UALR VIP DAY
UALR VIP Day
ON: February 06, 2014
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VIP Day is annual event sponsored by the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at UALR. VIP Day provides information about UALR for scholarship-eligible high school students and their parents. It is an all-day event that includes special mini-classes for students and sessions regarding life at UALR for parents. My main goal for this project was to create a marketing campaign that alerted students of the date and time for this event. All print material was designed using Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Photoshop. Each card included a QR code (abbreviated from...
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UALR DEPARTMENT OF RHETORIC AND WRITING
UALR Department of Rhetoric and Writing
ON: February 03, 2014
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This project was created in response to the lack of recruiting material for the Rhetoric and Writing Department at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR). I began redesigning a previous flier created by Dr. Karen Kuralt, Graduate Coordinator of the Rhetoric and Writing Department. The goal of this project was to create material that concisely describes classes offered at the graduate level of the Rhetoric and Writing Department. The flier informs prospective and current graduate students of the variety of courses the department offers. I primarily focused on creating a...
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PREZI SOFTWARE DOCUMENTATION
Prezi Software Documentation
ON: February 01, 2014
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The Adobe RoboHelp Project was designed under the supervision of Dr. Karen Kuralt and was designed to provide students with helpful information about how to use Prezi for presentations, useful tips when designing presentations, and the differences between a Prezi and a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. Though Microsoft PowerPoint is the premier software that has been used widely for presentations, it doesn’t offer the interactive applications. Prezi can achieve by utilizing a single, non-linear canvas during a presentation. Prezi offers impressive theme arrangements, larger-than-life text,...
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QUILLS & PIXELS
Quills & Pixels
ON: January 31, 2014
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RHET 5347 Topics in Nonfiction Writing gives students the opportunity to gain editing experience working on the Rhetoric and Writing Department’s annual publication, Quills & Pixels. The publication is student edited and managed under the supervision of Dr. Charles Anderson, featuring non-fiction pieces from students, faculty, or previous alumni of UALR. The course allows students to learn about editing for publication from acquisition to final production, which includes print and layout design. My main goal when working on this project was to create a cover design that was...
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