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Publication Design

Category: Presentation with Equipment
Type: Individual or Team

Overview

Includes a presentation. Review specific guidelines for each event as guidelines vary.

Topic: You have been hired to develop a publication portfolio for a new “fresh food” (i.e. prepared meals, ingredients to make meals, natural foods, etc.) home delivery service that will open soon in a community of about 250,000 residents. The business will be a delivery service. The business will have a variety of delivery options to meet the needs of different types of customers (i.e. meat, vegetarian, vegan, family, couples, gluten-free, etc.). The materials developed should clearly identify the target market and its products. Give the business a name. The portfolio should include a logo for the business, a poster to advertise the business, a business card, and three additional promotional products.

Guidelines

Specific Guidelines
  • The event is to highlight print publications.
  • Visual aids and samples specifically related to the project may be used in the presentation; however, no items may be left with the judges or audience.
  • Competitors may bring copies of printed materials designed for presentation.
  • Comply with state and federal copyright laws.
  • The presentation should include the team’s objective toward the topic; use of different design techniques; a list of software used; and copyright issues with images or other items.

Timeline

Equipment Setup: 5 min
Performance: 7 min
Warning: 6 min
Time Up: 7 min
Penalty Over Time: 5 pts
Q & A: 3 min

PUBLICATION DESIGN PRESENTATION RATING SHEET

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Graphic Design

Category: Presentation with Equipment
Type: Individual or Team

Overview

Includes a presentation. Review specific guidelines for each event as guidelines vary.

Topic: Create a digital magazine spread for the FBLA publication, Tomorrow’s Business Leader. You must include a cover; a feature article on an FBLA program; an interview with an educator, professional member, or sponsor; and a promotional announcement for the 2018 National Leadership Conference in Baltimore.

Guidelines

Specific Guidelines
  • Emphasize graphic interpretation of the topic and design.
  • Do not use any words, diagrams, clip art, and/or artwork that are not public domain.
  • The logo must be saved in JPEG, GIF, or EPS format. Graphics should be computer generated.

Timeline

Equipment Setup: 5 min
Performance: 7 min
Warning: 6 min
Time Up: 7 min
Penalty Over Time: 5 pts
Q & A: 3 min

Create a digital sales kit for the regional softball tournament to be held in Bellevue this summer. It is July 6-9, 2017 (to be used for the promoting event and our Bellevue community). Use the name and logo below (Bellevue Steam) throughout the digital sales kit. All files should be shown in the final presentation. The kit should include:

  • Program to be distributed at each game of the tournament–Use InDesign
  • infographic highlighting successful businesses and touristic places in and around Bellevue–Use Illustrator
  • stock photo collage to make posters/mailings geared for promoting businesses in Bellevue–Use Photoshop

GRAPHIC DESIGN Create a digital sales kit for the regional softball tournament to be held in Bellevue this summer. It is July 6-9, 2017 (to be used for the promoting event and our Bellevue community). Use the name and logo below (Bellevue Steam) throughout the digital sales kit. All files should be shown in the final presentation. The kit should include:

  • Program to be distributed at each game of the tournament–Use InDesign
  • infographic highlighting successful businesses and touristic places in and around Bellevue–Use Illustrator
  • stock photo collage to make posters/mailings geared for promoting businesses in Bellevue–Use Photoshop

 

GRAPHIC DESIGN Create a digital sales kit for the regional softball tournament to be held in Bellevue this summer. It is July 6-9, 2017 (to be used for the promoting event and our Bellevue community). Use the name and logo below (Bellevue Steam) throughout the digital sales kit. All files should be shown in the final presentation. The kit should include:

  • Program to be distributed at each game of the tournament–Use InDesign
  • infographic highlighting successful businesses and touristic places in and around Bellevue–Use Illustrator
  • stock photo collage to make posters/mailings geared for promoting businesses in Bellevue–Use Photoshop

 

FINAL PROJECT–MARKETING CAMPAIGN

BEGIN FINAL PROJECT

SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue community to design a marketing/fundraising strategy that promotes the new Cal Ripken Baseball League. Here is what you know so far:

