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Final Day 2019 – So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish


  • Bid a fond farewell for now.
  • Tell Mister M how he did, and help him improve future classes.
  • Look forward to the future.

Student-Friendly Objectives:

  • I can say “Happy Trails” until we meet again.
  • I can remember what Mister M taught me, and use it to continue to make cool things.

Google Classroom

Topics Discussed:

  • Computer Graphic Design
  • Animate Film Festival
  • Class Survey
  • Summer Vacation


Hello, and congratulations! You successfully made it to the end of Computer Graphic Design 1-2! I hope this was a fun and productive class for you, and that you learned a few things that will help you in your future endeavors.

We’ll celebrate your great work over the next couple of days, with the End-of-year Animate Film Festival! Bring your movie-watching snacks, keep an eye out for your animation, and celebrate the end of a great year by enjoying the creative works of your classmates.

If you could take a moment to let me know how I did, and how I can improve for future classes, I have attached a brief questionnaire on the Google Classroom page. It’s not for a grade, but your feedback will help me out a lot, and I’d appreciate it if you took a moment to fill it out with your honest opinions.

Now that we’re done, above all else:

  1. Remember your C.R.A.P.! Contrast, Repetition, Alignment and Proximity are the basic building blocks of good design, and if you remember to use these principles, you can be sure that everything you create will not look like actual crap.
  2. Keep on learning! Don’t stop using InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and Animate! Make sure you’re taking a class with Mrs. Delgado (AMI or Multimedia) or Mrs. Chaudhari (Game Design) if you want to keep using these programs. Otherwise, download some demo versions and keep practicing with the software, or else you’ll forget much of what you learned this year! (Rest assured, that if you do forget things, it’ll all come back to you once you start using the software again. It’s just like riding a bicycle…)
  3. Create cool things! Nothing I’ve taught you this year is worth anything unless you use it to create cool things! Use the tools, principles and techniques I’ve provided you to make things that you are proud of, and want to show off to other people! Just use your skills to make things that you truly love, and other people will love them too. (Ignore the ones that don’t. Haters gonna hate.)

It has been my great pleasure to accompany you on your journey into Computer Graphic Design this year. I hope that you enjoyed this class, and continue to seek out the beauty in a world that is all too often filled with ugly and boring things.

Remember that you are a soldier in the fight against ugliness and boredom! Fight on, and never forget your C.R.A.P.!

Posted: May 20th, 2019

Computer Graphic Design 1-2 Final Exam 2019


Students will demonstrate their understanding of Graphic Design principles and the Adobe CC Software Suite through a comprehensive summative assessment.

Student Friendly Objective:

I can demonstrate what I know about Graphic Design principles and software by completing the final exam.


Topics Discussed:

  • Computer Graphic Design
  • Graphic Design Principles
  • Adobe InDesign CC 2015
  • Adobe Photoshop CC 2015.5
  • Adobe Illustrator CC 2015.3
  • Adobe Animate CC 2015.2


  1. Click the https://classroom.google.com link, and look for today’s assignment post containing the link to the Final Exam.
  2. The exam consists of 88 questions across 10 sections, covering the Principles of Design, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Animate.
  3. You may use any online resources available to you, but you may not communicate with your classmates.
  4. Please remain silent until everyone has completed the exam.
  5. You have fifty-five (55) minutes to complete the exam. Be sure to submit your test answers before the end of the class period today.
  6. Congratulations on completing Computer Graphic Design 1-2! Thanks for all your hard work this semester!
    • Graduating Seniors: Congratulations, and good luck in your future pursuits! I know the skills you have acquired in this class serve you well, no matter what the path ahead holds for you. Don’t forget to use your C.R.A.P. in whatever you create, and may your results never look like actual crap.
    • Returning Students: See you next week, where you will have time to put the finishing touches on your final Pac-Man animations, and celebrate at the Pac-Man Film Festival!
    • I know with a certainty the skills and knowledge you have acquired in this class will help you with your continued Computer Science studies, especially in Mrs. Delgado’s Advanced Media Imaging and Multimedia classes. No matter what you do, or where you go, good design and good visual communication skills will make everything you create easier to read and nicer to look at. Keep moving forward with your studies of visual communication and graphic design, and keep helping to make the word a more beautiful place!

Assigned: May 17th, 2019
Due Date: May 17th, 2019