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Visual Design CS6: Mini-yearbooks

Project Published Apr 23, 2012 Last updated on Jun 8, 2017
A yearbook, or annual, is frequently used to record, commemorate, and highlight a school year. At most institutions, student teams publish yearbooks. Some countries and organizations also publish yearbooks as annual summary reports. In this project, students form teams to develop and create a yearbook. The students create templates of several double-page layouts and create reusable graphics and illustrations to implement thematic and design consistency throughout the yearbook. This is Project 8 in the Visual Design curriculum. Portions of this project map to the Adobe Certified Associate, Visual Communication with Photoshop CS6 objectives.

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Duration
1+ Week
ISTE NETS-S
Communication and Collaboration, Research and Information Fluency, Digital Citizenship, Creativity and Innovation, Technology Operations and Concepts, Critical Thinking Problem Solving and Decision Making
Expertise
Intermediate
Materials

To complete this project, you will need:

- Adobe InDesign CS6 installed on all machines
- Adobe Illustrator CS6 installed on all machines
- Adobe Photoshop CS6 installed on all machines
- Adobe Acrobat X Pro installed on all machines
- Student technical guides and presentation
- Supporting assets

(Note: Images used in these technical guides are not provided due to copyright restrictions. Please utilize your own assets or have your students create them as part of the project.) 

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