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<p><b>Introduction: [[Read Me!]]</b>
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=Table of Contents=
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*Introduction to Digital Foundations
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*Introduction to Operating Systems
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*Introduction to Bauhaus
 +
<p><b>[[Chapter 1 CS4]]: The Metaphor of Using Graphics Applications</b>
 +
</p>
 +
*Formal Principles: Dynamic and Static Compositions, Movement versus Stillness
 +
*Visual References: Egon Schiele
 +
*Technical:
 +
**Welcome to the OS, Common Metaphors
 +
**Opening, saving and closing files with Adobe Illustrator
 +
**Creating a dynamic composition in Adobe Illustrator
 +
**Rectangle Shape Tool
 +
**Fill and Stroke
 +
**Select Tool
 +
**Master Files and Naming Conventions
 +
<p><b>[[Chapter 2 CS4]]: Searching and Sampling - Becoming an Expert Web User</b>
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</p>
 +
*Formal Principles: Copyright, Fair Use, Appropriation
 +
*Visual References: Marcel Duchamp, Kenneth Tinkin-Hung
 +
*Technical:   
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**Searching for images: Filtering search engines
 +
**Saving images from the web to the harddrive
 +
**Searching for images: The public domain
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**Licensing artwork
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**Searching for images: Stock websites
  
Introduction: [[Read Me!]] Introduction
 
 
Introduction to Digital Foundations
 
Introduction to Operating Systems
 
Introduction to Bauhaus
 
 
[[Chapter 1 CS4]]: The Metaphor of Using Graphics Applications
 
 
Formal Principles: Dynamic and Static Compositions, Movement versus Stillness
 
Visual References: Amedeo Modigliani, Egon Schiele
 
Technical:
 
Welcome to the OS, Common Metaphors
 
Opening, saving and closing files with Adobe Illustrator
 
Creating a dynamic composition in Adobe Illustrator
 
Rectangle Shape Tool
 
Fill and Stroke
 
Select Tool
 
Master Files and Naming Conventions
 
[[Chapter 2 CS4]]: Searching and Sampling - Becoming an Expert Web User
 
 
Formal Principles: Copyright, Fair Use, Appropriation
 
Visual References: Marcel Duchamp, Kenneth Ti
 
Technical:
 
Searching for images: Filtering search engines
 
Saving images from the web to the harddrive
 
Searching for images: The public domain
 
Licensing artwork
 
Searching for images: Stock websites
 
 
=Adobe Illustrator=
 
=Adobe Illustrator=
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<p><b>[[Chapter 3 CS4]]: Symmetry</b>
 +
</p>
 +
*Formal Principles: Symmetry, Asymmetry, Focal Point, Passive and Active Negative Space
 +
*Visual References: The Bookman (Advertisement), Leonardo da Vinci, Adalpertus
 +
*Technical:
 +
**Copy, Paste, and Move Objects with Key Commands
 +
**Short-cuts and Key Commands
 +
**Grouping and Ungrouping
 +
**Locking Layers
 +
**Fill and Outline
 +
**Scaling with the Selection Tool
 +
**Align Palette
 +
<p><b>[[Chapter 4 CS4]]: Type on the Grid</b>
 +
</p>
 +
*Formal Principles: Line, Plane, Balance, The Grid, Type Basics
 +
*Visual References: Theo van Doesburg, STILL NEED ONE MORE [we wanted:Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Piet Modrian, Jan Tschichold, Wolfgang Weingart] [we found: Theo van Doesburg, El Lissitzky, Leonardo da Vinci, August Macke]
 +
*Technical:
 +
**Repositioning Rulers
 +
**Line Tool
 +
**Using the Type Tool for Headlines and Text Boxes
 +
**Justification, Leading, Kerning
 +
**Zoom Tool, Hand Tool
 +
**Introduction to the Direct Select Tool
 +
<br /><p><b>[[Chapter 5 CS4]]: Color Theory and Basic Shapes</b>
 +
</p>
 +
*Formal Principles: Color Models, Relationships on the Wheel, Hue, Value, Saturation
 +
*Visual References: Johannes Itten (color wheel), Joseph Albers, Jahre Deutscher Werkbund, Edouard Manet, and Vincent Van Gogh
 +
*Technical:
 +
**Custom Document
 +
**Artboard
 +
**Rulers and Guides
 +
**Shape Tools
 +
**Selecting Objects
 +
**RGB and CMYK Color Palette
 +
**Creating Tints and Shades
 +
**Copying and Moving shapes
 +
**Tools and Palettes
 +
<b>[[Chapter 6 CS4]]: Line Art and Flat Graphics</b>
 +
*Formal Principles: Gesture Drawings, Line, Weight, Texture, Atmospheric Perspective
 +
*Visual References: A Diagram from Harper's Bazar and Ronen Eidelman
 +
*Technical:
 +
**Pen Tool
 +
**Anchor Points and Bezier Handles
 +
**Convert Anchor Point Tool
 +
**Vector graphics
 +
**Selection Tool vs. Direct Selection Tool
 +
**Clipping Mask
  
