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Portfolio

Kory Burrows

Kory Burrows
Address: 421 Maple Drive Rexburg Idaho 83440
Phone: 208-358-8855
Email: bur122080@byui.edu

Table of Contents
4. Brochure
6. Business card
8. Photo design
10. Logos
12. Flier
14. Montage
16. Web design
18. Event ad

Brochure
Description: This is a brochure that I created to inform people of a business that I made
and what we do.
Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): I used illustrator to create my logo, photoshop to edit the
photos, and indesign to put it all together. I used a triadic and a big split complementary
color scheme.
Message: My message is to inform people of my business and that we want to help them
get into the holiday spirit.
Audience: Audience is homeowners or business owners that want to decorate their buildings
and homes for Christmas.
Top Thing Learned: Top thing that I learned is that I really actually enjoy making brochures.
Color scheme and color names: color scheme is both triadic for the brochure and with the
logo it makes it a big split complementary. My colors were purple, blue, red, and yellow.
Title Font Name & Category: decorative Snowinter
Copy Font Name & Category: san serif Lao MN

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Business card
Description: A business card that I designed for myself as a director/actor/producer
Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): I designed my logo on adobe illustrator then placed
it into adobe indesign to make my business card. I used the circle tool, pen tool, and
rectangle tool. I kept rearranging it and changing things till it was how I wanted it. I then
went through the critique process and got suggestions of how to make it better and I
implemented some of the changes that were suggested to me. I ended up making it double
sided and put my picture with my agents information on the back.
Message: My message is to inform people that I have Produced, acted, and directed multiple
shows and know how to do all things involved with putting together a show.
Audience: Anyone in need of assistance for putting together a production
Top Thing Learned: I learned a lot more about adobe illustrator and all the cool things that
can be done in it. I also learned how to take something from illustrator and put it into
indesign.
Color scheme and color names: gold
Title Font Name & Category: none
Copy Font Name & Category: san serif, Geneva

Letterhead
Description: A business card that I designed for myself as a director/actor/producer
Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): I designed my logo on adobe illustrator then placed
it into adobe indesign to make my business card. I used the circle tool, pen tool, and
rectangle tool. I kept rearranging it and changing things till it was how I wanted it. I then
went through the critique process and got suggestions of how to make it better and I
implemented some of the changes that were suggested to me. I ended up making it double
sided and put my picture with my agents information on the back.
Message: My message is to inform people that I have Produced, acted, and directed multiple
shows and know how to do all things involved with putting together a show.
Audience: Anyone in need of assistance for putting together a production
Top Thing Learned: I learned a lot more about adobe illustrator and all the cool things that
can be done in it. I also learned how to take something from illustrator and put it into
indesign.
Color scheme and color names: gold
Title Font Name & Category: none
Copy Font Name & Category: san serif, Geneva

Photo design
Description: This project demonstrates the ability to bring colors from a picture into a
design. It also shows photography and photoshop skills.
Process (Programs, Tools, Skills: First I took a picture that I liked and edited it the way I
wanted it by balancing color and changing the color of her dress to match the color scheme
of my choice. Then I took colors from the photo and incorporated them into the design of
my poster. I used photoshop to create my design.
Message: If you have a talent share it and let people know what you can do.
Audience: Target audience is for anyone who has a talent.
Top Thing Learned: Photoshop is really fun to work with and some amazing things can be
done with it that I didnt know could be done.
Color scheme: Monochromatic color names: Teal
Title Font Name & Category: old style: times new roman
Copy Font Name & Category: old style: times new roman

Flier
Description: This project is a flier for a leadership conference.
Process: This is a flier I made with adobe indesign. It was my first time using adobe in
design so I used the simple basic tools. I started by making 4 four different possible
sketches for the design. I then chose the best design and took it to indesign. I tried to
mainly use proximity in this design. My hope is that your eyes will make an S shape as you
go through this flier starting with the title, Graduation Leadership Conference, then have
them go gown to the picture of the business woman and then to the text which provides
information about the event and a website to register at. Finally down to the date, time,
and place and onto the companies logo. I also wanted the gesalts element of the design to
stick out which is why I placed the stair shape at both the bottom and the top of the page
facing each other. My hope with this is that it would help pull everything together into a
single design.
Message: My message is for recently graduating or graduated students who have a desire to
become better leaders.
Audience: I tried to make this appeal to graduating/graduated students
What I learned: I learned that making an advertisement is not just throwing a picture with
information and a title onto a page and calling it good. There are actual artistic designs and
elements that go into it that help it to be more engaging.
Title font and category: Impact san serif
Copy font and category: KefaModern

Montage
Description: A photoshop project that demonstrates the ability to use masks and blend
photos together, as well as other simple photo adjustments like levels, light, contrast etc.
Process (Programs, Tools, Skills, Steps taken while designing): I chose two photos that I liked
and that I thought went well together. Then using photoshop I put them together using a
mask and the brush tool. I then chose two filters that I liked and put them on the main
background photo. When I did that I thought it made my focal picture look a little off so I
added another different filter to that layer only. I made some adjustments to the light and
added my quote by President Thomas S. Monson.
Message: stand up for what you believe even if you think you stand alone.
Audience: mainly LDS community, but really for anyone who needs help to be who they are
and defend what they believe.
Top Thing Learned: Masking is an awesome photoshop feature that can be used to
accomplish some awesome things.
Filter / Colorization used and where it was applied: I used two separate filter on my
background photo and one filter on my focal picture.
Title Font Name & Category: Herculanum Regular san serif
Thumbnails of Images used: DSCF4586. jpg, jesus-christ-and-pharisees-1138112-wallpaper.
jpg
Sources (Links to images on original websites / with title of site): https://www.lds.org/
media-library/images/jesus-christ-and-pharisees-1138112?lang=eng LDS.org

Logos
Description: A company logo
Process: (Programs, Tools, Skills): I used adobe illustrator. I made up a company that I
wanted to make a logo for. I decided what kind of company they would be and I made three
different possible logos. I then had 10 people vote on them and had a tie so I just chose
one to use for the logo. I then made necessary adjustments to get it to look the way I
wanted and I made three versions of that logo.
Message: The message is to tell of theatre company that is modern but likes to keep things
like an old fashion theatre so I tried to pull that across in my logo.
Audience: My intended audience is anyone who enjoys live productions.
Top Thing Learned: the top thing I learned is that adobe illustrator had a lot of things that
it can do and I need to learn them because there is some cool stuff.
Color Scheme and Color Names: split complementary: yellow, Indigo, Violet
Title/Body Font Names & Categories: Raconteur NF, decorative

Web Design
Description: This is a webpage I used to showcase a logo that I made
Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): To make this webpage I used html and css in the program
text wrangler. I had to link the two together and use the proper coding to get it to work
correctly. I then validated.
Message: The massage is to those who want to see my logo and know how I made it and
the process I went through to get it to look the way it now does. It is also something that
potential future employers can see to look at my web page skills.
Audience: My audience is any potential future employers.
Top Thing Learned: html can be hard and need a lot of patience especially when first
starting out but some really cool things can be done with it and css
Color scheme and color hex(s): I carried my logos color scheme into my web page that way
they accented each other and complimented each other. I used split complimentary with
yellow, indigo, and violet
Title Font Families & Category: I used arial, san serif
Copy Font Families & Category: I used times new roman, old style
Changes made to the CSS: I changed the font type and color, background color, and header
color.

Event ad
Description: This ad if for a gala that the Wild-Aid charity group is doing in order to raise
money to stop consumption of wild animals
Process: Made on Microsoft Word using shapes, background, color, and images.
Message: Inform people of the gala and try to get them there so they can raise money to
reduce wild animal consumption.
Color scheme: monochromatic using shades of indigo.
Top things learned: working with word takes a lot of patients but it can still create great
things.
Title font: AD DARLING, Decorative
Copy font: ARIAL BLACK, san serif
Scanned image: From National Geographic Ivory Magazine. Scanned image at Office.