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June 5-9, 2017 Bobcats, Less than 2 weeks left in the semester! Complete your assignments.

Late work is better than no work. Be sure to report your finished late assignments!

Pass your Touch Typing test.

pass the Touch Typing Test #26 or above with a score of 25 words per minute for 3 minutes with zero errors

when you pass, do not leave the screen

show Mr. Woo your score

 

Finish your video -

add your titles

good wishes and goodbyes to the class of 2021!

make a link on your index page to play your video

 

Complete your Color Wheel project

use your colorwheel diagram to paint your color wheels in Photoshop

publish each colorwheel to your Photoshop web page

June 2, 2017 Bobcats, Happy Friday! Only three left in the semester.

Pass your Touch Typing test.

pass the Touch Typing Test #26 or above with a score of 25 words per minute for 3 minutes with zero errors

when you pass, do not leave the screen

show Mr. Woo your score

 

Complete your Color Wheel project

use your colorwheel diagram to paint your color wheels in Photoshop

publish each colorwheel to your Photoshop web page

 

June 1, 2017 Bobcats, Diagram a colorwheel. Learn the basics of color to complete your color wheels in Photoshop.

Create with pencil and paper a color wheel diagram

Get a pencil and a piece of paper

draw a large circle

label Primary colors - red, blue and yellow on an equal third of your circle

label the Secondary colors - orange, green and violet (purple) orange between red and yellow

green between blue and yellow

violet/purple between red and blue

 

 

label the Tierary colors - red-violet, red-orange, yellow-orange, yellow-green, blue-green and blue-violet

 

May 31, 2017 Bobcats, Work on your colorwheels. Follow the instructions here on color wheels.

May 30, 2017 Bobcats, The last project of the year. Create 6 color wheels using Photoshop. You will use some of Photoshop's advanced features to complete this project.

 

May 26, 2017 Bobcats, Write a comment for your promotion ceremony on your web page index page. We will create a video of your comments to your class. Update your web sites, the end of the year is near!

May 25, 2017 Bobcats, Check your HAC. Late work is better than no work. Publish your work to your web site. Note the changes of any late assignments on your 'Change Log' web page.

Show your video, add titles, add comments to your promoting class.

May 24, 2017 Bobcats, Continue with completing your assignments.

Be prepared to preview your video on Thursday of this week add titles and a year end comment/message to your fellow Bobcats.

use the stills in motion techniques to add emphasis and action to your images

 

 

pass the Touch Typing Test #26 or above with a score of 25 words per minute for 3 minutes with zero errors when you pass, do not leave the screen

show Mr. Woo your score

 

 

 

May 23, 2017 Bobcats, Check your HAC and be sure you have the grade you earned!

Be prepared to preview your video on Thursday of this week

pass the Touch Typing Test #26 or above with a score of 25 words per minute for 3 minutes with zero errors when you pass, do not leave the screen

show Mr. Woo your score

 

 

To publish your finished card, export a jpeg file from Illustrator of your finished card (2up). Publish it to your web site's Photoshop page In Illustrator, load your finished 2up card

File/Export - to export the file

change the file format/type to JPEG

save the file to your graphics folder

use Dreamweaver to insert the image to your Photoshop web page

save and put

check your site on line

 

 

update your Web site

update your Typing Journal

update your expense spreadsheet and analyze your spending habits what did you spend your money on?

what is your highest expense? lowest?

what was your total cost of living?

will you change some of your spending habits?

 

 

you have the time now to catchup with late assignments

 

May 22, 2017 Bobcats, With less than a month to go, check your online grades. Make use of the time left in Spring Semester finish strong!

Be prepared to preview your video on Thursday of this week

pass the Touch Typing Test #26 or above with a score of 25 words per minute for 3 minutes with zero errors when you pass, do not leave the screen

show Mr. Woo your score

 

 

export a jpeg file from Illustrator of your finished card publish it to your web site's Photoshop page In Illustrator, load your finished 2up card

File/Export - to export the file

change the file format/type to JPEG

save the file to your graphics folder

use Dreamweaver to insert the image to your Photoshop web page

save and put

check your site on line

 

 

update your Web site

update your Typing Journal

update your expense spreadsheet and analyze your spending habits what did you spend your money on?

what is your highest expense? lowest?

what was your total cost of living?

will you change some of your spending habits?

 

 

 

 

May 19, 2017 Bobcats, For your Video projects. It's Friday - Update your web sites, do your Touch Typing Test and work on your videos.

Images are in the D:\yearendvideo2017\yearbookpics

music is in the the D:\graduation-music

If you have Bobcat student images to share that are on your phone:

open a browser and go to the Tacoma Public School web site

sign into your Office 365 account on your phone and save the images from your phone to your OneDrive

sign into your computer and go to your Office 365

download your images to your D:yearendvideo2017/yourfolder/

now you can use them in your video

 

 

 

May 18, 2017 Bobcats, Work on the Effects Control Screen in Premiere. You can make your images move along the X, Y and Z axes. You can also make your images fade in and out or dessolve from one to another.

If you have Bobcat student images to share that are on your phone:

open a browser and go to the Tacoma Public School web site

sign into your Office 365 account on your phone and save the images from your phone to your OneDrive

sign into your computer and go to your Office 365

download your images to your D:yearendvideo2017/yourfolder/

now you can use them in your video

 

 

May 17, 2017 Bobcats, Continue with Premiere. Collect photos!!!

Start Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

choose Open Project if you have started a project other wise follow the direction below

 

If you have images to share on your phone:

open a browser and go to the Tacoma Public School web site

sign into your Office 365 account on your phone and save the images from your phone to your OneDrive

sign into your computer and go to your Office 365

download your images to your D:yearendvideo2017/yourfolder/

now you can use them in your video

 

If you have a song that you want to use and it is not in the GraduationMusic folder, write a note with the name of the song and the artist and give it to the instructor.

May 16, 2017 Bobcats, Collect photos for the year end video.

Getting started with Premiere Pro

turn off all programs

open Premiere Pro CS6

choose New Project

 

go to the D:\default drive/yearendvideo2017/

make a folder with your name2017

select that folder

 

May 15, 2017 Bobcats, Finish old business to get ready for the last project - a stills in motion video that will play at your promotion.

