I did have fun with this. I usually do family newsletters in Word but this was way more fun!
My inspiration to get through this last week: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/575686764838675837/ and this…
First off, sorry everyone for not submitting my draft on Wednesday. Had an issue come up and it caused me to be late. I too enjoyed this assignment and can use it for a work events form I have to create. HOWEVER, my version of adobe at home only showed a few radial buttons when I went to open in pdf. Totally bummed!
Here is how it looks as a jpeg. I created a drop down box under residence description which does not show here.
this is a neat layout for an ad page https://tamhouetin.com/design/levis-email-dress/
so is this:
In spirit of the arctic man weekend I thought I would combine various pictures I have of my family winter outings. The background is a picture I took of the HooDoo mountains and my son is featured in the center on a trip we did down in Cantwell powder playing. The green sled is of a graphic he downloaded years ago when he made a “wish list”.
I was kinda getting peeved – the title of my cover would not show the text in yellow. If I hid the background it would show yellow but as soon as I made the background visible again it would go light blue – Took me damn near an hour to figure out what was going on. While playing around with the overlay and opacity features – I forgot to return the font back to NORMAL and 100%.
Trying to figure out what I want to do, I looked for inspiration on pinit. Pinned a few but really like this one. Makes me think of my dad (may he rest in peace) – he loved trains and was into model trains~
I too was wondering how to create the star burst and as I posted on a comment – use UAF’s library web page and go to lynda https://www.lynda.com.proxy.library.uaf.edu/sdk/InDesign-tutorials/InDesign-CS6-Essential-Training/96305-2.html
You learn a lot from the videos. The text book assignments help but they have preformed graphics and I get frustrated wanting to know HOW to make the graphic 🙂
Along with printing – be aware of changes saving to pdf. My circle on my second image did not show like it did in the ID view.