miércoles, 30 de noviembre de 2011

Main features of the event


The format of this project is an stand with the form of a tryptic, it also have an oval form in the top of it that move. Has a simple diagram, vertical, using a lot of images, the reticle has tree columns in vertical.

Design determiners:

Image Style: The determiner of this stand is the using of the typical colors and shapes of the fair, also using images taken of the monument representatives.

Color: The determiner of the color was vivid colors, like blue or reds.

Fonts: We use Serif typography with ornaments.

Graphic elements: We use photographs and vectors.

Graphemes: We use vectorisation of the monument of la chinita for a poster, and images with special effects.

Visual Rhetoric: We use the sinecdoque because it expresses the part for all.

Semiotic: We use it in the symbols of la chinita, in the pictures. We also use paradigmatic relatiens where signs get meaning from their association with other signs.

Advertising: The message that we use was ``chinita`s fair``, because it is consistent and leaves you just right to the meaning of the project.

Graphic Concept

Our 3 meaningful terms were: Inspiring, religion and fair.

Sistagmatic relation: This was stablich by the meaning of the fair la chinita and the history of the fair.

miércoles, 23 de noviembre de 2011


Final Proyect.

Description of the Project Three-dimensional Stand with six face!

This is a Three-dimensional stand with 6 faces, this stand contain 6 pictures of Chinita´s Fair in each face, and each picture has a card telling a small story and explaining the picture itself to the viewer. the stand has nice warms colors resembling the city, also the figure is very dinamic and interesting - just like an acordion. Finally on the top of the stand we have the title with awesome movement.


Here´s the photos that it edits for the poster in order that one sees better have mas sheen and shades

miércoles, 9 de noviembre de 2011


•What happens during a "job interview"?
what is your background, education experience, how can you be of benefit to us here in our company. And then a question and answer period for the candidate, where they have the opportunity to get their questions answered by the interviewer.
•What should I wear for my job interview?
Always dress elegantly to form with a good appearance and good presentation. Always dress very professionally for every interview. •What are the key do's and don'ts for a great interview?
you can do in an interview is to make a great impression, make eye contact, smile, and give a nice, firm handshake to your interviewer. This will set a very positive tone for the rest of the interview. Wait to sit down until the interviewer asks you to sit down. Don't put all your belongings on his or her desk. Make sure you keep your things to your side or in your lap. Their desk is their space, so be respectful of that.Use positive body language in the interview. Stand up, thank them again and don't forget to ask for the job before you leave.
•How do I handle an interview in a restaurant or cafe?
you have to stay focused on you rinterviewer and speak at an audible level.
•What do I do when more than one person is interviewing me?
It's important to make sure that you adapt your communication style to both of those individuals.
•How can I rescue an interview that I know is going poorly?
•How can I rescue an interview that I know is going poorly?
 Some of the tips to save an inteweview are: Ask the interviewers for directives, regroup and revive your energy
•What are good tips for a telephone interview?
have to make that great first impression is your voice. So that really needs to sell you in a phone interview and also find out from the employer what again is it that they're really looking for in terms of this position. Make sure you have your resume close to you.

•Can a potential employer ask me to take a lie detector test?
The only time that an employer can ask for a lie detector test is if you are applying for some type of government or high-security type of position.•What are illegal questions that an employer should not ask me?
Employers are not allowed to ask any questions relating to ethnicity, family status, childbearing status, anything that relates to culture, gender, family status, anything like that.•How do I handle the end of the interview?
This is where you really have the opportunity to shine, and the best way is to wait when the interviewer says: Do you have any final cuestion? So this is when you ask: May I have the job?

•What do I do if an employer doesn't call me back after an interview?
If they don't call you. Don't be shy about calling them. It's very important for you to be proactive about your career search. Don't wait. They may be busy. They may be out of town. They may be interviewing other people. It's important for you to keep your name and your resume in the front of the employer's mind while they're going through that decision making process.

miércoles, 5 de octubre de 2011

Using online dictionaries


*Something from Nothing (or at least very little): 8 Design Secrets

All designers dream of the client who says “Money is no object. Hire as many photographers and illustrators as you need to get the perfect images for my piece. And while you’re at it, get a professional writer in there. And printing? Die cuts, 7 or 8 colors, special papers and folds… go for it!”. There are a few schools of thought when it comes to the graphic design resume and presentation
*First sentence:  All designers dream of the client who says “Money is no object. Hire as many photographers and illustrators as you need to get the perfect images for my piece.
Dream For the verb: "to dream"

Simple Past:
dreamt, dreamed
Past Participle:
dreamt, dreamed


need  sustantivo
countable or uncountable (requirement, necessity) necesidad f;
an urgent o a pressing
perfect adjetivo
 (precise, exact)