[[Chapter 3 CS4]]: Color Theory and Basic Shapes
+
=Photoshop=
 
+
<p><b>[[Chapter 7 CS4]]: Scanning</b>
Formal Principles: Color Models, Relationships on the Wheel, Hue, Value, Saturation
+
</p>
Visual References: Johannes Itten (color wheel), Joseph Albers, Edouard Manet
+
*Formal Principles: Photograms and Scanograms, Abstraction
Technical:
+
*Visual References:Anna Atkins, Lemons (unknown artist)
Custom Document
+
*Technical:
Artboard
+
**Scanning objects
Rulers and Guides
+
**Photoshop Palette Basics
Shape Tools
+
**Pixels and Raster Images
Selecting Objects
+
**Resolution  
RGB and CMYK Color Palette
+
**Image File Formats: PSD, TIF
Creating Tints and Shades
+
**History Palette
Copying and Moving shapes
+
**Basic Image Adjustments
Tools and Palettes
+
<p><b>[[Chapter 8 CS4]]: Tonal Scale</b>
Chapter 4 Sandbox: Type on the Grid
+
</p>
 
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*Formal Principles: Contrast, Value and Tonal Scale in Photography
Formal Principles: Line, Plane, Balance, The Grid, Type Basics
+
*Visual References: Nicéphore Niépce, Dorthea Lange
Visual References: Theo van Doesburg, STILL NEED ONE MORE [we wanted:Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Piet Modrian, Jan Tschichold, Wolfgang Weingart] [we found: Theo van Doesburg, El Lissitzky, Leonardo da Vinci, August Macke]
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*Technical:
Technical:
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**Downloading Images from the Camera
Repositioning Rulers
+
**Unsharp Mask
Line Tool
+
**Image Size
Using the Type Tool for Headlines and Text Boxes
+
**Understanding the Histogram  
Justification, Leading, Kerning
+
**Levels and Curves
Zoom Tool, Hand Tool
+
**Hue and Saturation
Introduction to the Direct Select Tool
+
<p><b>[[Chapter 9 CS4]]: Layering and Collage</b>
[[Chapter 5 CS4]]: Symmetry
+
</p>
 
+
*Formal Principles: Scale, Hierarchy, Collage, Double Exposure, Exquisite Corpse
Formal Principles: Symmetry, Asymmetry, Focal Point, Passive and Active Negative Space
+
*Visual References: Hippolyte Bayard, El Lissitzky, Henry Van der Weyde
Visual References: The Bookman (Advertisement) and Leonardo da Vinci
+
*Technical:
Technical:
+
**Free Transform, Scaling,  
Copy, Paste, and Move Objects with Key Commands
+
**Layer Palette
Short-cuts and Key Commands
+
**Cropping  
Grouping and Ungrouping
+
**Adjustment Layer
Locking Layers
+
**Layer Groups
Fill and Outline
+
**Merging Layers
Scaling with the Selection Tool
+
<p><b>[[Chapter 10 CS4]]: Repetition and Cloning</b>
Align Palette
+
</p>
 
+
*Formal Principles: Unity, Harmony
[[Chapter 6 CS4]]: Line Art and Flat Graphics
+
*Visual References: The Anti-Advertising Agency, The Billboard Liberation Front
 
+
*Technical:
Formal Principles: Gesture Drawings, Line, Weight, Texture, Atmospheric Perspective
+
**Type Tool
Visual References: A Diagram from Harper's Bazar and Ronen Eidelman
+
**Layer Styles
Technical:
+
**Cloning  
Pen Tool
+
**Layer Groups  
Anchor Points and Bezier Handles
+
**Duplicating and Flattening  
Convert Anchor Point Tool
+
**Rasterizing and Creating Outlines
Vector graphics
+
<p><b>[[Chapter 11 CS4]]: Non-Destructive Editing</b>
Selection Tool vs. Direct Selection Tool
+
</p>
Clipping Mask
+
*Formal Principles: Chaos, Anti-Order
Live Trace (I DIDN'T GET TO THIS - WE CAN ADD IT HERE IF WE HAVE TO)
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<p>Visual Examples: Philippe Halsman and Kurt Schwitters
==PhotoShop==
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</p>
 
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*Quick Masks
[[Chapter 7 CS4]]: Scanning
+
*Saving Selections
 
+
*Channel Palette
Formal Principles: Photograms and Scanograms, Abstraction
+
*Layer Masks
Visual References:Anna Atkins, Lemons (unknown artist)
+
*Shape Tool
Technical:
+
*Path Palette
Scanning objects
+
*Adjustment Layers  
Photoshop Palette Basics
+
*Clipping Groups
Pixels and Raster Images
+
<p><b>[[Chapter 12 CS4]]: Digital Output for the Web</b>
Resolution
+
</p>
Image File Formats: PSD, TIF
+
*Formal Principles: Low-fi &amp; Dirt Style
History Palette
+
*Visual References: Whitehouse.gov, Pizzahut.com
Basic Image Adjustments
+
*Technical:
[[Chapter 8 CS4]]: Tonal Scale
+
**Resolution  
 
+
**Image Size  
Formal Principles: Contrast, Value and Tonal Scale in Photography
+
**Save for web  
Visual References: Nicéphore Niépce, Dorthea Lange
+
**File Formats: JPG, GIF
Technical:
+
**File Size/Download Time
Downloading Images from the Camera
+
Unsharp Mask
+
Image Size
+
Understanding the Histogram
+
Levels and Curves
+
Hue and Saturation
+
[[Chapter 9 CS4]]: Layering and Collage
+
 
+
Formal Principles: Scale, Hierarchy, Collage, Double Exposure, Exquisite Corpse
+
Visual References: Hippolyte Bayard, El Lissitzky
+
Technical:
+
Free Transform, Scaling,
+
Layer Palette
+
Cropping
+
Adjustment Layer
+
Layer Groups
+
Merging Layers
+
[[Chapter 10 CS4]]: Repetition and Cloning
+
 
+
Formal Principles: Unity, Harmony
+
Visual References: The Anti-Advertising Agency, Bansky, The Billboard Liberation Front, The Bubble Project (depending on who gives us rights)
+
Technical:
+
Type Tool
+
Layer Styles
+
Cloning
+
Layer Groups
+
Duplicating and Flattening
+
Rasterizing and Creating Outlines
+
[[Chapter 11 CS4]]: Non-Destructive Editing
+
 
+
Formal Principles: Chaos, Anti-Order
+
Visual Examples: Theo Van Doesburg (presumed) and Kurt Schwitters [we wanted: F.T. Marinetti, Hannah Höch, Martha Rossler]
+
 
+
Quick Masks
+
Saving Selections
+
Channel Palette
+
Layer Masks
+
Shape Tool
+
Path Palette
+
Adjustment Layers
+
Clipping Groups
+
[[Chapter 12 CS4]]: Digital Output for the Web
+
 
+
Formal Principles: Low-fi & Dirt Style
+
Visual References: Michael Bell-Smith, Olia Lialina, Marisa Olson, Nasty-Nets
+
Technical:
+
Resolution
+
Image Size
+
Save for web
+
File Formats: JPG, GIF
+
File Size/Download Time
+
==InDesign==
+
 
+
[[Chapter 13 CS4]]: Multiple Pages: Unity
+
 
+
Formal Principles: Sequence, Repetition, Harmony
+
Visual References: NONE YET - Saul Bass, Alexey Brodovitch, Muriel Cooper, Quentin Fiore
+
Technical:
+
Creating a New Document
+
Pages Palette
+
Master Pages
+
Rulers and Guides
+
Type Tool
+
Color Palette
+
Linking Text Boxes
+
Exporting a PDF
+
[[Chapter 14 CS4]]: Multiple Pages: Chaos, Tension, Disarray
+
 
+
Formal Principles: Deconstruction, Disarray
+
Visual References: NONE YET - Neville Brody, Émigré Magazine (Rudy VanderLands and Zuzana Licko), Ray Gun Magazine (David Carson)
+
Technical:
+
Placing Images and Text
+
Text Frame Breaks
+
Creating a Character Style
+
Leading, Kerning, Hyphenation
+
Eyedropper Tool
+
Modifying a Text Box with the Direct Select Tool
+
Modifying Text Box Settings
+
==Dreamweaver==
+
 
+
[[Chapter 15 CS4]]: Hello World
+
 
+
Formal Principles: Code as Aesthetics
+
Visual References: Jodi's wwwwwwwww.jodi.org, Superbad
+
Technical:
+
Hello World via TextEdit
+
Hello World in Dreamweaver
+
Editing versus Previewing
+
File Naming Conventions
+
Basic Text Formatting (H1, Strong, Em)
+
Choosing Colors (sidebar: CSS)
+
[[Chapter 16 CS4]]: Files and Servers
+
 
+
Formal Principles: Network Logic
+
Visual References: JODI's 404, MTAA's Internet Art Diagram, Lisa Jevbratt, RSG/Alex Galloway's Carnivore
+
Technical:
+
Defining a Site
+
Uploading to a Server
+
Webhosting
+
[[Chapter 17 CS4]]: Form and Content on the Web
+
 
+
Formal Principles: Appropriation and Collage Online
+
Visual References: Heath Bunting's "Own, Be Owned or Remain Invisible", Mark Napier
+
Technical:
+
Images
+
Links
+
Point to File
+
Absolute vs Relative URLs
+
Adding YouTube video V in Video should be Capitalized
+
==Flash==
+
 
+
[[Chapter 18 CS4]]: Elements of Motion
+
 
+
Formal Principles: Time and Rhythm
+
Visual References: Oskar Fischinger, 4/4 Time
+
Technical:
+
Frames and Keyframes
+
Shape Tween
+
Document Properties
+
Publishing
+
[[Chapter 19 CS4]]: Pacing
+
 
+
Formal Principles: Motion, Speed and Stillness
+
Visual References: Lotte Reiniger, Walter Ruttmann
+
Technical:
+
Symbols
+
Library
+
Motion Tween
+
Instances
+
[[Chapter 20 CS4]]: Commanding the Timeline: ActionScript
+
  
Formal Principles: Game Theory, Play Logic
+
=InDesign=
Visual References: Space Invaders, Natalie Bookchin's Intruder, McVideoGame (www.mcvideogame.com), Eric Zimmerman's SissyFight 2000
+
<p><b>[[Chapter 13 CS4]]: Multiple Pages: Unity</b>
Technical:
+
</p>
onClick
+
*Formal Principles: Sequence, Repetition, Harmony
gotoAndPlay
+
*Visual References: NONE YET - Saul Bass, Alexey Brodovitch, Muriel Cooper, Quentin Fiore
Play
+
*Technical:
Stop
+
**Creating a New Document
 +
**Pages Palette
 +
**Master Pages
 +
**Rulers and Guides
 +
**Type Tool
 +
**Color Palette
 +
**Linking Text Boxes
 +
**Exporting a PDF
 +
<p><b>[[Chapter 14 CS4]]: Multiple Pages: Chaos, Tension, Disarray</b>
 +
</p>
 +
*Formal Principles: Deconstruction, Disarray
 +
*Visual References: NONE YET - Neville Brody, Émigré Magazine (Rudy VanderLands and Zuzana Licko), Ray Gun Magazine (David Carson)
 +
*Technical:
 +
**Placing Images and Text
 +
**Text Frame Breaks
 +
**Creating a Character Style
 +
**Leading, Kerning, Hyphenation
 +
**Eyedropper Tool
 +
**Modifying a Text Box with the Direct Select Tool
 +
**Modifying Text Box Settings
 +
=Dreamweaver=
 +
<p><b>[[Chapter 15 CS4]]: Hello World</b>
 +
</p>
 +
*Formal Principles: Code as Aesthetics
 +
*Visual References: Jodi's wwwwwwwww.jodi.org, Heath Bunting
 +
*Technical:
 +
**Hello World via TextEdit
 +
**Hello World in Dreamweaver
 +
**Editing versus Previewing
 +
**File Naming Conventions
 +
**Basic Text Formatting (H1, Strong, Em)
 +
**Choosing Colors (sidebar: CSS)
 +
<p><b>[[Chapter 16 CS4]]: Files and Servers</b>
 +
</p>
 +
*Formal Principles: Network Logic
 +
*Visual References: MTAA's Internet Art Diagram
 +
*Technical:
 +
**Defining a Site
 +
**Uploading to a Server
 +
**Webhosting
 +
<p><b>[[Chapter 17 CS4]]: Form and Content on the Web</b>
 +
</p>
 +
*Formal Principles: Appropriation and Collage Online
 +
*Visual References: A List Apart, Craigslist.com
 +
*Technical:
 +
**Images
 +
**Links
 +
**Point to File
 +
**Absolute vs Relative URLs
 +
**Adding YouTube video  V in Video should be Capitalized
 +
=Flash=
 +
<p><b>[[Chapter 18 CS4]]: Elements of Motion</b>
 +
</p>
 +
*Formal Principles: Time and Rhythm
 +
*Visual References: NONE
 +
*Technical:
 +
**Frames and Keyframes
 +
**Shape Tween
 +
**Document Properties
 +
**Publishing
 +
<p><b>[[Chapter 19 CS4]]: Pacing</b>
 +
</p>
 +
*Formal Principles: Motion, Speed and Stillness
 +
*Visual References:  Hans Richter, Lillian Schwartz
 +
*Technical:
 +
**Symbols
 +
**Library
 +
**Motion Tween
 +
**Instances
 +
<p><b>[[Chapter 20 CS4]]: Commanding the Timeline: ActionScript</b>
 +
</p>
 +
*Formal Principles: Game Theory, Play Logic
 +
*Visual References: Spacewar, Trigger Happy
 +
*Technical:
 +
**onClick  
 +
**gotoAndPlay  
 +
**Play  
 +
**Stop

Latest revision as of 10:40, 12 February 2013

First Steps

Introduction: Read Me!

  • Introduction to Digital Foundations
  • Introduction to Operating Systems
  • Introduction to Bauhaus

Chapter 1 CS4: The Metaphor of Using Graphics Applications

  • Formal Principles: Dynamic and Static Compositions, Movement versus Stillness
  • Visual References: Egon Schiele
  • Technical:
    • Welcome to the OS, Common Metaphors
    • Opening, saving and closing files with Adobe Illustrator
    • Creating a dynamic composition in Adobe Illustrator
    • Rectangle Shape Tool
    • Fill and Stroke
    • Select Tool
    • Master Files and Naming Conventions

Chapter 2 CS4: Searching and Sampling - Becoming an Expert Web User

  • Formal Principles: Copyright, Fair Use, Appropriation
  • Visual References: Marcel Duchamp, Kenneth Tinkin-Hung
  • Technical:
    • Searching for images: Filtering search engines
    • Saving images from the web to the harddrive
    • Searching for images: The public domain
    • Licensing artwork
    • Searching for images: Stock websites

Adobe Illustrator

Chapter 3 CS4: Symmetry

  • Formal Principles: Symmetry, Asymmetry, Focal Point, Passive and Active Negative Space
  • Visual References: The Bookman (Advertisement), Leonardo da Vinci, Adalpertus
  • Technical:
    • Copy, Paste, and Move Objects with Key Commands
    • Short-cuts and Key Commands
    • Grouping and Ungrouping
    • Locking Layers
    • Fill and Outline
    • Scaling with the Selection Tool
    • Align Palette

Chapter 4 CS4: Type on the Grid

  • Formal Principles: Line, Plane, Balance, The Grid, Type Basics
  • Visual References: Theo van Doesburg, STILL NEED ONE MORE [we wanted:Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Piet Modrian, Jan Tschichold, Wolfgang Weingart] [we found: Theo van Doesburg, El Lissitzky, Leonardo da Vinci, August Macke]
  • Technical:
    • Repositioning Rulers
    • Line Tool
    • Using the Type Tool for Headlines and Text Boxes
    • Justification, Leading, Kerning
    • Zoom Tool, Hand Tool
    • Introduction to the Direct Select Tool

Chapter 5 CS4: Color Theory and Basic Shapes

  • Formal Principles: Color Models, Relationships on the Wheel, Hue, Value, Saturation
  • Visual References: Johannes Itten (color wheel), Joseph Albers, Jahre Deutscher Werkbund, Edouard Manet, and Vincent Van Gogh
  • Technical:
    • Custom Document
    • Artboard
    • Rulers and Guides
    • Shape Tools
    • Selecting Objects
    • RGB and CMYK Color Palette
    • Creating Tints and Shades
    • Copying and Moving shapes
    • Tools and Palettes

Chapter 6 CS4: Line Art and Flat Graphics

  • Formal Principles: Gesture Drawings, Line, Weight, Texture, Atmospheric Perspective
  • Visual References: A Diagram from Harper's Bazar and Ronen Eidelman
  • Technical:
    • Pen Tool
    • Anchor Points and Bezier Handles
    • Convert Anchor Point Tool
    • Vector graphics
    • Selection Tool vs. Direct Selection Tool
    • Clipping Mask

Photoshop

Chapter 7 CS4: Scanning

  • Formal Principles: Photograms and Scanograms, Abstraction
  • Visual References:Anna Atkins, Lemons (unknown artist)
  • Technical:
    • Scanning objects
    • Photoshop Palette Basics
    • Pixels and Raster Images
    • Resolution
    • Image File Formats: PSD, TIF
    • History Palette
    • Basic Image Adjustments

Chapter 8 CS4: Tonal Scale

  • Formal Principles: Contrast, Value and Tonal Scale in Photography
  • Visual References: Nicéphore Niépce, Dorthea Lange
  • Technical:
    • Downloading Images from the Camera
    • Unsharp Mask
    • Image Size
    • Understanding the Histogram
    • Levels and Curves
    • Hue and Saturation

Chapter 9 CS4: Layering and Collage

  • Formal Principles: Scale, Hierarchy, Collage, Double Exposure, Exquisite Corpse
  • Visual References: Hippolyte Bayard, El Lissitzky, Henry Van der Weyde
  • Technical:
    • Free Transform, Scaling,
    • Layer Palette
    • Cropping
    • Adjustment Layer
    • Layer Groups
    • Merging Layers

