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Download the indesign assignment 4 worksheet [pdf].

Follow the instructions to complete this assignment:
Download the InDesign Assignment 4 Worksheet [PDF].
Download the Assignment 4 Example [PDF] and Assignment 4 Files [ZIP].
Before submitting your assignment, please review your work against the InDesign Assignment 4 grading rubric provided on the worksheet.
Remember: Failure to upload a PDF and/or screenshot of the package will result in a ZERO.

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List 3 – script, decorative, blackletter

TYPE CLASSIFICATION POSTERS
STEP 1: CHOOSE YOUR TYPE CLASSIFICATIONS
Choose 1 type classification from each of the lists below. This will result in a total of 3 posters.
LIST 1 – Old Style, Transitional Serif, Modern, Slab Serif
LIST 2 – Neo-Grotesque, Humanist Sans Serif, Geometric Sans Serif
LIST 3 – Script, Decorative, Blackletter
STEP 2: CHOOSE TYPEFACES
Once type classifications have been chosen, begin researching through the type database
to determine which specific typefaces you will use for each classification.
STEP 3: RESEARCH TYPEFACES AND CLASSIFICATIONS
Once your typefaces have been chosen, write a two page essay that highlights a variety of
facts revolving around your typefaces. Talk about the history or origin of each typeface, speak
about the typographers or companies who designed them, include information about the
type classification itself, describe the nuances of the letterforms, etc… Parts of this essay will
be included within your actual poster design.
STEP 4: DESIGN POSTERS
Once steps 1, 2 and 3 have been completed, work on developing a creative and engaging
typographic solution for each poster. Utilize the facts and keywords you found through your
research to create strong connections between type and content. This is what will ultimately
make your posters memorable.
• Poster dimensions should be 11” x 14”
• Each poster must contain a paragraph (minimum 4-5 sentences) from the essay
STEP 5: CREATE PRESS QUALITY PDFs
Once designs are complete, create a press quality PDF of each poster for critique.

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Explain why you want to be in a specific area of public health study

Describe why you are a compelling candidate for admission at the University of Texas Health.
I plan on enrolling in the dual MPH/MSW.
Explain why you want to be in a specific area of public health study
Highlight your experience and qualifications beyond test scores and grades
Include your professional goals
Address any areas of weakness in your application
Briefly describe any extenuating circumstances that you wish the Admissions Committee to consider.

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Set up a project folder, and open that folder in visual studio code.

Getting Started
Step 1: Setup of Your Code Editor
You will need to install Visual Studio Code here. This is a text editor, a program used to write code.
Once Visual Studio Code has been installed, you should install the “Live Server” extension. Extensions are small tools in our Code Editor that help accomplish tasks while coding. To install this extension:
Open Visual Studio Code
Click the Extensions option in the menu bar on the left (see below image):
Search for “Live Server” in the search bar at the top
Install the first option (it will say “created by ‘Ritwick Dey’”)
Close and re-open the Visual Studio Code program
open the Visual Studio Code program
Step 2: Create and Open a project folder in your text editor
*Step 2 should be followed along with the curriculum provided in the “set up” section of Level 0
From your computer’s desktop, right-click on your desktop and from the drop down menu select “New Folder” to create a new folder. Name this new folder: “VSchool”.
Inside the new “VSchool” folder create another new folder and call this folder “PreCourseProject”.Open your text editor, select the File drop down menu (top-left of the screen) > select “Open” or “Open Folder”.
From here select the “PreCourseProject” folder you just created. Once selected your folder’s name should show up at the top-left of your text editor’s window.
Right-click under about an inch or so under your project folder’s name and create a New File called “index.html”.
Do the same thing to create a “styles.css” file and an “app.js” file. These are where you’ll write your HTML, CSS, and JavaScript code!
Below is an example of a successfully set up code editor:
Set up a project folder, and open that folder in Visual Studio Code.
Create your index.html file in your project folder.
Then you will see the GO LIVE button appear.
Clicking the “Go Live” button will open a tab in your computer’s default browser and create a connection to your code. Changes you make and save in your code will automatically update the web page!
If you have not done so already make sure Google Chrome has been set as your default browser.
Step 3: THE PRE COURSE PROJECT
For your project you will build a basic web app that meets the below requirements listed for an HTML, CSS and JS file. Start on this now 🙂 Do not overthink this project. Our main concern is your knowledge and understanding of the material in Level 0.
*Level 0 will guide you through completing the below items.
*Your project folder must include—and you must be able to explain—the following:
index.html
☑ Your HTML file will contain the content of your web app: words, images, links, and so forth. Any amount will do. Don’t overthink this!
☑ A that references a separate CSS file that adds styling to the HTML
elements of your web app.
DO NOT add
CSS styles directly to your HTML file.
**Don’t add JavaScript code directly to your HTML file.
styles.css
☑ Any amount of CSS you’d like to add to your project to style it, but there should at least be some styling added.
☑ An HTML element should be referenced and styled in CSS
☑ A class should be referenced and styled in CSS
app.js
Be able to identify the following data types and notations:
☑ Strings
☑ Numbers
☑ Booleans
☑ Arrays (Why are they useful? What does “0-indexed” mean?)
☑ Objects
☑ Dot Notation (What is this used for and how is it implemented)
☑ Bracket Notation (What is this used for and how is it implemented)
Use each of the following in your app.js file:
☑ Create an object and navigate that object using dot notation.
☑ Create an array and navigate that array using bracket notation.
☑ A conditional statement (if, else if, else)
☑ A for loop OR a while loop
☑ An addEventListener method to call a function
Note: As the foundation of the course we are dedicated to helping you understand and use vanilla JavaScript, please don’t use jQuery or any other dependencies in your project.
The requirements listed are all that matter. It does not matter if someone told you different than what is outlined here. These are the requirements.

