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  1. Unit 2 Communication Techniques Kieron Bailey

  2. 1. find a quote on films/movies • 2.  open up photoshop • 3. open up a new document in photoshop>A3 portrait>in the  background with your chosen colour • 4. On your concrete wall document>click>select>Colour range> Mid Tones. • 5 . If too much is selected then cancel the task>Click>Cancel, Then Choose/click>image>adjustments>Brightness & Contrast • 6. change the level so not too much is selected • 7. click> ok • 8. click>Select>colour Range> Mid Tones> OK • 9. The computer will cut out tone areas>Copy this onto your  A3 document • 10. To change the colour> add a new layer> use fill tool to colour it in. • 11. then right click> on the layer and> click> clipping mask • 12. then add 3 shapes into the background using> shape tool-use different colours and various sizes • 13. add in your quote>Each word of your quote should be on an individual layer. What I did

  3. Here is my first attempt at designing the typographical poster • This is my first plan out which helps me know how I want it like  I used 2 different colours for the texts and old press font to make the type look old. • I used the Earth Kid font for the word ‘New’ and used the colors black white and brown and blue for background. • I used the Old Press font for the rest of the quote. Initial Designs

  4. Developing a final Design

  5. Firstly I found a quote I liked from a director who's film's I have always liked, the director was Steven Spielberg. • Next, I had to create a background by getting a concrete wall, I then  chose a colour and merged them together, thus creating a background. • To create the text on my poster I went to a website called and picked out different fonts of my choosing, choosing a different font for each word. • Because Imade each word a different layer I was able to manipulate each word individually. Firstly i changed the size and orientation of each word. I then changed the colours of the words, I had about 3 or 4 complimentary colours. For example in my second poster I used a font for the word 'time' that represents the look of a digital watch Developing a final Design

  6. Here are my two final pieces for the project called 'Creation'. I have taken two quotes about films and movies and created two typographical graphic design pieces. Poster Quote A Poster Quote B My Final Pieces

  7. My favourite poster design is Poster Quote B because i have used more than 1 font and the colours stand out more. You can also see the brick effect background more on Quote Poster B which isn't as clear on Poster Quote A. • If i were to do another one i'd like to do it in a retro look. I would make it black and white and find some retro fonts to put on it. This poster is made for young people who like bright colours and films Evaluation

  8. Thought: First, information exists in the mind of the sender. This could be a concept, idea, information or even feelings. • Encoding: Next, a message is sent to a receiver in words or other symbols. • Decoding: Lastly, the receiver translates the words or symbols into a concept or information that a person can understand. How Communication Works

  9. Oral Communication: Referring to spoken verbal communication, it can also include visual aids and non-verbal elements to support the communication process. • Non verbal Communication: Referring to body language, posture or facial expression. • Written Communication: communication has evolved through continuing progression of technology. It can be divided into three ‘revolutions.’ • 1. Writing in the form of pictographs (not yet mobile.) • 2. Writing appeared on paper, papyrus, clay, wax (mobile) • 3. Controlled waves (radio, infra red, microwave.) Different types of communication

  10. Receiver Message Sender How communication works This is a diagram of how communication works into three simple stages.