1. Effectively apply relevant theories, practices, and principles when designing and developing works of digital media. This project requires you to research a theory to

1. Effectively apply relevant theories, practices, and principles when designing and developing works of digital media. This project requires you to research a theory to topic related to digital media design and report on it in the form of an electronic presentation. 1. Project Requirements (topics and content to cover) 2. Presentation Requirements (content organization) 3. Submission Requirements (how to submit your assignment) 4. Presentation Resources 5. Due Date Information and Late Policy Select a topic from the LIST of topics below. The topics below are a combination of theories or principles that govern the design print, web, motion design, or animation. Some topics apply to specific areas (e.g. Squash and Stretch, Anticipation, Exaggeration, Slow In and Slow Out, and Secondary Action, which are animation principles). Visual HierarchyBalanceEmphasisMovementProportionRepetitionUnityContinuationWhite SpaceContrastRhythmAlignmentProximity Symmetry Rule of Thirds Grid SystemThe Golden RatioPattern Gestalt Theory ShapeLine Focal Point Color Theory Common FateSimilarity Space Texture Squash and Stretch Anomaly Variety Closure Figure and GroundAnticipation Exaggeration Slow In and Slow Out Secondary Action Include at least for Section 1 in your presentation. Include this source as an in-slide citation and on your References slide(s). For example: If you selected Your Title Slide should contain the following: Definition (Section 1) Description of the Topic (Section 2) Illustration of the Topic (Section 3) Summary Slide Question Slide You will only need to include a “Title Only” slide. References Slide(s) ( )! (Title and Reference slides do not count toward the total slide count). a. Slides must be easy to read and uncluttered. Keep in mind the 7 x 7 rule with presentation software, which effectively states no more than 7 words per bullet and 7 bullets per slide. b. Pictures and images should be used to avoid distraction from the main contents. Include at least one table, graph, or image of an appropriate size that is relevant and supports the information provided in your paper. Feel free to create the image if you like, but it must be professional. c. Using a 36-point font for your slide title, 28-point font for main points, and 24-point font for secondary points). d. Include the slide number, title of your presentation, and your name in the footer (except on title slide). e. Appropriate for the presentation. Use creativity here, but your background color or design must not detract from the readability of the slides. A bad example would be using dark text against a dark background. Make sure the background and font colors are a good contrast. f. (use dark text against a light background or white or light colored text against a dark background. This creates contrast. Present your presentation as if you were giving it to a LIVE AUDIENCE. In addition to designing each slide, provide the transcript of the words you would actually say, while each slide is being displayed. a. Adding Text Narration to the of each slide, b. Adding Voice Narration to each slide (Export the Narration as a .MOV file). a. Include at least Two (2) Sources for Section 1. b. Include at least Two (2) Sources for Section 2. c. Include at least Two (2) Sources for Section 3. do not use unprofessional sources such as Wikipedia, About.com, Answers.com, Dictionary.com, How.com, or anything remotely similar.  Examples of include textbooks, articles, academic journals, and conference proceedings. Scholarly resources are written by experts in their fields, grounded in research, and often refereed (reviewed and edited by researchers in the field). Examples of include: trade journals or magazines. Professional sources are written for a specific audience that works in certain field. They are not research-based. You can also use our course content (e.g. Read & Watch resources) as a source as well.  UMGC has a top-notch, extensive online . You can find many scholarly and professional sources there. 1. (YouTube video | 3 mins | Automatic Closed Captioning) This YouTube video provides great tips sprinkled in with humor! 🙂 2. (YouTube video | 5 mins | Auto-generated Closed Captioning). 3. (YouTube video | 17:20 mins | Auto-generated Closed Captioning). 1. The completed presentation (PowerPoint .PPT or .PPTX, or Keynote project file) or a link to your online Prezi presentation. 2. Any images used in your presentation. 3. A PDF version of your PowerPoint or Keynote presentation (Depending on the version you use [Prezi Classic or Next], Prezi may not allow you to export a PDF file).

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