  1. Design a plan/strategy for marketing & fundraising for our little league.
  2. As our opportunities increase with this new organization, so do our expenses & working the Benders stand one weekend a summer won’t get it done.  We have the state Cal Ripken non-profit tax id number we can use which could really help with donations too.
  3. I think it would be neat to get something in place for the future, that kids coming up through the league could get involved in after the fact to help “give back” so to speak.
  4. We need to come up with a name for our league that doesn’t say “Little League” in it since that now depicts a specific organization.  I think I labeled it something like Bellevue Youth Baseball and Softball League, which may or may not be good enough – it sure isn’t very creative.
  5. We’ll also need to come up with a standard name for travel teams – something other than the “Stars”.  Would like to see something representative of the area if possible, i.e. Bellevue Steam (like the old steam engines that used to be here), or something to do with the river or bluffs or something.
  6. We could have separate names for the boys and girls, but would be nice to have something common and recognizable.

Here is how you will be scored:

  1. Identification of target market
  2. Develop a logo
  3. Develop a slogan
  4. Design a uniform
  5. Use of Photoshop
  6. Use of Illustrator
  7. Use of InDesign
  8. Research possible fundraising opportunities

 

SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue Community School District to promote their school district to incoming families and other communities within driving distance of BCSD. Create print and multimedia materials to promote the Bellevue Community School District. You have today in the next  5 classes to work on this. Here is how you will be scored:

  1. Identification of target market
  2. Use of Photoshop
  3. Use of Illustrator
  4. Use of InDesign
  5. Use of FireWorks
  6. Use of Flash

FINAL PROJECT

SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue Community School District to promote their school district to incoming families and other communities within driving distance of BCSD. Create print and multimedia materials to promote the Bellevue Community School District. You have today in the next  4 classes to work on this. Here is how you will be scored:

  1. Identification of target market
  2. Use of Photoshop
  3. Use of Illustrator
  4. Use of InDesign
  5. Use of FireWorks
  6. Use of Flash

FINAL PROJECT

SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue Community School District to promote their school district to incoming families and other communities within driving distance of BCSD. Create print and multimedia materials to promote the Bellevue Community School District. You have today in the next  3 classes to work on this. Here is how you will be scored:

  1. Identification of target market
  2. Use of Photoshop
  3. Use of Illustrator
  4. Use of InDesign
  5. Use of FireWorks
  6. Use of Flash

FINAL PROJECT

SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue Community School District to promote their school district to incoming families and other communities within driving distance of BCSD. Create print and multimedia materials to promote the Bellevue Community School District. You have today in the next  2 classes to work on this. Here is how you will be scored:

  1. Identification of target market
  2. Use of Photoshop
  3. Use of Illustrator
  4. Use of InDesign
  5. Use of FireWorks
  6. Use of Flash

FINAL PROJECT

SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue Community School District to promote their school district to incoming families and other communities within driving distance of BCSD. Create print and multimedia materials to promote the Bellevue Community School District. You have today and next class to work on this. Here is how you will be scored:

  1. Identification of target market
  2. Use of Photoshop
  3. Use of Illustrator
  4. Use of InDesign
  5. Use of FireWorks
  6. Use of Flash

FINAL PROJECT–MARKETING CAMPAIGN

SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue community to design a marketing/fundraising strategy that promotes the new Cal Ripken Baseball League. Here is what you know so far:

  1. Set up a time line of events–ultimately, it would be ideal for you to implement one of your fundraising ideas during your last week of school–create a Google Calendar for this marketing campaign and share it with Mike and Mrs. Weber.
  2. Come up with a single name – like Bellevue Blast or Bellevue Steam.  I keep picturing a cool logo for Bellevue Steam with a steam engine going down the tracks by the river with limestone bluffs in the background and steam coming out of the stack.
  3. REMINDERS:
    1. Design a plan/strategy for marketing & fundraising for our little league.
    2. As our opportunities increase with this new organization, so do our expenses & working the Benders stand one weekend a summer won’t get it done.  We have the state Cal Ripken non-profit tax id number we can use which could really help with donations too.
    3. I think it would be neat to get something in place for the future, that kids coming up through the league could get involved in after the fact to help “give back” so to speak.
    4. We need to come up with a name for our league that doesn’t say “Little League” in it since that now depicts a specific organization.  I think I labeled it something like Bellevue Youth Baseball and Softball League, which may or may not be good enough – it sure isn’t very creative.
    5. We’ll also need to come up with a standard name for travel teams – something other than the “Stars”.  Would like to see something representative of the area if possible, i.e. Bellevue Steam (like the old steam engines that used to be here), or something to do with the river or bluffs or something.
    6. We could have separate names for the boys and girls, but would be nice to have something common and recognizable.