Start collecting images of 8th graders

take look at the Premiere Pro notes

May 12, 2017 Bobcats, Last day to finish your Greeting Card on time for Mother's Day.

export a jpeg file from Illustrator of your finished card publish it to your web site's Photoshop page In Illustrator, load your finished 2up card

File/Export - to export the file

change the file format/type to JPEG

save the file to your graphics folder

use Dreamweaver to insert the image to your Photoshop web page

save and put

check your site on line

 

 

update your Web site

update your Typing Journal

update your expense spreadsheet and analyze your spending habits what did you spend your money on?

what is your highest expense? lowest?

what was your total cost of living?

will you change some of your spending habits?

 

 

pass the Touch Typing Test #26 or above with a score of 25 words per minute for 3 minutes with zero errors when you pass, do not leave the screen

show Mr. Woo your score

 

 

 

May 11, 2017 Bobcats, Finish your Mother's Day Cards!!!

export a jpeg file from Illustrator of your finished card

publish your final design to your Photoshop web page

May 10, 2017 Bobcats, Work day, finish cards!!!!

May 9, 2017 Bobcats, Use the RotoTrim paper cutter to cut your cards and a ruler and bone folder to fold the cards.

Continue your card production.

create your mechanical

print a black and white proof and check your grey tones "If it looks good in black and white, it will look good in color!"

layout your design using the Illustrator file located in D:\GreetingCard\2up-2015-cards.ai open this file and rename it and save it to your card folder

wait to print color

add printed text on the inside of your card

Save As all files

 

May 8, 2017 Bobcats, Your Mother's Day card project must be completed this week!!!!

create your mechanical

print a black and white proof and check your grey tones "If it looks good in black and white, it will look good in color!"

layout your design using the Illustrator file located in D:\GreetingCard\2up-2015-cards.ai open this file and rename it and save it to your card folder

wait to print color

add printed text on the inside of your card

Save As all files

 

May 5, 2017 Bobcats, Finish your design and begin exploring Illustrator.

update your Web site

update your Typing Journal

update your expense spreadsheet and analyze your spending habits what did you spend your money on?

what is your highest expense? lowest?

what was your total cost of living?

will you change some of your spending habits?

 

 

 

May 4, 2017 Bobcats, Your card design before completion must have these criteria:

Resolution must be 300 pixels per inch

Size must be 7 x 5" or 5 x 7"

Adjustment of color and light and brightness and contrast.

lastly, you must save your final design as a .tiff file from Photoshop

Now, you are ready to open Illustrator to start the next step.

Creating your mechanical

 

May 3, 2017 Bobcats, Work day. Finish your Card designs in Photoshop.

work on your design your completed art work must be

 

 

know what text your want on your card

checkout these two pages for Photoshop and Illustrator

 

May 2, 2017 Bobcats, The card project must be completed by May 12th to be in time for Mother's Day.

work on your design your completed art work must be

 

 

know what text your want on your card

checkout these two pages for Photoshop and Illustrator

 

May 1, 2017 Bobcats, Continue your Photoshop design for your Mother's Day card. Also you can catchup on late assignments.

Your focus this week is your testing!

April 28, 2017 Bobcats, Happy Friday! Update your web sites. Work on your photoshop images and put examples of your work on your Photoshop web page.

We are on PM Assembly for the Pep Assembly at the end of the day.

April 27, 2017 Bobcats, Create a new web page to display your Photoshop works in progress. Continue with designing your Mother's Day card project.

Make a new page for your web site for your Graphics projects

in Dreamweaver do the 'File/New' command

insert a table on the page using the 'Insert/Table'

name the page and save it, be sure the extention is '.html'

link the new page to your index.html page

 

After creating your new Photoshop web display page,

Prepare your images from Photoshop to display on your web site.

In Photoshop, open the image you are putting on your web page

'File/Save As'

change the name of your image

change the format/file type to jpeg (the first jpeg on the list)

save the file to your graphics folder

now you can put the image on your web site using Dreamweaver

 

April 26, 2017 Bobcats, Photoshop works with images that are made with pixels in a mosaic style. Working with images in Photoshop requires that your select pixels.

There are many selection tools in PhotoShop. Practice these tools on your images.

With each image you use, do these commands as soon as you open the image in PhotoShop

Select/All this selects all the pixels that make your image

 

 

Edit/Copy this copies your pixels

 

 

Edit/Paste this pastes you copied pixels and creates a new layer

 

 

File/Save As save your image as a PhotoShop file .psd must be the extention

save to your Graphics folder make a Photoshop folder in your Graphics folder

 

 

 

 

Make a new page for your web site for your Graphics projects in Dreamweaver do the 'File/New' command

insert a table on the page using the 'Insert/Table'

name the page and save it, be sure the extention is '.html'

link the new page to your index.html page

 

 

 

 

Read this Photoshop notes page.

April 25, 2017 Bobcats, Collect images that help you to design a Mother's Day greeting card.

Your final image must be a composite of many images. You may not copy someone else's design.

Your images may be of things that the person likes and are of importance to this person.

Your card design must be of your own making.

Use large file and save all your images to your graphics folder.

Principles of Visual Design - Visually speaking, what is a design?

A plan or drawing produced to show the look and function or workings of a building, garment, or other object before it is built or made.
"he has just unveiled his design for the new museum" Wikipedia

What is a designer?

A person who plans the form, look, or workings of something before its being made or built, typically by drawing it in detail.
"he's one of the world's leading car designers" Wikipedia

Starts with dots and lines

 

dots and lines create texture and patterns

texture and patterns create shape, form, light, and shadows

shape and form light and shadows create volume which shows us space, time and motion

all this before color!

 

 

 

 

April 24, 2017 Bobcats, Continue your Touch Typing Practice. Save your receipts and log them into your Expense Spreadsheet from now on!

This week we begin Graphics!

This Week - Visual Communications

You have explored how text and numbers are used in computers. Text as documents are created by word processors and numbers, statistics and calculations are done by the spreadsheet programs. The next kind of information type you will explore is visual.

How do we see?

What can be seen?

What do we think we see?

What do we think about what we think we see?

What is Media Literacy ?

The more you know about how humans see, the more powerful programs like Photoshop become.

What do know about color? Composition? Light?

The Electromagnetic Spectrum - what is it?

We are surrounded by all kinds of radiation also known as rays, some are harmful, some are useful. Some rays are visible to humans and some are invisible. Some we can see with the aid of other technology.