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Write a self-profile that includes educational and career goals. Be sure to indi

Write a self-profile that includes educational and career goals. Be sure to indicate your background, interests, goals, and need for a scholarship within your essay.

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Website – https://photoshop571489168.wordpress.com/ The final paper will be a 5-

Website – https://photoshop571489168.wordpress.com/
The final paper will be a 5-8 page PDF to be uploaded to Canvas. This paper will make up 10% of your final grade.
1. The first page of the paper will be a screen grab of your website’s homepage. You can do this through the Grab utility on a Mac or through Jing’s take a picture item. You will need to scale this image down to fit on an 8.5” x 11” page in your Word, Pages, or whatever program file you use.
2. The remaining 4-7 pages of your paper will begin with a description of your website’s justification and a short discussion of the rationale for your approach (first item). Then, you will analyze how the components of the information system (other items below) have influenced your website. In preparing this paper, be sure to answer all questions posed in each section. You may provide additional information for each if you wish. Do not restate the questions, just answer them in paragraph form. The paper should be double-spaced, written in size 12 Times New Roman font, with side (and top) margins no greater than 1″.
Justification and rationale. This is essentially the introduction to the paper and need not be long.
• What is the topic that your website addresses?-photoshop
• How does your website relate to other websites like it?
• How did you approach creating your website and decide on a strategy to reach your audience?
• Was this strategy a good one and why?
Hardware and software. The hardware of the system is its machinery: the computer itself and other communication and storage devices. The software refers to the programs and applications of the computerized system and the instructions for their operation. Questions to be answered in this section:
• What hardware and software did you use to create your website? photoshop, Screencast-O-Matic, Audacity, iPhone to record.
• How well did these hardware and software work to create your website?
• Can you think of other hardware and/or software that would enhance your website?
• How do the hardware and software used influence the success of the communication and information exchanges of your website?
Data. Data are facts and information that are produced, consumed, and exchanged during the course of your project. Questions to be answered in this section:
• What data are produced by your website, and how are they produced?
• What data are consumed, and how does this process take place?
• What social conditions and assumptions underlie the exchange of data of your website – that is, what information and knowledge are people expected to have, and why?
• What are some of the potential consequences (social, personal, political, etc.) of data being exchanged and spread as this occurs from your website?
Audience. The people in the information system are the producers and consumers of the data (this includes hardware, software, and data developers and operators, organization and individuals, and general and specific audiences, including some that may be invisible or unknown). Questions to be answered in this section:
• Who are the people that make up your audience – provide any demographics that you can think of?
• Are there other types of audience members you would like to reach?
• What social conditions and assumptions are associated with these audiences – what must the people involved know and do, with what expectations, under what conditions?
• What are some of the potential consequences (social, personal, political, etc.) for the people involved in and influenced by your website?
Procedures and Policies. Procedures and policies govern the system, its data and the people involved. They ensure that the system operates properly, consistently, and successfully. Questions to be answered in this section:
• What procedures and policies are in effect that influence your website?
• Why are they in effect?
• What social conditions and assumptions underlie these procedures and policies – why did these procedures and policies come about, and what purpose do they serve?
• What are some of the potential consequences (social, personal, political, etc.) of these procedure and policies governing this system?
Feedback. Feedback is a specific kind of data: responses provided at various points during the course of a project intended to influence its continued or future operation. Feedback helps system developers decide whether some part of it should be adjusted in the future to attain optimum results. Questions to be answered in this section:
• What type of feedback did you receive from your website?
• How did this feedback affect how you created your website?
• How might you gather other feedback about your website?