lecturer at Advertising Department, Faculty of Applied Arts, October 6 University., Giza, Egypt.
An Analytical Study To Design And Produce "Non-Official" Pop-Up Double Pages For Children's Book At The Faculty Of Applied Arts, October 6 University In Egypt, Mohamed Zakaria Soltan
Journal of Art, Design and Music
One of the most crucial suggestions of this paper is to study is an appeal to the officials of the Ministry of Education in Egypt to use the techniques of the pop-up pages in textbooks at primary schools to improve the quality of the textbook and reach higher levels of comprehension among students. It is a study of an experiment taught by the researcher with his 3rd-grade students, At the Department of Advertising, Faculty of Applied Arts, October 6 University, Book Art 1 Course for the Academic Year 2021/2022, to design and produce non-official pop-up pages for various children's books. …
Dossier Cover, 2022 Portland State University
Dossier Cover, Tye Raymond
This is the cover image for the 2022 Anthós Dossier about the novel Passing.
Ports Of Entry, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
Ports Of Entry, Forough Abadian
Ports of entry are places where one may lawfully enter a country by crossing land and sea borders. This thesis frames the space conceptually where the boundaries of place, time, culture, and identity are crossed through existing ports or by building new ones.
As an Iranian immigrant in the United States, displacement of identity informs my worldview and design practice. I find myself between two worlds, one inherited and the other adopted. Both worlds are simultaneously active and exert their forces on my thought process. However, their interrelated dynamic is ambivalent because their path intersects and diverges unforeseeably. My …
Connect: Translating Complexity Through Visual Simplification, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
Connect: Translating Complexity Through Visual Simplification, Ilhee Park
CONNECT: Translating Complexity through Visual Simplification brings complex data into concise visual systems that encourage ease of access. With a background in Human Factors Engineering, user engagement remains a central focus in my design. Whether reducing barriers to scientific information or untangling deeply complex data, design must contain intuitive concepts without the need for extended explanation. Using bold color and geometric shapes as the core design language to render pictorial narratives, this thesis maps my development as an information designer through modes of gathering, deciphering, and interpreting.
Openness, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
Openness, Qiwen Ju
We perceive the world as flat when we close one eye. When both eyes are open, the world takes on a three-dimensional quality.
Our childhood, education, family, and environment form and bind our cognitive perspective. As the ancient Chinese proverb goes: “You can’t see Mount Tai by blinding your eyes with one leaf.” Truth is exceedingly difficult to discern. Like the obscuring leaf, there are blind spots in our vision. Prejudice is often the narrow leaf that obstructs perception, preventing us from seeing with greater dimension.
For actual comprehension, we can only see through the eyes, hearts, and minds of …
Re-Order The Order Of Thing, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
Re-Order The Order Of Thing, Yingxi Sabrina Ji
Humanocentrism positions humans as the measure of all things; what we know as the ‘real’ or ‘true’ is perceived through this limited perspective. As a designer, I challenge the hierarchy, actively moving away from the notion that inanimate objects are subjugated matter.
In this body of work, I turn to actions of world-building to create immersive experiences where ‘objects’ become ‘subjects.’ They are rescaled and re-centered — called into prominence to become protagonists on the cultural and environmental stage. Through generating, collaging, and juxtaposing recycled facts, imagery and organic materials using digital filters, I insert absurdity as a breakpoint to …
Slow Ruptures; Slow Formations, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
Slow Ruptures; Slow Formations, Asta Thrastardottir
Language shapes our understanding of identity, place, and self. As a graphic designer, I question the existing structures of language, while using it as a material to build new formations. Nudging against certainties, I challenge how the stories we are told can dispossess us, even flatten us.
My method is a constant attempt to peel back the layers and study what lingers below. When questions arise, I look to the ways in which visual artists and writers have seen through this surface. I observe, listen, and hold stories closely, passing them back and forth between my hands. Using annotation and …
Capture, Control, Circulate : Can We Queer Regulatory Power In Graphic Design?, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
Capture, Control, Circulate : Can We Queer Regulatory Power In Graphic Design?, Adie Fein
Capture, Control, Circulate addresses regulatory power, the transmission and enforcement of culturally-sanctioned behaviors and identity. How does regulatory power operate in graphic design and what—if anything—can the graphic designer do to subvert that operation? The methodologies for subversion explored in this book typically draw from queer and trans* experience and thought. Therefore, the work herein takes up issues of identity, normativity, marginalization, and community.
This thesis also considers design education, and its contemporary emphasis on the capture and control of content. It advocates instead for an educational model that centers circulation; that is, graphic design’s capacity to platform, to publish, …
!, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
!, Nick Larson
This thesis uses the exclamation point to represent a way of thinking and working methodology. The exclamation point in mathematics represents a factorial function, an operation for determining all possible orders of a set. Colloquially, the meaning of the exclamation point relies entirely on context. Within a yellow triangle, it means caution or danger, but at the end of a sentence delivering good news, it means excitement. In the context of this thesis, the exclamation point represents enthusiastically and exhaustively reordering objects, words, and processes to highlight shifting meaning.
Alien Encyclopedia, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
Alien Encyclopedia, Zengqi Guo
Alien Encyclopedia is a body of work that analyzes, expands, redefines, and leverages the definition of “alien” as both problematic and an avenue of possibility. By mapping the word “alien” as a fragmented play of alternatives, I translate the lessons derived from this exploration into a maker’s lexicon. I use “alien” to frame my identity, as a prompt to ground my projects, a factor to interrupt existing typography and to spark questions, a generative tool to explore the interpolation between the familiar and unfamiliar, and to incite new solutions and actions to solve the problems we are facing now. Alien …
Other Realms, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
Other Realms, Louis Rakovich
Can a system existing in rigid order be taken back to a state of malleability, a space of potential not yet actualized?
If creation reduces the infinite to produce the finite, then in the simplest sense, creation is the process of bringing something tangible, real, out of the ether—out of the primordial chaos of possibility. The technique of defamiliarization can be viewed as an agent of de-creation, the active reversal of creation, in order to make creation possible once again. As such it holds spiritual power in its own right.
In pursuit of this state of renewed potentiality, I use …
Burt's Bees: Branding And Packaging Update, 2022 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Burt's Bees: Branding And Packaging Update, Mia Rogers
This project will focus on examining the existing brand identity, package design, and social media marketing collateral for Burt’s Bees personal care company in order to create updated versions of each. I will be re-branding the products to appeal to a wider target audience, focusing primarily on Generation Z and their consumer preferences.
My deliverables will consist of a complete brand style guide (logo variations, primary and secondary color palettes, typography, and visual collateral), updated packaging (four popular lip balm flavors, the beeswax hand salve, and two facial cleansers), and an example of a digital advertisement showcasing the new brand …
Take Flight Music Festival Branding, 2022 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Take Flight Music Festival Branding, Maxwell Bo Chen, Jake Oxenham
We created a branding and design campaign for the Take Flight music festival on campus. The project covered many aspects of event creation and marketing such as name, logo, content creation, social media, printed media, vendor outreach, and administration outreach. All these pieces had to work together to create a strong and cohesive brand image for this event which would help ensure a successful turnout and event overall.
Design/ Rebranding Of Andies Cafe To Go Packaging, 2022 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Design/ Rebranding Of Andies Cafe To Go Packaging, Ryan Oscar Kastella
The following pages goes over the creation of To go packaging for a restaurant called Andie’s Cafe that sorely lacked it. The To go packaging that was created for this was Menus, Tamper Seal Stickers, Bags, and a Burger Wrapper. The goal in creating these is to increase there brand awareness and improve there current packaging branding.
Ramble: Travel Journal Application Concept, 2022 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Ramble: Travel Journal Application Concept, Christine Elizabeth Curulla
The purpose of this project is to provide an easier and more engaging way for study abroad students to document their experiences. I wanted to collect data on the effectiveness of student journaling while abroad, and identify ways to improve the process through a mobile application.
Ramble is a social app I designed that provides a new question or prompt each day to encourage more frequent, fun journaling while traveling, and connection with others at home and abroad. Ramble solves problems that accompany traditional journaling by making the journaling process more accessible and requiring less time from the user.
Chez Henri Cookbook Redesign, 2022 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Chez Henri Cookbook Redesign, Izzy Kelly
Chez Henri is a redesigned version of a cookbook that Bonnie Henry, my grandmother, has curated over the past 50 years. The original book was entitled “A Collection of Recipes From Friends and Family”, but I decided to rename it to “Chez Henri”, a phrase that was written on a sign outside of her home for almost 20 years. Bonnie Henry is an excellent cook and her recipes include many salads, soups, entrees, and dishes that most people don’t see everyday. Chez Henri contains photography that depicts these recipes, notes from the chef, and clear cut instructions that are easy …
Converting Horizontal Media For Vertical Platforms, 2022 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Converting Horizontal Media For Vertical Platforms, Eric A. Hernandez
Today, most media is viewed on mobile phones and seen on a vertical screen. There are very few methods for converting horizontal media into vertical media for vertical platforms. This manual shows new ways to redesign horizontal content so that it looks better on vertical displays; I imagine watching things like the Super Bowl or the The Grammys on TikTok or Instagram with a new broadcast design that is more attractive.
The Queer Dictionary, 2022 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
The Queer Dictionary, Mia Lew
With the government continually obstructing queer education in public schools, it becomes harder and harder for queer people to understand themselves than in turn, have the tools to explain what they are going through to others. This is a problem but in turn an opportunity. While there are queer literature and children’s books out there, they typically only encompass one story or one view on queerness. Thus, this project's main goal is to encompass queerness as a whole by using as many LGBTQ+ words as possible, people's stories under each word, historical graphics, highlights on the internationality of queerness, pronoun …