 

We humans can only see (without any other technologies) what is in the Visible Spectrum of the Electromagnetic Spectrum that is all around us.

 

The three elements of color are

 

hue - color

red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet

 

saturation - amount of color

percentage of color

from bright shining colors like neon colors to dull flat colors which are shades of gray

 

 

value - lightness and darkness of color which effects how much light is reflected or absorbed by any surface.

every hue has a white value and a black value and all values in between white and black.

 

 

 

 

Principles of Visual Design

Starts with dots and lines

 

dots and lines create texture and patterns

texture and patterns create shape, form, light, and shadows

shape and form light and shadows create volume which shows us space, time and motion

all this before color!

 

 

 

Fine tune your images

 

Adjust the hue, saturation, value, brightness and contrast of your images

image menu, adjustments

hue - color

saturation - amount of color

value - lightness and darkness of color

 

 

Adjust size, rotation

edit menu, transform, scale

edit menu, transform, rotate

 

 

 

 

 

Selection is the beginning - You must select the pixel group in order to control and change them

 

Photoshop pixel selection exercise

place each of these shapes oh it's own layer

save the file to your H:\graphics\ folder

open the file in Photoshop

use a combination of the selection tools to copy and paste each shape to it's own layer

 

Photoshop layer exercise

save three of these pictures to your H:\graphics\ folder

use a combination of the selection tools to take objects from each photograph and place them into a fourth photograph

save all your work as Photoshop files (.psd)

 

 

 

 

 

April 21, 2017 Bobcats, Happy Friday! Complete your 'Shopping' spreadsheet with at least 10 transactions. Make sure your 'expensed to' category is showing and totaled on the right side of your spreadsheet.

Use your 'My Expense Spreadsheet' to track all of your purchases and anything that is purchased for you. You will be collecting important information on what it costs to life your life!

Put your Shopping spreadsheet on your web site

open your Shopping spreadsheet in Excel on the desktop

use the 'Save As' command to rename your file and save it to your spreadsheet to your web folder

select the area of your spreadsheet that contains your data

use the 'Save As' command again and change the Save as type to 'Web Page (*.htm;*.html)'

check the 'Selection' box and then 'Publish'

at the next box check 'AutoRepublish every time this workbook is saved and click 'publish'

open DreamWeaver and open your file that you just created

put the file (it will be named as your shopping..... and end with .html

make a link to it from your index.html page

save and put all changes

 

update your Typing Journal

Change Log

check your web site online for your changes

have a great weekend!

 

April 20, 2017 Bobcats, Rename your completed Expense Spreadsheet as your 'My Shopping' spreadsheet and 'buy' at lease ten items.

If you have created the Expense spreadsheet accurately, when entering your transactions you should only enter information for:

date - the date of the purchase

item - what your bought

vendor - the business you bought from

expensed to - the reason you made the purchase what kind of purchase was it? why did you buy?

food

entertainment

transportation

education

communication

gifts

rent

utilities

 

 

 

 

quantity - how many you bought

unit cost - the cost of one of what you bought

all the rest of the information is automatic

save often

 

After collecting your data for a period of time (the longer the better) you will discover what are your buying habits and the data will allow you to make intelligent informed decisions about your purchases!

Now and forever, use your Expense Spreadsheet to keep track of all your purchase for real!

April 19, 2017 Bobcats, Work in your Expense Spreadsheet. After completing your first expense sheet, rename it My Shopping list and go shopping.

April 18, 2017 Bobcats, How much does it cost to live your life? This spreadsheet will tell you.

Construct this spread sheet: My Expenses

Build your expense sheet in Excel. There is a saying in Information Technology, "Garbage in, garbage out!" aka gigo. Until you collect your receipts and acknowledge your spending habits, you will not know what it costs to live your life.

Use these labels to head your columns. Put the formulas (=xxxx) into the correct cells. Save your spreadsheets into your H:\spreadsheets\ folder. Save multiple copies to protect your work.

 

 

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

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MY EXPENSE SPREADSHEET

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transaction number

 

date

 

item

 

vendor

 

expensed to

 

quantity

 

unit cost

 

sub total 

 

tax 

 

total

 

.098

 

TAX RATE

 

 

 

EXPENSE

 

COUNT IF

 

SUM IF

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

=F3*G3

 

=H3*K$2

 

=H3+I3

 

 

 

 

 

=COUNTIF(E$3:E$43,N3)

 

=SUMIF(E$3:E$43,N3,H$3:H$43)

 

 

 

your expense sheet should look like this example of an expense sheet.

 

April 17, 2017 Bobcats, We continue with Spreadsheets. Take one of your five 'My Important Information' items and make a spread sheet with your that one important item and all the LATCH items.

make your banner

under your banner, label each column with your list of important things.

format each column to make the information appear with the correct format. text should appear with the correct font and size

money should appear as money

dates should appear as dates

numbers should have decimal places if necessary

save your new spreadsheet

begin to fill in the actual information

 

 

 

Construct this spread sheet: My Expenses

Build your expense sheet in Excel. There is a saying in Information Technology, "Garbage in, garbage out!" aka gigo. Until you collect your receipts and acknowledge your spending habits, you will not know what it costs to live your life.

Use these labels to head your columns. Put the formulas (=xxxx) into the correct cells. Save your spreadsheets into your H:\spreadsheets\ folder. Save multiple copies to protect your work.

 

 

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

E

 

F

 

G

 

H

 

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MY EXPENSE SPREADSHEET

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transaction number

 

date

 

item

 

vendor

 

expensed to

 

quantity

 

unit cost

 

sub total 

 

tax 

 

total

 

.098

 

TAX RATE

 

 

 

EXPENSE

 

COUNT IF

 

SUM IF

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

=F3*G3

 

=H3*K$2

 

=H3+I3

 

 

 

 

 

=COUNTIF(E$3:E$43,N3)

 

=SUMIF(E$3:E$43,N3,H$3:H$43)

 

 

 

your expense sheet should look like this example of an expense sheet.

 

 

 

April 14, 2017 Bobcats, Happy Friday! We are on a PM Assembly Schedule. Work on your Spreadsheet and update your web site.

April 13, 2017 Bobcats, Continue with your "My Important Information" spreadsheet.

Do Now Touch Typing Practice!

