Sarah's Magazine (Revised)

Sarah’s Magazine (Revised)
After getting feedback, I did my best to remake my slide that will be simple and easy to look at. In my previous slide, I wanted one of the pictures to “bleed” but it did not work very well. That was one of my main key points. In my revised slide, I added an image that had a “bleeding” effect so that my slide can pop. My other key point that was for both my previous slide and my revised slide was the font. The font was to make the slide stand out more. Also, it will be easier for people to read when they pass by. You should research because you will have more knowledge before making.

Comments (13)

Mackenzie Hopkins (Student 2020)
Mackenzie Hopkins

This slide works well because it appears very neat, you have two pictures the don't clash so it makes it easier to look at, the camera is pixelated which I would try to fix.

Ruby Ginsburg (Student 2020)
Ruby Ginsburg

Your slide works really well because it is very simple and neat. The two images are consistent in that they both appear to have been hand drawn, which ties the slide together. The empty space also makes this slide eye catching, and the white background makes it look clean.

William Flenner (Student 2020)
William Flenner

The blend of colors is really cool, great job keeping it simple. Although I noticed that the camera was blurry, I recommend fixing thet, otherwise, keep up the good work.

Chandrea Lack (Student 2020)
Chandrea Lack

Your slide is well thought out and simple and the color contrast look so well together great job on keeping the critiques in mind and setting it as your final slide.

Thomas Gualtieri (Student 2020)
Thomas Gualtieri

It's good that you stuck with the light doodley theme for your magazine. The title really pops out but the camera is very pixelated, that pulls the viewer out from the overall very clean cut look.

Timothy Williams (Student 2020)
Timothy Williams

this slide extremely works because of the blank white background. and then the colorful images that contrast. also the image of the chopsticks that come in on the right-hand edge, comes in as if it were peeking around the corner…great job!