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IXD301 – Final Submission

The following are links to my work: Portfolio – https://jessicadonnan.webflow.io/ Elements – https://www.figma.com/proto/hvIKlfDiHwzGUmSc2mN2V5/Cosmos?page-id=0%3A1&node-id=15%3A327&viewport=241%2C48%2C0.5&scaling=scale-down&starting-point-node-id=15%3A327&show-proto-sidebar=1   Blog tag for this module: IXD3o1…Continue Reading IXD301 – Final Submission

IXD301 – Elements: Refinements & Final Product

After my presentation last week, I was able to take the feedback I had received from Kyle and make some changes and refinements to my Elements app: Cut down the information on each element’s information page, and split the information into sub-headed paragraphs. Made each element slightly bigger when hovered over on the exploration page,…Continue Reading IXD301 – Elements: Refinements & Final Product

IXD301 – Elements: Style Guide

For my elements project, I need to create a style guide from which to reference all my designs from. The style guide should include: Colour scheme, including colour codes Typography + fonts, including variations of fonts such as bold or italic Logos or monograms As I already had all the elements that make up my…Continue Reading IXD301 – Elements: Style Guide

IXD301 – Week Eleven: Feedback

This week, Kyle took the chance to go through everyone’s elements projects so far, and test out everyone’s prototypes in class. We were allowed to add our own notes and comments to each person’s prototype. It was also just really fun and useful to see everyone else’s prototypes so far, and to see all the…Continue Reading IXD301 – Week Eleven: Feedback

IXD301 – Elements: Prototyping

  Moving my designs onto Figma, I began the process of developing my app’s prototype. Colour Scheme Firstly, I wanted to create a colour scheme for my app. I wanted the colours to represent space, but also be bright and child-friendly. Because space is deep and mysterious, I thought purple would be the best way…Continue Reading IXD301 – Elements: Prototyping