"My Important Information" spreadsheet

go through each LATCH item and list them under each of your important kinds of information

save more than one copy of your spreadsheet use the File/Save As command and rename your file before saving

 

 

 

LATCH is the acryonym that helps us to remember the ways information is organized. Any combination of these attributes will give context and meaning to the data being organized.

L – Location; organizing information based on space or place, such as a subway map

A – Alphabetical; a good way of organizing information if there’s no other prevailing strong organizational structure

T – Time, as in timelines, directions, or other sequential information

C – Category, as in types of information (perhaps an infographic about students might sort data first by grade, then by gender, etc.).

H – Hierarchy, as in tallest to shortest, most expensive to least, youngest to oldest.

As Richard Saul Wurman says in this 2000 essay,


The ways of organizing information are finite. It can only be organized by location, alphabet, time, category, or hierarchy. These modes are applicable to almost any endeavor—from your personal file cabinets to multinational corporations. They are the framework upon which annual reports, books, conversations, exhibitions, directories, conventions, and even warehouses are arranged.

While information may be infinite, the ways of structuring it are not. And once you have a place in which the information can be plugged, it becomes that much more useful. Your choice will be determined by the story you want to tell. Each way will permit a different understanding of the information—within each are many variations. However, recognizing that the main choices are limited makes the process less intimidating.

If you were preparing a report on the automobile industry, you could organize cars by place of manufacture (location), year (time), model (category), or Consumer Reports ratings (hierarchy). Within each, you might list them alphabetically. Your choice would depend on what you wanted to study or convey about the industry. If you wanted to describe the different types of cars, your primary organization would probably be by category. Then, you might want to organize by hierarchy, from the least expensive to the most. If you wanted to examine car dealerships, you would probably organize first by location, and then by the number or continuum of cars sold.

After the categories are established, the information about the cars is easily retrievable. Each way of organizing permits a different understanding; each lends itself to different kinds of information; and each has certain reassuring limitations that will help make the choices of how the information is presented easier.

April 12, 2017 Bobcats, The organization of data gives it meaning. A table shows the intersection of two LATCH

characteristics. This organization turns the data into information.

What are the most important things in your life? name at least 5

In Excel make a spread sheet for your important data

 

start in cell A1

make a title for your spreadsheet

in B2 type one of your important things

continue in C2 with your next important thing, then D2, E2.....

In A3 type location

under each important item, list all the location data that is important for you to know

continue with each of the LATCH organizors What is a table?

little boxes set in rows and columns

a table helps to organize your information

columns are vertical

rows are horizontal

 

 

What is a table used for?

compare and and contrast information

real change

time

amount of time

time of day

day of week

day of month

month of year

year(s)

 

seasons

location

changes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today, MicroSoft Excel is the most widely used spreadsheet program.

Build your expense sheet in Excel. There is a saying in Information Technology, "Garbage in, garbage out!" aka gigo. Until you collect your receipts and acknowledge your spending habits, you will not know what it costs to live your life.

Use these labels to head your columns. Put the formulas (=xxxx) into the correct cells. Save your spreadsheets into your H:\spreadsheets\ folder. Save multiple copies to protect your work.

 

 

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

E

 

F

 

G

 

H

 

I

 

J

 

K

 

L

 

M

 

N

 

O

 

P

 

1

MY EXPENSE SPREADSHEET

2

transaction number

 

date

 

item

 

vender

 

expensed to

 

quantity

 

unit cost

 

sub total 

 

tax 

 

total

 

.098

 

TAX RATE

 

 

 

EXPENSE

 

COUNT IF

 

SUM IF

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

=F3*G3

 

=H3*K$2

 

=H3+I3

 

 

 

 

 

=COUNTIF(E$3:E$43,N3)

 

=SUMIF(E$3:E$43,N3,H$3:H$43)

 

 

 

your expense sheet should look like this example of an expense sheet.

 

open Excel and make a list of:

 

your favorite musical artist

name their best songs

duration of the song

genra of the artist

date the song was released

 

favorite movies

cast

date released

genra

 

favorite television program

cast

year it began

channel/network

genra

 

favorite book

author

genra

publish date

 

 

 

 

April 11, 2017 Bobcats, We continue with Spreadsheets. LATCH the key to information organization, search and recovery.

10 minutes of Touch Typing Practice is your Do Now. Read the information below about Spreadsheets

Remember, you must achieve a Touch Typing test score of 25 words per minute for 3 minutes by the end of May.

LATCH is the acryonym that helps us to remember the ways information is organized. Any combination of these attributes will give context and meaning to the data being organized.

L – Location; organizing information based on space or place, such as a subway map

A – Alphabetical; a good way of organizing information if there’s no other prevailing strong organizational structure

T – Time, as in timelines, directions, or other sequential information

C – Category, as in types of information (perhaps an infographic about students might sort data first by grade, then by gender, etc.).

H – Hierarchy, as in tallest to shortest, most expensive to least, youngest to oldest.

As Richard Saul Wurman says in this 2000 essay,


The ways of organizing information are finite. It can only be organized by location, alphabet, time, category, or hierarchy. These modes are applicable to almost any endeavor—from your personal file cabinets to multinational corporations. They are the framework upon which annual reports, books, conversations, exhibitions, directories, conventions, and even warehouses are arranged.

While information may be infinite, the ways of structuring it are not. And once you have a place in which the information can be plugged, it becomes that much more useful. Your choice will be determined by the story you want to tell. Each way will permit a different understanding of the information—within each are many variations. However, recognizing that the main choices are limited makes the process less intimidating.

If you were preparing a report on the automobile industry, you could organize cars by place of manufacture (location), year (time), model (category), or Consumer Reports ratings (hierarchy). Within each, you might list them alphabetically. Your choice would depend on what you wanted to study or convey about the industry. If you wanted to describe the different types of cars, your primary organization would probably be by category. Then, you might want to organize by hierarchy, from the least expensive to the most. If you wanted to examine car dealerships, you would probably organize first by location, and then by the number or continuum of cars sold.

After the categories are established, the information about the cars is easily retrievable. Each way of organizing permits a different understanding; each lends itself to different kinds of information; and each has certain reassuring limitations that will help make the choices of how the information is presented easier.

The second Killer Application, the spreadsheet.

 

The Spreadsheet program - Replaced hand made spreadsheets, hours and hours of calculation time and allows the collection of numeric, time related, and inventory related information.

