Week #3 – Information / Resources

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Welcome to MMA100 Week #3!

We’re BACK!

Here is this week’s useful information and class resources:

Need a recap of  Week #2 – Go Here

***Here is the ZOOM recording of last week’s class with the Assignment #1 Tutorial for Part 1.

https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/SnDZH9Ul4BFGtZx6K8Tfd4jrzS1GXOXZxcdNKKgUzzBThy3vJE4a_F8Sp1KsUo3G.ehja0-A6upzQfaSw

Passcode: ukm3YY$!

Here is the class video tutorial for Assignment #1 Part 2 – from class on 2/17/21

https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/kp9sDGYFBI5yLdlxpyyaUha1zckEOyPfNpTsGTeVxfo6sI5G7oZyialaDYnAbc0.cvXaGfqjb8owApgg

Passcode: &T=9QU3#

Last week we covered a lot of information and we began to get acclimated with Adobe photoshop, our workspace and our first assignment, we also went over our class website structure again. I shared a recorded video tutorial about our first assignment / project here in MMA 100. Did you find the video helpful (its also above and under the Assignment #1 page)? How can I make these better? Leave your comments below.

Did you add or submit your work in progress of part 1 of Assignment #1 to our google drive folder? Remember, I would really like for you to keep your work in progress here as we can dialog about it together outside of our class time on zoom. The google-drive link is located on our blackboard course page (create a folder with your first and last name).

In our Zoom class discussion tonight we will start our class by reviewing the student works in progress by presenting our work in process. Lets talk about why this is necessary and important.

Design Resources: 

The FUTUR – YouTube Channel

Video Inspiration – with Milton Glaser:

Who is Milton Glaser? You certainly already know some of his work!

Explore his website here – https://www.miltonglaser.com/

Share what inspires you, or what stands out and catches your interest in the comments section below!

3 thoughts on “Week #3 – Information / Resources”

    1. Such a good question! I believe in a court of law they would! However, depending on how much the image is altered and changed will most likely play a role. Its a good habit to give attribution to the original creator always, is the image a creative commons image or otherness?

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