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Professor: Andrea Herstowski
Office: 353 Chalmers Hall
Office hours: by appointment
email: herstow@ku.edu

Professor: Alex Anderson
Office: 353 Chalmers Hall
Office hours: by appointment
email: alexandersoncreative@gmail.com

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Term: when people as to see your book they mean your portfolio. Not literally a book :)

What is the role of your website?
What role of work you bring to the interview?
What is the difference between a portfolio and a presentation?
Will you have just a website and digital presentation or will you have a website and something printed?

First Question you have to answer is are you going to be completely digital?
Website + Digital Portfolio? or
Website + Something Printed?

Currently scenario is not wrong or better it is up to what you want to do. When looking for your second job you most likely will be completely digital but now you can play to your strengths and you have access to printing!

pros and cons
1) Keynote / pdf presentation | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 |
2) Blurb or printed book or newspaper club
3) Boards/loose sheets
4) Post Bound: pina zangara | 2 | case envy, lost luggage *order the correct paper
5) Make your own book | 1 | 2 | booklets for each project | publication heavy | 5 | 6 | 7 |

READ: Flaunt by Under Consideration
READ: How to be a Graphic Designer without Losing your Soul
:- introduction
:- Chapter 1: Attributes
:- Chapter 2: How to Find a Job
:- Chapter 8: Self Promotion
:- Chapter 9: Creative Process

PROCESS
1) Decide which media you are going to do: pdf, book, post bound...

2) Take 2 different kinds of projects and lay them out 3 different ways. How can you tell the story? What is your narrative? What do you want people to get out of the project you are showing? Different format? Different Proportion. Just let yourself explore how you can show the project. Play that up. What is the best way? Once you have a couple down you can fill in the rest of your portfolio.

3) Test it. On screen. Projected. Printed...
(if it is printed how does it translate to a pdf -- just in-case?

4) Build it out.

*How can you make it into boards for submissions to competitions?