The first spreadsheet - VisiCalc

 

 

 

"Any product that pays for itself in two weeks is a surefire winner." - Dan Bricklin on VisiCalc

VisiCalc was the first computer spreadsheet program. It was released to the public in 1979, running on an Apple IIcomputer. While most early microprocessor computers had been quickly supported by BASIC and a few games, VisiCalc introduced a new level in application software. It was considered a fourth generation software program. Companies invested time and money in doing financial projections with manually calculated spreadsheets, where changing a single number meant recalculating every single cell in the sheet. With VisiCalc, you could change any cell, and the entire sheet would be automatically recalculated.

"VisiCalc took 20 hours of work per week for some people and turned it out in 15 minutes and let them become much more creative." - Dan Bricklin

Dan Bricklin and Bob Frankston invented VisiCalc. While a masters student in business administration at Harvard Business School, Dan Bricklin joined up with Bob Frankston to help him write the programming for his new electronic spreadsheet. The two started their own company, Software Arts Inc., to develop their product.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

April 10, 2017 Bobcats, Welcome back. We begin with the second killer app, the spreadsheet!

Do Now - Touch Typing

Midterm grading is this week. Update your web sites with your assignments!

March 31, 2017 Bobcats, We are on a PM Assembly Schedule. period order for today is 2, 3, 5, 4, 6, 1.

Update your web sites with all assignments. Have a great Spring Break. When we return, we'll be working with numerical data and the second Killer App, the Spreadsheet program! Midterm grades are due the week after Spring Break.

March 30, 2017 Bobcats, Work day, finish assignments before Spring Break!

March 29, 2017 Bobcats, Continue work on your Formal Letter or your Computer Story. Midterm grades are due the week after Spring Break! Note on your Change Log any late assignments your have completed.

March 28, 2017 Bobcats, Finish your second word processing project. Final is due Friday! Like your first word processing project, have your rough, second and final drafts published to your site. Midterm grades are due the week after Spring Break!

March 24, 2017 Bobcats, we are on PM Assembly Schedule today for our reading advisory.

Update your web sites

work on the second word processing project

save this page to your web site and link it to your index page

 

March 23, 2017 Bobcats, Complete your first word processing project and begin your second. Like the first, your second project must be published on your web site. Publish your rough draft, 2nd draft and final draft. Use the same word to web template. The deadline for your second project is Thursday 3-30-2017.

Formal Letter -

start with a list of problems that you want to solve that requires the help of someone you do not know

explain the problem be sure it is described and explained well

find the person who will receive your letter

introduced yourself

describe the reason you are writing the letter

put your letter in the format of a www.wikihow.com/Write-a-Formal-Letter

 

Computer Story

start by creating your character describe your character in detail

make a list of your character's characteristics

 

 

create plot where something happens to your character(s)

write the exposition when you story starts where are we

what time is it

what is the lay of the land

 

 

 

 

you have someone proof read

Your final draft will be a rewrite where you take comments and criticism from your proof reader

 

March 22, 2017 Bobcats, Check you online grades. Update your web site. Finish your first word processing project and start your second word processing project.

Your second word processing project will be your Formal Letter or your Computer Story depending on what project you have already done. You must publish the rough draft, first draft and final proof read draft of each project. Publish all on your web site.

March 20, 2017 Bobcats, Your final draft is due Thursday. Have an elbow partner proof-read your 2nd draft. Make corrections based on their comments and observations. Do your final rewrite and publish your final draft by Thursday 3-23.

On proof-reading. The intent is to make the document better! Your input may or may not be accepted.

Mark the document for spelling

grammer

word usage

does the information make sense? Is something missing?

what can the author do to make

 

 

 

On completion of your first word processing project, begin your 2nd word processing project. Your second word processing project will be your Formal Letter or your Computer Story depending on what project you have already done.

March 17, 2017 Bobcats, Your second draft is due today. It should be published to your web site just like your rough draft. We are on a PM Assembly Schedule.

Update your web site and begin your final drafts due Wednesday, 3-22. Next project is the computerstory or a formal Letter.

March 16, 2017 Bobcats, your second draft is due tomorrow. Publish it to your web site. Create another page like your did for the rough draft. Don't forget your Touch Typing Practice! Have your elbow partner proof read your second draft.

On completion of your second draft, print out a copy for proof reading

after proof reading make changes and write your final draft

 

Proof readers, markup and comment on the draft. comment to the writer is the writing easy to understand?

is the writing clear?

is the writing reasonable and logical?

did you like it?

suggest changes to make the writing better

 

 

 

 

letter templates - examples of letter formats

www.wikihow.com/Write-a-Formal-Letter

 

 

March 15, 2017 Bobcats, Your second draft is due this Friday. Below are some guidelines to help your with your Second draft. Keep your rough draft separate from your Second draft. Publish your rough draft to your web site as described below using the word to web template. Begin with a copy of your rough draft.

Formal Letter -

the problem is described and explained

you know who will receive your letter

you have introduced yourself

you must describe the reason you are writing the letter

 

Computer Story

your character is described in detail

you have a plot

you have someone proof read

you take comments and criticism from your proof reader

 

March 14, 2017 Bobcats, Work on your rough draft to make it better as your 2nd draft. Have your elbow partner read and comment. Keep all your drafts separate so each draft can be published on your web site. Be sure you have saved this word to web template to your web site folder.

Web Critiques and Question set 1 due Today!

March 13, 2017 Bobcats, Work on 2nd Draft due Wednesday. Web Critiques and Question set 1 due Tomorrow.

Publish your rough draft. Be sure you have saved this word to web template to your web site folder. Rename the page as your roughdraft.html Create a link from your index page to this page. Use this page to show your Word projects on your web site.

Do your 1st Web critique. Down load this page and make it part of your web site

 

Answer the questions in full sentences! Make a link to and from your index page.

Answer these questions on your Notes page. Due March 14th

Answer these questions on your Notes,html page

 

what are the Hardware parts of a computer?

what are the Software parts of a computer?

what is the extension of a file? why is it important?

what is a codec

what is Moore's Law?

what is Home Row?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 9, 2017 Bobcats, We are on a conference schedule

 

Do Touch Typing Practice

Start your 2nd draft of your Word processing assignment

do your Web critique

answer the question on computers

work on counting with Binary

 

March 8, 2017 Bobcats, Work day. Conferences tomorrow! Your rough draft was due yesterday.

