Hey, Visitor, it’s time to document your week’s work with your Week 07 Digital Portfolio Entry (DPE).
Click through and I’ll explain how your DPE will work this week.
Careers in design are everywhere but often student lump them into far too simple categories that make them sound appealing.
Have you taken the time to research and identify a couple new careers in art, design, and digital media?
Place this image at the top of your week 07 DPE.
1Research at least two different careers in the design or digital media fields. These careers rely on creativity and creative problem solving for success. Answer these following questions for each career:
- What is the career title?
- What education is needed to pursue this career?
- What would you do in this career?
- What is the salary range of this career?
- Why is Creativity important in this career?
- Why would this be a career you might like to have?
Optional Creative Career Research Resources
- The Ultimate List
- The Art Career Project
- Tech Design Careers
- Creative Boom
- High Paying jobs for Creative Thinkers
2Add any imagery that you worked on this week along with short descriptions of the process—works in progress (unfinished projects) are great example to upload to your blog post. Document what you have accomplished and learned this week. Remember to use JPGs saved using the Export > Save for Web command or you may use screenshots for smaller images. Any other images will be too large, small, or incompatible.
WARNING: Do Not click through this stage until at least the final 10 minutes of class. There is absolutely no way to finish documenting your weekly work before the week is even finished.
Once you have completed your Week 07 DPE you may then click on.
Did you complete your Week 07 DPE as instructed, Visitor?
It must be published for the Captain to see it along with previous DPE’s, an Illustrator 101 Post on Behance, and project pages for your monster and Asymmetrical design. If any of these are missing, then completing this quest will bring Damage your way.
If they’re all there, click through.
If not, get with the program.