- Write an overall evaluation of your logo (max 100 words) that answers, with evidence from viewer feedback:
|How well does your personal logo demonstrate CARP and principles of effective logo design?|
|I think that my logo demonstrates the CARP design principles and the principles of effective logo design well because when I thought deeply about how I could use all of these logo design principles to create one effective logo before I created my final product. My logo uses contrasts in its colours: the blue and purple contrasting, with the green colour that stands out. Secondly, my logo uses Alignment when I tried to make my M look unique and turn it sideways. Next, my logo uses repetition in font where I used the font on the bottom right corner of my A as well as M. Lastly, my logo has proximity in spacing with my letters (A and M).|
|What improvements would you make to your logo?|
|I think I could overall make it a little bit neater with colouring and creating my lines, some parts of my logo looked sloppy and I couldn’t tell until I printed my logo.|
- Write an overall evaluation of your personal performance (max. 100 words). This reflection should refer to your attitudes toward learning.
|I think I have a good attitude towards learning. If I don’t understand something or I don’t know how to use something, I would either look it up online, ask friends or classmates, or just ask the teacher. This time due dates were very important because I had to go to Bangkok for a swim meet, and I made sure that I would work on it while I was there. I understood that there was a due date for my criteria D, and I had to manage my time wisely so that I could have fun, but still have time to work on it alone.|
Approaches to Learning
I would give myself a 6, because I had to leave a design class early to go to a swim meet. While at the swim meet, whenever I had the time, I would go on my computer and work on my logo. I was on task when creating my logo, because I never knew the next time I would be able to work on it.
I worked well with my classmates. I usually asked them for feedback and important decisions, and to read over some of my work.
Making an Effort: 5
I usually think about how to improve my work, and ask either my family members or my friends/classmates of how I could improve as well.
Time Management: 7
I tried my best to make all deadlines for the criteria, and I organised my time very well when I was in Bangkok and at home. I would usually take 30 minutes to work on my design homework everyday.