Do your 1st Web critique. Down load this page and make it part of your web site

 

Answer the questions in full sentences! Make a link to and from your index page.

Answer these questions on your Notes page. Due March 14th

Answer these questions on your Notes,html page

 

what are the Hardware parts of a computer?

what are the Software parts of a computer?

what is the extension of a file? why is it important?

what is a codec

what is Moore's Law?

what is Home Row?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Late work is better than no work. Count from 2000 to 2010 and the number 2017 in binary

 

Binary is the numbering system used by computers. Copy and paste this table to your notes.html page and write the binary numbers (only ones and zeros) that are the base-10 number

base 10

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2017

base 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 7, 2017 Bobcats, Time for your 1st Web critique. Down load this page and make it part of your web site.

Rough Drafts are due at the end of class today! Print to the HP Laser jet 700 printer. Be sure your document has a header! NDCP = Name, Date, Class, and Period.

Answer the questions in full sentences! Make a link to and from your index page.

Answer these questions on your Notes page. Due March 14th

Answer these questions on your Notes,html page

 

what are the Hardware parts of a computer?

what are the Software parts of a computer?

what is the extension of a file? why is it important?

what is a codec

what is Moore's Law?

what is Home Row?

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 6, 2017, Bobcats, Do your Touch Typing Practice, then work on your rough draft that is due tomorrow! Be sure you have saved this word to web template to your web site folder. Create a link from your index page to this page. Use this page to show your Word projects on your web site.

Get ready for the Raise the Bar conferences on Thursday.

March 3, 2017, After your Touch Typing Practice, save this word to web template to your web site folder. Create a link from your index page to this page. Use this page to show your Word projects on your web site.

Your rough draft due Tuesday. Grades are on HAC. Late work is better than no work!

March 2, 2017, Bobcats, After your Touch Typing Practice, work on your rough draft due Tuesday.

make your list or lists

create an outline with your list

add details and organize your list

 

Formal Letter Project

make a list of potential problems that you want to solve

choose one of the problems based upon can it be solved?

how important is it?

what do you think your solution is

 

 

describe the problem to the best of your ability

who could help you to solve you problem research on line

do others have this problem

find a person that can help you name

title

address

other

 

 

 

 

 

Your Computer Story

Who are your characters? make a list of your characters

describe in detail who they are

what they're like

how did they get to be the way they are

what do they look like

what do they sound like

 

 

 

 

 

March 1, 2017, Bobcats, After your Touch Typing Practice, download the document and edit it in Word. After correcting the spelling, grammar and usage, use find and replace to replace 'he' with another person.

Outlines are useful to organize your thoughts.

Main topics are on the farthest left and indentions are made to put additional details with the main topics when you see an indention, than what is written there is information that relates to the line above

so here is more details

 

 

When the indent moves to the left, than a new topic is introduced.

this would be another main topic this is additional information about topic 3, just above this would be more details about the additional information above this item

 

 

 

 

 

Open a new Word blank document and put your header on it. (NDCP)

go to the Home menu and use the 'paragraph' box (3rd on from the left)

 

 

choose the icon that has the indented numbers and letters

begin make a list of each main topic each time you hit the Enter key, the cursor will go to the next line and number itself

 

 

use the 'Tab' key to move the indent point to the right

hold the 'Shift' key and hit 'Tab' to move the indent point to the left

 

 

When you begin to write (type), first make a list of any and all ideas that come to your mind you don't have to make complete sentences nor correct spelling

 

 

After completing you list or lists Copy, cut and paste your listed items in the order that makes sense.

use the Outline form to add details of each main topic

save all your documents in a series.

 

 

 

 

February 28, 2017 Bobcats, Practice Touch Typing for 10 minutes. Log in your practices on your typing journal page in Dreamweaver.

Put a header on all document handed in to any class Name - last name, first name

Date - the date your handed in the document

Class - the name of the class

Period - the period of the day

 

 

the header should be in the header area and justified to the right.

 

Word Processing Tools

enable editing button

spell check - red

gramme - green

usage - blue

find and replace

tables

auto save

 

The first word processing assignment - The Formal letter start with an outline open Word

click on a blank document

click on the top of the paper to go into the Header area

put a header on your document NDCP

 

 

click on the center of your paper to go back to the body of the document

Title your document center your title

 

 

Save As your document to your 'H:\text\' folder

 

 

from the 'Home' menu click the numbering icon to start the outline state the person's name to whom you are writing your letter what is their title

what is their address

why are your writing to this particular person?

 

 

what is the problem? Describe the problem why is it a problem?

how did it become a problem

who does the problem effect

can it be fixed? How and by whom?

do you have a solution?

what do you need this person to do?

 

 

 

 

introduce your self how do you want to be known?

how are you connected to the problem?

how are you connected to this person?

 

 

thank the person for time

consideration

effort

humanity

 

 

This outline is due Tuesday March 3rd 2015

 

 

 

 

Save all text files to your H:\text\ folder in your winhome storage area

 

 

Answer these questions on your Notes page. Due March 3rd

Answer these questions on your Notes,html page

 

what are the Hardware parts of a computer?

what are the Software parts of a computer?

what is the extension of a file? why is it important?

what is a codec

what is Moore's Law?

what is Home Row?

 

 

 

 

 

 

MicroSoft Word - a word processor

"A word processor, or word processing program, does exactly what the name implies. It processes words. It also processes paragraphs, pages, and entire papers. Some examples of word processing programs include Microsoft Word, WordPerfect (Windows only), Apple Works (Mac only), and OpenOffice.org." source - http://www.techterms.com/definition/word processor

 

letter templates - examples of letter formats

 

A look at MicroSoft Word

menus

FILE

HOME

INSERT

DESIGN

PAGE LAYOUT

REFERENCES

MAILINGS

REVIEW

VIEW

ADD-INS

ACROBAT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

February 27, 2017 Bobcats, Practice Touch Typing for 10 minutes. Log in your practices on your typing journal page in Dreamweaver. Then Word, a very popular word processing application.

This week we explore how to use text in the computer environment.

A word processor was one of the three Killer Applications that made a computer a must have appliance, first in the business then in education, now everywhere.

Writing is an amazing way to share knowledge, ideas, fantasies and joy. How do computers deal with text?

