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Laura Ridley
Lead ICT and Computing teacher

What is a Photoshop Project Plan

Lesson Plan Published 10/20/16 Last updated on 5/16/18

This is the first lesson I get my Photoshop students to do. The lesson looks at what a designers responsibilites are as well as the client role. The lesson ends with strudents taking on the role of both the client and designer to create a project plan for a new soft drink. I then get the strudents to switch plans and for a friend to create the designs for their logo. The idea is they understand the level of detail that a plan needs to be valuable. The designs are then used in future lessons.

Products
  • Photoshop

    Editing and compositing for photos, web and mobile app designs, 3D artwork, videos, and more.

Subjects
Age Levels
Duration
1-2 Hours
Custom Standards
1.0 Setting Project Requirements
ISTE NETS-S
Communication and Collaboration
Materials
  • 1- Project Plan
  • Plain Paper
  • Coloured pencils
CC License
Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
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Judy Durkin

Posted on 3/24/19 7:43:13 PM Permalink

​I have put it into planning for the first week of next year's Graphic Design Class

Dan Donovan

Posted on 2/7/17 6:42:10 PM Permalink

​Hi all, just changed the .html tag to .docx, and it worked like a charm. Good resource. Thank you!

Jennifer Armstrong

Posted on 1/5/17 7:30:19 PM Permalink

​Hello, Can you please change the file type to a pdf so that I am able to view the lesson? Thank you very much!

Adobe Education

Posted on 1/5/17 9:42:04 PM Permalink

This issues occurs sometimes in Safari where the file gets saved with both .docs.html extensions. To solve it, remove the .html and save it as a .docx and you should be able to see her resource.

The AEE Team

Adobe Education

Posted on 11/18/16 3:59:40 PM Permalink

This issues occurs sometimes in Safari where the file gets saved with both .docs.html extensions. To solve it, remove the .html and save it as a .docx and you should be able to see her resource.

The AEE Team​

Jack Randell

Posted on 1/5/17 9:38:51 PM Permalink

That works thanks​

Brittany Rice

Posted on 11/17/16 2:29:43 PM Permalink

​Hello,

I would also like to view this lesson plan, but I'm unable to open it. Ive attempted Word and Adobe Pro. Any suggestions?

Brittany Rice

Heather Renfroe

Posted on 11/16/16 8:07:24 PM Permalink

​Jerome,

It opened for me today in Word 2013. Perhaps you could ask her to change the file to a .pdf?

Jerome Zaccone

Posted on 11/16/16 7:21:09 PM Permalink

​Hello Ms. Ridley,

i would like to view your lesson plan but I can't seem to open it. What program should I use?

Jay Zaccone

zacconej@nashua.edu

Nashua High School North

Nashua, NH

Mark Morris

Posted on 1/5/17 10:25:37 PM Permalink

See the solution in the comment above Jerome.

Heather Renfroe

Posted on 11/16/16 6:59:07 PM Permalink