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Corporate Identity Assignment

Discussion in 'Classroom Assignments' started by Fred Weiss, Oct 27, 2006.

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  1. Replicator

    Replicator Major Contributor

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  2. Ken

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    Marvelous...

    This layout/design could easily be litigated , here in Canada anyhow, as the company name could be confused with a similar business. Also, I did not check to see if meat.com is an actual website. But its just an exercise anyhow. The photos in the layout are from Corel.
    Bon appetit!
    Ken
     

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  3. Replicator

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  4. jimdes

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    Today's youth have it so hard . . . . remember 9600 baud modems, 8Mb RAM max, DX2-100 micro processors and 8 bit monitors? Man, those were the days! Oh yeah, and we waited 24 hours or better to render a 3-D model . . .
     

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  5. Shovelhead

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    That's some classy.........

    stuff you have there Replicator.
    :help:
     
  6. Former member

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    Another Attempt
     

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  7. Geary

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    Really.


    Don't tell me....is that suggesting what I think it's suggesting? OMG, what a perv!!!
     
  8. Fred Weiss

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    Will we be seeing your entry soon Mr. Geary?
     
  9. Replicator

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    Last one - I promise,

    but to SHOVELHEAD ALL IN GOOD FUN RIGHT ?

    And to Geary, Thats NOT What you think it is at all . . . ! Whatever your THINKING . . . !

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  10. Shovelhead

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    Sorry........

    decapitated dogs or whatever it is borders on bad taste in my book.
    Had I submitted that.... I'd be ridiculed here.
    You're new here....noone speaks their mind as not to offend you.
     
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  11. Dale's Signs

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    Hello Fred, what size do I need to make my designs, so they will fit
     
  12. Fred Weiss

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    No larger than 800 x 800 pixels and in RGB color mode.
     
  13. iSign

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    Dale, your short questions don't have short answers.
    If you need help figuring out how to prepare an image for uploading, I suggest you help those who will be helping you by identifying what you do know to make it easier to help with what you don't know.

    For instance, you do know that you need to upload an image that can be viewed on the web, so what are your intentions, do you plan to create a .jpg file from your design?

    What programs do you have? Will you be designing in Illustrator and exporting as a .jpg

    Or do you have Photoshop? Will you be able to open your design in photoshop?

    If you can open in photoshop, you can pull down the "image" menu & choose "image size" from there you can specify 72 dpi AND you can specify the height & width in PIXELS. Don't worry about inches, you need a rastor image made of pixels, so you should be able to identify the pixel dimensions.

    If you don't have the programs or the knowledge to check your pixel dimension, but you do have a .jpg file, you can look below the box where you enter a reply & click on the "manage attachments" button. This is where you can upload an image to signs101 directly from your computer. If it is too large, a box will pop up & notify you what dimension you tried to upload. This would help you determin if you should shrink it 75%, or 50% before you try again.
     
  14. Dale's Signs

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    Ok, I'll try this again
     

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  15. Dale's Signs

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    Thanks, Doug I am really new to this computer stuff so, please bear with me. I am willing to learn. Most everything I learned I will remember or try to lol again thanks for the input.
     
  16. Fred Weiss

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    Only 55 hours remaining to get your entry submitted. What are you waiting for???

    :beer :signs101:
     
  17. Gino

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    Now that was what I call incentive. BEER !! Now I'm ready to 'gulp' start gett'gulp'ing to 'gulp' work on 'hic-up' on, on, on ?? theeess 'gulp' sin-n-n-g. AH-h-h-h:Sleeping:
     
  18. Steve C.

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    There are some really fantastic ideas submitted. But, Not many have really
    stuck with the theme Exterminator/Meat Packers.
     
  19. Checkers

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    Hey Steve,
    Check the origial assignment, Fred laid out some specific details.

    Anothe submission is below :)

    Checkers
     

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  20. Fred Weiss

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    Only 39 hours to go. :Coffee:
     
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