How did information become text?

Asian Block Prints (868)

Printing Press (1450)

typewriter (1860s)

Morse code (1836)

Electrical Telegraph (1836)

Morse telegraph (1838)

 

 

Pony Express (~1860-1861)

Teletype (1908)

American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ascii) (1963)

Internet (1969)

Bobcats, Word processors, the first killer app. The coding of our thoughts, plans, ideas, play and work into an alphabet which is then coded into another computer code known as ASCII (American Standard Code for Information and Interchange) is how human writing is being done today. The writer still must go through rewrite after rewrite to get to the final document but with a word processor much time is saved for production of the document which means more time is available for creativity.

Vocabulary for word processing - These terms have spread from the word processor program to many other computer programs.

text
ASCII
character
data
document
cursor
arrow keys
special function keys
command keys
cut and paste
copy and paste

 

menu bar
title bar
font
scroll
edit
insert
delete
icons
printout

 

word wrap
justification
tab
hardcopy
softcopy

 

 

 

MicroSoft Word - a word processor

"A word processor, or word processing program, does exactly what the name implies. It processes words. It also processes paragraphs, pages, and entire papers. Some examples of word processing programs include Microsoft Word, WordPerfect (Windows only), Apple Works (Mac only), and OpenOffice.org." source - http://www.techterms.com/definition/word processor

letter templates - examples of letter formats

A look at MicroSoft Word

menus

FILE

HOME

INSERT

DESIGN

PAGE LAYOUT

REFERENCES

MAILINGS

REVIEW

VIEW

ADD-INS

ACROBAT

 

 

 

 

 

 

February 24, 2017 Bobcats, Touch Typing is the fastest way to get your thoughts and ideas into digital form. You must practice Touch Typing to acquire the skill. Your goal is to be able to type at least 25 words per minute for 3 minutes with zero errors by the end of May 2017.

You must learn

Home Row

your starting hand and finger position

the asdfghjkl;' row of the keyboard

your fingers must stay on home row unless striking their assigned key. After striking the key, the finger returns to home row.

 

 

correct posture

center the keyboard so that the 'g' and 'h' keys are directly in-line with your nose

you elbows should be level or above the keyboard

sit up in your chair and lean toward the screen

do not look at your fingers nor the keyboard

 

 

to daily practice

log your practices after each practice session

the practice web site is on the Internet so you can practice where ever a keyboard can be connected to the Internet

 

 

Begin Touch Typing Practice

Log all your daily practices on your typing journal page

February 23, 2017 Bobcats, You have the hardware and the software. Your "Do Now" is to practice Touch Typing for ten minutes each at the beginning of class. Log in your practices on your typing journal page in Dreamweaver.

The essential question: - What happens when you start a computer? I will attempt to complete the model of a working computer.

Read and browse through each link

Hardware. These are the basic hardware parts of a computer system.

Motherboard

Central Processing Unit

Memory

Storage

Display

Input

Output

 

 

Software

operating system

application

utility

your

Begin Touch Typing Practice

Home Row

proper posture

don't look at the keyboard

practice every day! (10 minutes)

Your goal is to be able to touch type 25 words per minute with zero errors for three minutes.

 

Binary is the numbering system used by computers. Copy and paste this table to your notes.html page and write the binary numbers (only ones and zeros) that are the base-10 number

base 10

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2017

base 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

February 22, 2017 Bobcats, We continue with the anatomy of a computer system.

A computer is a tool which takes information from the Universe, turns the information into numbers in order to bring the information into the digital (computer) environment allowing you (the user) to change the information and create new information, then put the new information back out into the Universe.

Read and browse through each link

Hardware. These are the basic hardware parts of a computer system.

Motherboard

Central Processing Unit

Memory

Storage

Display

Input

Output

 

 

Software

operating system

application

utility

your

 

 

February 21, 2017 Bobcats, Work day. Work on you site. What is your color scheme? What does your design consist of? What's your layout? Where are your links? Work in Dreamweaver.

Your Name must be prominently displayed

an about me statement as web master of your site

who are you

what is your site going to be about

why is that interesting to you

who is your audience?

 

 

 

Your title must be prominently displayed

An introduction to your site

state the theme of your web site

what is your site about?

what will the visitors to you site learn from your site?

 

 

 

welcome people to your site

Graphics must support your site

- use the biggest images you can find. Do not use thumbnail images of the actual image.

get images from the Internet

take pictures for your web site

 

 

Have links to and from your pages

once your link has been made, you can copy and paste links to any of your pages

 

 

Save, Put and Check all your changes

More pages for your to save to your web folder and link

February 17, 2017 Bobcats, Get your Web site setup.

These are the things your must have on your index.html page:

Your Name, prominently displayed

an about me statement as web master of your site

who are you

what is your site going to be about

why is that interesting to you

who is your audience?

 

 

 

The title of your site, prominently displayed

An introduction to your site

state the theme of your web site

what is your site about?

what will the visitors to you site learn from your site?

 

 

a welcome to people who visit your site

Graphics that support your site - use the biggest images you can find. Do not use thumbnail images of the actual image.

get images from the Internet

take pictures for your web site

 

 

February 16, 2017 Bobcats, A computer is a tool which takes information from the Universe, turns the information into numbers in order to bring the information into the digital (computer) environment allowing you (the user) to change the information and create new information, then put the new information back out into the Universe.

Your Do Now

Binary is the numbering system used by computers. Copy and paste this table to your notes.html page and write the binary numbers (only ones and zeros) that are the base-10 number

base 10

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2017

base 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now to Hardware. These are the basic hardware parts of a computer system.

Motherboard

Central Processing Unit

Memory

Storage

Display

Input

Output

 

 

 

February 15, 2017 Bobcats, Get your Notes template and Typing Journal template linked to your Index page and functioning. Make links back to your index page from two new pages.

Being able to easily go from one page to the next is known as navigation.

Your Do Now is to read these links

8dot3

saving

resolution

binary

computer-literacy

February 14, 2017 Bobcats, The first part of a computer system is it's hardware.

Take notes on your notes page in Dreamweaver.

Continue your web site setup.

Read these links

8dot3

saving

resolution

binary

computer-literacy

February 13, 2017 Bobcats, A computer is a tool which takes information from the Universe, turns the information into numbers in order to bring the information into the digital (computer) environment allowing you (the user) to change the information and create new information, then put the new information back out into the Universe.

