IKEA Flyer Demographics and requirements

  • Flyer requirements
  • 1- Illustrator file (Standard Print file) with 5 artboard,  1 with color scheme, 4 monthly flyer
  • All of us will have June, July, August and September on each monthly flyer
  • Have June, July, August and September color theme on one artboard
  • Save also as a pdf
  • Your choice of Portrait or Landscape layout
  • IKEA Font: Verdana Bold, Yellow:
    #FFCC00 for hexidecimal
  • IKEA Blue: #003399 for hexidecimal
  • IKEA furniture image are located on the VCOM server in VCOM 50 in the *Ikea furniture.
  • URL: Lorem Ipsum Generator
College Student Urbanite
Age 18 to 30 25 to 40
Income 0 to 25,000 25,000 to $40, 000
Education HS, BA College Educated
Children 0 to 2 0 to 3
single, coupled single, coupled
Commonalities
Price
Style
Possibly Children
Essentials, Furniture

Updated Museum Ticket Info Requirements

  • Museum Name: Toy Museum
  • Exhibit Name: Toys from Yesteryear
  • Date: November 10th, 2016
  • Price: $10.00
  • Admit One
  • Size of ticket: 2 inches x 5 inches
  • Include the 5 Split Complementary Scheme blocks at the bottom of your design, refer this link
  • URL: Kuler
  • Color Themes panels in Illustrator is located in the Window menu, have Illustrator logged in to Adobe.

Unity: Design Principle

  • Unity: According to Alex White, author of The Elements of Graphic Design, to achieve visual unity is a main goal of graphic design. When all elements are in agreement, a design is considered unified. No individual part is viewed as more important than the whole design. A good balance between unity and variety must be established to avoid a chaotic or a lifeless design.
  • PDF: Simple Grid
  • Arrange the circles and squares to create unity with an invisible grid by positioning, akin to a checkerboard.
  • PDF: Dissimilar Elements
  • PDF: Placement of Elements
  • PDF: Unity and Contrast
  • URL: Examples of Unity
  • Methods

    • Perspective: sense of distance between elements.
    • Similarity: ability to seem repeatable with other elements.
    • Continuation: the sense of having a line or pattern extend.
    • Repetition: elements being copied or mimicked numerous times.
    • Rhythm: is achieved when recurring position, size, color, and use of a graphic element has a focal point interruption.
    • Altering the basic theme achieves unity and helps keep interest.