This concludes my time in Graphic Design. My time here was amazing with all the people in this class. Ms.Kol was the best and only Graphic Teacher that I can respect. I hope Ms.Kol will keep this page in the future so I can remind myself of my work That I made in this class. This Aaron Cervin signing off.✌🏼️
- What is the purpose of companies and government taking our information?
- When was the bill passed, that allows companies access to people’s information?
- Which companies use people’s information resourcefully?
- Where should online privacy be enforced?
- Why should online privacy be a concern?
- How can people protect their information?
- Should online privacy become a political issue?
- Would CISPA protect companies or citizens as well?
Companies are always watching people’s activities on the web to use it to their advantage.
The government is always aware of people’s actions on social media, and the internet in general. This access can be used for anything the government like, whether the public likes it or not.
No matter what people do to lock their devices or information, there is always a way that any one can access information.
The House My Father Built
Principles of Design
- Balance/Unity-The asymmetrical balance in this image is the man on the right and the house on the left.
- Emphasis-The attention is towards the black figure on the right because he is larger than any other thing in this picture and he is all black.
- Movement/Rhythm-The movement is towards the people in the house because the black figure is looking down on them.
- Pattern/Repetition-All the black figures around the picture seem to be the same person.
- Contrast-The house and the man on the seem to be the two parts of this art make you think.
- Variety-The black man on the right gives you that feeling that he is watching the house while he people are in it.
Graphic Design in the 20th Century
Graphic design in the 20th century was used as propaganda during World War I. It was used to make the enemy look bad throughout the war and they also used graphic design to try to get people to sign up for the military. James Montgomery Flagg, American illustrator, created the “I Want You” poster that featured Uncle Sam and was widely known throughout WWI. A major contribution to the field of graphic design was that this art movement brought on the use of posters and propaganda.