Presentation on theme: "Unit 12 Additional Evidence Chantelle. 1.1 I can describe what types of information are needed. Business card In my business card I included my logo I."— Presentation transcript:
1.1 I can describe what types of information are needed. Business card In my business card I included my logo I also included my contact information like my email and a phone and fax number. I also included a address so you know where to find the location so you can get to the business. I used the same colours for my logo and the boxes that I had so it was consistent and had a colour scheme which made it look professional. I also made it clear so the font wasn’t small so you couldn’t see it that well I made mine bold and stand out but I used light colours so it would look professional yet still simple so it wasn’t too complicated or hard to understand or hard to find the number. I made it simple so you would think about what more the business could offer or how big the company would be.
1.1 I can describe what types of information are needed. Letter I would use a letter if I needed to send a invoice to someone, or they wanted to know more about Classy Computers or if I needed to send a letter I would use this. I have included the address and email, fax and telephone number so people would know where to find or contact the business. My logo also has been used in it so people could notice the business if they saw it any where and they’d know what the business was called, in adverts or on signs. I have used the same colour scheme so it is consistent and looks more professional, but I used light colours so it would look mature and a bit simple so it still is professional by it not being too over the top or bold, because it still stands out and makes you want to know more about the business.
1.1 I can describe what types of information are needed. Newsletter In my newsletter I had numerous articles and they were all to do with technology and different types of technology. I had special points in my newsletter to have the most informative and the best articles that stand out you can read and flick to. I also have a little section with the titles of the article and page number so you can go to the one you prefer to read about. There are also images so it isn't just boring and got loads of writing. There is a paragraph at the end talking about Classy Computers and how long the company has been going and why there good and what technology they deal with. On the back is also the address, email, fax, and phone number along with the logo. There are 9 articles all together so there is lots of information and different technology to read about.
1.2 I can describe how to change page design and layout to increase effectiveness of a publication. Publisher has different templates that you can use suited to why you need it or an occasion for why you need it. Once you have chosen your template you can then choose colours that are suited to the occasion or why you need it, the colours allow you to make it look your way and allows you to express what is going on. Once you have chosen your colour you can then choose a design which allows you to switch the colours on the actual template and change fonts and sizes of your titles or information it allows to change the size or change it to be landscape or portrait. You can also keep the design the same colour but have the background a different colour to suit it to however you want it or need it to look like.
2.3 Describe how copyright constraints affect use of own and others’ information. You own the copyright from as soon as you provide the work. You can not copyright some one else's work or idea. If some one takes your picture, song or video from the internet and use it as their own it is breaking the law. Copyright is where you get protection to the copyright holders work if some one steals it or copy’s it. When buying software you don’t own it you are buying a license to use it. You can have the work but if it is put on some one else’s computer and they upload it, it is not aloud because they do not have the license. Acts protect a wide range of work both written and computer. If you use some one else’s work you need to ask permission. All of the U.S. work was published before 1923 in the public domain. The amount of time and effort put into a piece of work has no bearing on the copyright status of work. A copyright notice is no longer required for protection. E-mail is copyrighted as soon as it is sent and saved. The U.S. government work cannot be copyrighted in any way. There is a lot of copyright infringement on the internet on the internet. All facts and ideas are in the public domain.
2.4 I can describe which file format to use for saving designs and images..PUB – Publisher. Publisher is used to help you with design.Publisher is used to create business cards, newsletters and many more cards..PDF – Portable Document Format. This is used to help you produce booklets. PNG is used to format as well. PNG helps you create newsletters and business cards and many more..JPEG/.JPG – Joint Photographic Experts Group. JPEG is a standard of compression for images. JPEG is good for displaying images on the web because it reduces the file size. JPEG compresses full colour or grayscale images..PNG – Portable Network Graphics. PNG is a format that employs lossless data compression. PNG do not have a patent license, most programs allow saving to PNG. Animated PNG files have the extension MNG for Multiple-Image Network Graphics..PSD – A Photoshop document. Graphics editors use this or people that want to enhance or change a photo they like. On Photoshop you can convert photos into a PNG or JPEG. Generated by Adobe Photoshop..TIFF – Tagged Image File Format. Originally developed by Aldus systems but the patent is now owned by Adobe. A TIFF can use the compression applied to JPEG images to make its file size smaller. A TIFF file cannot be any larger than 4GB.
Publisher is a type of software we can use to create templates to write letters or create templates for business cards. If someone creates something using publisher and sends it to some one else who doesn’t have the software they wont be able to open it this can be avoided if they save the publisher file as PDF. PDF files mean hat you don’t need a specific bit of software to open the file this can be useful because you can send any one the file without needing a certain software. If an image is created using Photoshop and someone doesn’t have Photoshop then they can save the file as a range of image types these image types are PNG,JPEG and TIFF. There are a few key differences between these types of images these are that one might use less storage or be better quality or be printed in better quality, some times of pictures will save it with no background. In my work I saved my logo as PNG file because it has a transparent background which is good for my logo. 2.4 I can describe which file format to use for saving designs and images.