In many ways, this week has been extremely difficult. I haven’t been home for the majority of the week, so I haven’t had much time to finish all of the homework. I was looking over my to-do list for the week and, to be honest, I didn’t think it was that difficult. But I was mistaken; it wasn’t difficult, but it took much longer than I imagined. I planned to take things carefully at first and work my way up until the conclusion of the week. I was thinking about other things I needed to do for other classes and decided to take it easy for the first few days. I began by completing the daily creates and reviewing the links related to the assignments. The first half of the week was uneventful, but then came the crunch. I realized I only have one day to get started on my homework before I depart for the long weekend in Tennessee.
I made the decision to snap images when traveling in order to make the most of my time away. Fortunately, I got more than I asked for, and it turns out that spontaneous excursions aren’t as horrible as they seem. I’ve traveled to many locations in Tennessee and discovered various things that I could photograph. Finding the prerequisites for the assignments was not difficult for me. The Design Blitz was the only thing that took me a long time. I needed to find several objects that displayed various designs, and the most of them weren’t even close to being poor. As a result, I had to take extra shots for each design, and I believe I came up with some decent ones. The most essential thing I can say is that I was unable to complete the GIF assignment. I followed the directions, downloaded the software, and even started making a GIF, but it didn’t work. Because mine is a MacBook and the instructions were written in Windows, there could have been some variations. Aside from that, I think I performed fairly well.
The Following are the assignments I made for this week:
Reflection of Vignelli’s Article