Here is how you will be scored:

  1. Identification of target market
  2. Develop a logo
  3. Develop a slogan
  4. Design a uniform
  5. Use of Photoshop
  6. Use of Illustrator
  7. Use of InDesign
  8. Research possible fundraising opportunities

YOU WILL BEGIN CREATING YOUR PRESENTATION IN 5 CLASSES

You have today and the next 5 classes to plan your first fundraising activity. You will be expected to implement the fundraiser during the last week of school.

FINAL PROJECT–MARKETING CAMPAIGN

SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue community to design a marketing/fundraising strategy that promotes the new Cal Ripken Baseball League. Here is what you know so far:

  1. Set up a time line of events–ultimately, it would be ideal for you to implement one of your fundraising ideas during your last week of school–create a Google Calendar for this marketing campaign and share it with Mike and Mrs. Weber.
  2. Come up with a single name – like Bellevue Blast or Bellevue Steam.  I keep picturing a cool logo for Bellevue Steam with a steam engine going down the tracks by the river with limestone bluffs in the background and steam coming out of the stack.
  3. REMINDERS:
    1. Design a plan/strategy for marketing & fundraising for our little league.
    2. As our opportunities increase with this new organization, so do our expenses & working the Benders stand one weekend a summer won’t get it done.  We have the state Cal Ripken non-profit tax id number we can use which could really help with donations too.
    3. I think it would be neat to get something in place for the future, that kids coming up through the league could get involved in after the fact to help “give back” so to speak.
    4. We need to come up with a name for our league that doesn’t say “Little League” in it since that now depicts a specific organization.  I think I labeled it something like Bellevue Youth Baseball and Softball League, which may or may not be good enough – it sure isn’t very creative.
    5. We’ll also need to come up with a standard name for travel teams – something other than the “Stars”.  Would like to see something representative of the area if possible, i.e. Bellevue Steam (like the old steam engines that used to be here), or something to do with the river or bluffs or something.
    6. We could have separate names for the boys and girls, but would be nice to have something common and recognizable.

Here is how you will be scored:

  1. Identification of target market
  2. Develop a logo
  3. Develop a slogan
  4. Design a uniform
  5. Use of Photoshop
  6. Use of Illustrator
  7. Use of InDesign
  8. Research possible fundraising opportunities

YOU WILL BEGIN CREATING YOUR PRESENTATION IN 4 CLASSES

You have today and the next 4 classes to plan your first fundraising activity. You will be expected to implement the fundraiser during the last week of school.

GOAL FOR TODAY:

  1. Have 4 fundraising ideas
  2. Have dates in place for the fundraisers

FINAL PROJECT–MARKETING CAMPAIGN

SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue community to design a marketing/fundraising strategy that promotes the new Cal Ripken Baseball League. Here is what you know so far:

  1. Set up a time line of events–ultimately, it would be ideal for you to implement one of your fundraising ideas during your last week of school–create a Google Calendar for this marketing campaign and share it with Mike and Mrs. Weber.
  2. Come up with a single name – like Bellevue Blast or Bellevue Steam.  I keep picturing a cool logo for Bellevue Steam with a steam engine going down the tracks by the river with limestone bluffs in the background and steam coming out of the stack.
  3. REMINDERS:
    1. Design a plan/strategy for marketing & fundraising for our little league.
    2. As our opportunities increase with this new organization, so do our expenses & working the Benders stand one weekend a summer won’t get it done.  We have the state Cal Ripken non-profit tax id number we can use which could really help with donations too.
    3. I think it would be neat to get something in place for the future, that kids coming up through the league could get involved in after the fact to help “give back” so to speak.
    4. We need to come up with a name for our league that doesn’t say “Little League” in it since that now depicts a specific organization.  I think I labeled it something like Bellevue Youth Baseball and Softball League, which may or may not be good enough – it sure isn’t very creative.
    5. We’ll also need to come up with a standard name for travel teams – something other than the “Stars”.  Would like to see something representative of the area if possible, i.e. Bellevue Steam (like the old steam engines that used to be here), or something to do with the river or bluffs or something.
    6. We could have separate names for the boys and girls, but would be nice to have something common and recognizable.