Chapter 10 CS4: Repetition and Cloning

  • Formal Principles: Unity, Harmony
  • Visual References: The Anti-Advertising Agency, The Billboard Liberation Front
  • Technical:
    • Type Tool
    • Layer Styles
    • Cloning
    • Layer Groups
    • Duplicating and Flattening
    • Rasterizing and Creating Outlines

Chapter 11 CS4: Non-Destructive Editing

  • Formal Principles: Chaos, Anti-Order

Visual Examples: Philippe Halsman and Kurt Schwitters

  • Quick Masks
  • Saving Selections
  • Channel Palette
  • Layer Masks
  • Shape Tool
  • Path Palette
  • Adjustment Layers
  • Clipping Groups

Chapter 12 CS4: Digital Output for the Web

  • Formal Principles: Low-fi & Dirt Style
  • Visual References: Whitehouse.gov, Pizzahut.com
  • Technical:
    • Resolution
    • Image Size
    • Save for web
    • File Formats: JPG, GIF
    • File Size/Download Time

InDesign

Chapter 13 CS4: Multiple Pages: Unity

  • Formal Principles: Sequence, Repetition, Harmony
  • Visual References: NONE YET - Saul Bass, Alexey Brodovitch, Muriel Cooper, Quentin Fiore
  • Technical:
    • Creating a New Document
    • Pages Palette
    • Master Pages
    • Rulers and Guides
    • Type Tool
    • Color Palette
    • Linking Text Boxes
    • Exporting a PDF

Chapter 14 CS4: Multiple Pages: Chaos, Tension, Disarray

  • Formal Principles: Deconstruction, Disarray
  • Visual References: NONE YET - Neville Brody, Émigré Magazine (Rudy VanderLands and Zuzana Licko), Ray Gun Magazine (David Carson)
  • Technical:
    • Placing Images and Text
    • Text Frame Breaks
    • Creating a Character Style
    • Leading, Kerning, Hyphenation
    • Eyedropper Tool
    • Modifying a Text Box with the Direct Select Tool
    • Modifying Text Box Settings

Dreamweaver

Chapter 15 CS4: Hello World

  • Formal Principles: Code as Aesthetics
  • Visual References: Jodi's wwwwwwwww.jodi.org, Heath Bunting
  • Technical:
    • Hello World via TextEdit
    • Hello World in Dreamweaver
    • Editing versus Previewing
    • File Naming Conventions
    • Basic Text Formatting (H1, Strong, Em)
    • Choosing Colors (sidebar: CSS)

Chapter 16 CS4: Files and Servers

  • Formal Principles: Network Logic
  • Visual References: MTAA's Internet Art Diagram
  • Technical:
    • Defining a Site
    • Uploading to a Server
    • Webhosting

Chapter 17 CS4: Form and Content on the Web

  • Formal Principles: Appropriation and Collage Online
  • Visual References: A List Apart, Craigslist.com
  • Technical:
    • Images
    • Links
    • Point to File
    • Absolute vs Relative URLs
    • Adding YouTube video V in Video should be Capitalized

Flash

Chapter 18 CS4: Elements of Motion

  • Formal Principles: Time and Rhythm
  • Visual References: NONE
  • Technical:
    • Frames and Keyframes
    • Shape Tween
    • Document Properties
    • Publishing

Chapter 19 CS4: Pacing

  • Formal Principles: Motion, Speed and Stillness
  • Visual References: Hans Richter, Lillian Schwartz
  • Technical:
    • Symbols
    • Library
    • Motion Tween
    • Instances

Chapter 20 CS4: Commanding the Timeline: ActionScript

  • Formal Principles: Game Theory, Play Logic
  • Visual References: Spacewar, Trigger Happy
  • Technical:
    • onClick
    • gotoAndPlay
    • Play
    • Stop