This week we will learn what a computer is, it's basic parts and how a computer system works.

open these two pages and save them to your web root folder.

Notes template

typing journal template

Read these links

8dot3

saving

resolution

binary

computer-lit

Your Web site setup is to be completed by Friday

These are the things your must have on your index.html page:

Your Name, prominently displayed

The title of your site, prominently displayed

an about me statement as web master of your site

who are you

what is your site going to be about

why is that interesting to you

who is your audience?

 

 

state the theme of your web site

a welcome to people who visit your site

Graphics that support your site - use the biggest images you can find. Do not use thumbnail images of the actual image.

get images from the Internet

take pictures for your web site

 

 

February 10, 2017 Bobcats, Continue your web site setup.

use these notes in Dreamweaver

To put images on your web site, checkout this link.

Be nice to your substitute teacher, have a great weekend, I'll see you on Monday.

February 9, 2017 Bobcats, Continue your web site setup and go online to get images for your web site.

Read the link on Some Basics on Files and Folders. You will find out:

What are file extensions, why are they important? How should you name your files?

Work on your your index.html page in Dreamweaver

You must have these items on your index.html page

Your Name, prominently displayed

The title of your site, prominently displayed

an about me statement as web master of your site

who are you

what is your site going to be about

why is that interesting to you

who is your audience?

 

 

state the theme of your web site

Graphics that support your site - use the biggest images you can find. Do not use thumbnail images of the actual image.

get images from the Internet

take pictures for your web site

 

February 8th, 2017 Bobcats, These are the things your must have on your index.html page:

Your Name, prominently displayed

The title of your site, prominently displayed

an about me statement as web master of your site who are you

what is your site going to be about

why is that interesting to you

who is your audience?

 

 

state the theme of your web site

Graphics that support your site - use the biggest images you can find. Do not use thumbnail images of the actual image. get images from the Internet

take pictures for your web site

 

 

 

February 7, 2017 Bobcats, Late Schedule

2 Hour Delay Bell Schedule

2nd period 10:10 – 10:57

4th period

1st Lunch11:00-11:30am Class 11:33 – 12:20
2nd Lunch 11:50 – 12:20 Class 11:00 – 11:47

 


3rd period 12:23 – 1:10
5th period 1:13 - 2:00
6th period 2:03 – 2:50

 


Continue Web Site Setup read Dreamweaver notes

February 3, 2017 Bobcats, How does the Internet work? Start your web site setup.

February 2, 2017 Bobcats, What are your plans for the this class this semester? How does technology effect your life?

Make of list of the tech services you use most

Use Office 360/excel to create your list

share your list with the class

This class is a Career and Technical Education class. Known as a, "CTE" class. If you pass this class with a grade of B or better, you will get high school credit.

Read the Daily Notes at the beginning of EVERY CLASS.

If you miss any class, read the Daily Notes dated for the day(s) you have missed. You are responsible for all materials, assignments, and projects presented in class whether you are present or not present. You will get additional time to complete your work as arranged with the instructor.

 

10.210.32.101 is the Internet Protocol address for the class website

 

Bobcats, File Management is your first step using information.

Sign into your computer using using your student number and the password of 'tps'

create a folder in your H: drive and name it 'oldstuff'

move all your old files into the H:\oldstuff folder

In your H: drive, create four folders text

spreadsheets

graphics

lastnamefirstintial images (a folder in your lastnamefirstintial folder_

 

 

 

 

 

Naming files and folders

Saving your work

make folders for this class

in your WinHome root folder these new folders

make folders in that folder name them

'oldfiles'

put your old files here

 

'(yourlastname-firstintial)'

in this folder, make a folder and name it 'images'

 

'text'

'spreadsheets'

'graphics'

in this folder make two folders

'bitmaps'

'vectors'

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vocabulary

Internet

intranet

Internet Protocol

IP

IP address

 

 

files

folders

root folder

servers

DO NOW!

Taking Cornell Notes for this class

Explain to the best of your knowledge and ability what a computer is.

put your heading on a piece of paper (never hand in any piece of paper without your heading)

name

date

class

period

to hand in -Write/type your information - What is your name? What kind of computer(s) do you have? What are your favorite computer assisted activities?

 

Hand in your file/paper at the end of the period

Vocabulary For Do Instructional Technology

and Do Media

computer

filo (first in last out)

fifo (first in first out)

codec

Morse code

code

decode

cryptology

language

gigabyte

bits

file

folder

bytes

path

device

:

mosaic

"true color"

megabyte

kilobyte

binary

central processing unit (cpu)

memory

mosaic

storage

server

random access

memory (ram)

wysiwyg

Internet Protocol

intranet

Internet Service Provider

domain name server

IP address

dynamic

backup

digitize

your software

operating system

latch

pixel

aesthetic

proper backup

resolution

integrity

aspect ratio

telegraph

teletype

Morse code

Pony Express

typewriter

ASCII

bitmap

format

jpeg

root folder

html

parsing

ascii art

display

input device

output device

software

application

utility

originals

composition

close up

medium angle shot

wide angle shot

positive space

negative space

exposure

shutter

aperture

electromagnetic spectrum

visible light

color temperature

exposition
character profile
plot
film treatment
script
continuity
foley artist
screen vector
ambient sound
sync sound
wild sound
close up
medium shot
wide angle shot
kick, key and fill (three point lighting)
screen credits
frames per second
persistence of vision
Murphy's Law

 

hexadecimal

pixels per square inch

jiggyjags

edges

serif

san-serif

text

character

data

word wrap

document

cursor

arrow keys

special function keys

command keys

menu bar

title bar

font

scroll

edit

insert

delete

icons

printout

cut and paste

copy and paste

justification

tab

hardcopy

softcopy

Fonts

vector graphics

Mass Media

Commercial Art

Nielsen rating

audience share

prime time

Federal Communication Commission

Public Airwaves

Public Service Announcements

demographics

fill

riff

CYMK

shapes

hue

saturation

value

stroke

color temperature

degrees Kelvin

electromagnetic spectrum

visible spectrum

wave length

wave frequency

Point of View

perspective

screen vector

composition

edges

shapes

3-point lighting

kick

key

fill

core shadow

cast shadow

high light

diffusion

scrim

Renaissance

inverse square law of light