Here is how you will be scored:

  1. Identification of target market
  2. Develop a logo
  3. Develop a slogan
  4. Design a uniform
  5. Use of Photoshop
  6. Use of Illustrator
  7. Use of InDesign
  8. Research possible fundraising opportunities

YOU WILL BEGIN CREATING YOUR PRESENTATION IN 3 CLASSES

You have today and the next 3 classes to plan your first fundraising activity. You will be expected to implement the fundraiser during the last week of school.

FINAL PROJECT–MARKETING CAMPAIGN

SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue community to design a marketing/fundraising strategy that promotes the new Cal Ripken Baseball League. Here is what you know so far:

  1. Set up a time line of events–ultimately, it would be ideal for you to implement one of your fundraising ideas during your last week of school–create a Google Calendar for this marketing campaign and share it with Mike and Mrs. Weber.
  2. Come up with a single name – like Bellevue Blast or Bellevue Steam.  I keep picturing a cool logo for Bellevue Steam with a steam engine going down the tracks by the river with limestone bluffs in the background and steam coming out of the stack.
  3. REMINDERS:
    1. Design a plan/strategy for marketing & fundraising for our little league.
    2. As our opportunities increase with this new organization, so do our expenses & working the Benders stand one weekend a summer won’t get it done.  We have the state Cal Ripken non-profit tax id number we can use which could really help with donations too.
    3. I think it would be neat to get something in place for the future, that kids coming up through the league could get involved in after the fact to help “give back” so to speak.
    4. We need to come up with a name for our league that doesn’t say “Little League” in it since that now depicts a specific organization.  I think I labeled it something like Bellevue Youth Baseball and Softball League, which may or may not be good enough – it sure isn’t very creative.
    5. We’ll also need to come up with a standard name for travel teams – something other than the “Stars”.  Would like to see something representative of the area if possible, i.e. Bellevue Steam (like the old steam engines that used to be here), or something to do with the river or bluffs or something.
    6. We could have separate names for the boys and girls, but would be nice to have something common and recognizable.

Here is how you will be scored:

  1. Identification of target market
  2. Develop a logo
  3. Develop a slogan
  4. Design a uniform
  5. Use of Photoshop
  6. Use of Illustrator
  7. Use of InDesign
  8. Research possible fundraising opportunities

YOU WILL BEGIN CREATING YOUR PRESENTATION IN 2 CLASSES

You have today and the next 2 classes to plan your first fundraising activity. You will be expected to implement the fundraiser during the last week of school.

FINAL PROJECT–MARKETING CAMPAIGN

SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue community to design a marketing/fundraising strategy that promotes the new Cal Ripken Baseball League. Here is what you know so far:

  1. Set up a time line of events–ultimately, it would be ideal for you to implement one of your fundraising ideas during your last week of school–create a Google Calendar for this marketing campaign and share it with Mike and Mrs. Weber.
  2. Come up with a single name – like Bellevue Blast or Bellevue Steam.  I keep picturing a cool logo for Bellevue Steam with a steam engine going down the tracks by the river with limestone bluffs in the background and steam coming out of the stack.
  3. REMINDERS:
    1. Design a plan/strategy for marketing & fundraising for our little league.
    2. As our opportunities increase with this new organization, so do our expenses & working the Benders stand one weekend a summer won’t get it done.  We have the state Cal Ripken non-profit tax id number we can use which could really help with donations too.
    3. I think it would be neat to get something in place for the future, that kids coming up through the league could get involved in after the fact to help “give back” so to speak.
    4. We need to come up with a name for our league that doesn’t say “Little League” in it since that now depicts a specific organization.  I think I labeled it something like Bellevue Youth Baseball and Softball League, which may or may not be good enough – it sure isn’t very creative.
    5. We’ll also need to come up with a standard name for travel teams – something other than the “Stars”.  Would like to see something representative of the area if possible, i.e. Bellevue Steam (like the old steam engines that used to be here), or something to do with the river or bluffs or something.
    6. We could have separate names for the boys and girls, but would be nice to have something common and recognizable.

Here is how you will be scored:

  1. Identification of target market
  2. