Thinking of putting someone on camera? Start by thinking about their attire and body language.
The video brief is important because it helps creators fine tune their vision for each video. However, there has to be a balance; too much structure can stifle creativity. The trick, keep it short.
In graphic design, understanding the project’s “canvas” size is important. In addition to the US standard sizes there is an international standard known as ISO 216. It has a variety of paper series and extensions.
There are no printers that can print to the edge of a paper. The work around, put the design on a larger piece of paper and cut it down to size.
Most artists understand the size and shape of their canvas before they start. Graphic design allows more flexibility; with a few clicks, I can make my canvas any size I want. However, with a little foresight and planning, this knowledge can help you make size choices that are cost effective for your project.
Paper can have multiple characteristics. The trick is choosing the right combination for your final product. This article focuses on paper weight & thickness.
Once you have created the branding elements, it becomes a matter of combining them.
While I was in college, I got to create the branding for the UVU CareerPassport program. It was a really fun project, I got to create an actual passport and stamp set for the program.
I wrote this video style guide while I was working at bChannels.
When creating a brand there are several factors you should consider before deciding which social network is right for your brand.