*Second sentence: There are a few schools of thought when it comes to the graphic design resume and presentation
Few: not many but more than one: Few artists live luxuriously.( used with a plural verb )                ( pronoun adjective)

 thought the product of mental activity; that which one thinksbody of thought. ( noun )
Resume: to take up or go on with again after interruption; continue:to resume a journey.                 verb ) (used with object)


Location, location, location

It’s always helpful to actually work with clients, preferably at their own computer, and watch the way they use their websites and the internet in general.
What have I noticed? That a lot of my clients are both confused between the location bar and Google search. Many people have Google set as their home page, and to get to a web page keep they type the URL (http://www.somelinkhere.com) into the Google search bar. Then they click “Search” and click on the link to the site they were looking for.
*First sentence: What have I noticed? That a lot of my clients are both confused between the location bar and Keep Google search.
Keep to hold or retain in one's possession; hold as one's own: If you like it, keep it. verb (used with object)
Keep the change. 
Both  one and the other; two together: He met both sisters. Both performances were canceled. (adjective)
Between between  preposición
(between two points, times, numbers)
Second sentence: Many people have Google set as their home page, and to get to a web page keep they type the URL (http://www.somelinkhere.com)
People  sustantivo (in general) gente f;
what will  say?

Page sustantivo  (of book, newspaper) página
Type sustantivo countable (sort, kind in descriptions, definitions)

martes, 20 de septiembre de 2011

Interview a Graphic Designer

An interview! Interview a Graphic Designer about their choice of carreer.

Name: Luis Miguel Romero
Date: 09/20/11


1. Could you please define Graphic Design in your own words?

Graphic designer for me is an art is everything what we see to ours around it is an imagination is to create any thing at any time or place.

2. What influenced you to pursue graphic design?for myself. I got started in design when I was 12 when I put my first website on the web for my local photografy team
That was my first taste of design then when I was 15 I started running a website called PartyPhotos for my school friends
 Ever since then I got hooked on graphics and couldn’t stop designing so I guess it has been 8 full years since my very first design experience

3. Could you please describe the educational process required to become an graphic designer?
you’ll make lots of projects which will make you understand how to use the things you have closer to you to create.
you will know how to handle programs on the computer

4. What are the skills you need to be a good graphic designer?
You need to be very open minded, imagination and learn to use programs of computer that allow you to express what you should want

5. What job considerations were you looking for after you completed your education?
Well I was looking for some established places like magazines, newspaper companies, and publicity agencies

6. What's something of your school life that you enjoy the most?

I enjoy the walks of the school

7. from your perspective, what is the most difficult part of being an graphic designer student?
To know well of the programs of computer and practice much of them
8. What are your plans for the future?
I want to have my own agency of magazine

9. Point out your most personally gratifying moment in graphic designer school.
When I had the presentation of my final project of degree, I was so scared, but and the end I got good qualifications.
10. Why would you recommend graphic designer as a career?
It is a career very nice and full of opportunities

miércoles, 14 de septiembre de 2011


My name’s Andrea Ochoa but you can call me Andre. I’m from Maracaibo, originally. I live in Maracaibo, in Bella Vista. I’m 19 years old and I study graphic designer at URBE . My favorite subjects are English. I am in the 7th trimester.

I love music, dancing, driving, studying English, talking on the phone with my friends, pizza , chocolate, my family , my dog, travel. I also enjoy going out with my friends.

I hate drawin, listening to rock, getting up early on the weekend.
My dream is to travel around the world. I also want to learn to speak French, and Italian. I’d love to work in an important company and buy a house, get married and start a family.

About English, I love to learn new languages. I think English is very important. What do I do to practice my English? well, I listen to music and watch TV in English. It’s a good exercise. I also chat on the internet and have friends in many countries. I use social networks like facebook and twitter to connect to people around the world and make friends. I can write well, but I need to practice more. The most difficult for me is speaking. I want to practice in class and out of class, too. I hope I can make a lot of friends and practice speaking in this class.

What’s your name? my name is andre Where are you from? im from venezuela What school in URBE are you from? Graphic degigner How old are you? im 20 years old Where do you live? i live in bella vista
What do you like doing? i like climb What things do you like? i like to drive.
What things you don’t like? Hate? Can’t stand? i hate pizza
What is your dream? travel to belgium What do you want to do with your life? i graduate and ger marriet
About English:
What’s your opinion about English? Do you like it? Is it important? What do you do to study English? How do you prefer to study English? What do you want to do in this class? i like study english because is very importan for the life and the future for working.

My friend Andreina is a Graphic Designer, she has two sisters, and she is from Maracaibo, she is 20 years old and she loves watch movies and ballet. He likes to go to the beach. She hates to eat pizza. Often she go to climb at paseo del lago. Her favorite color is green. She likes go to the mall and shopping. We are a good friends.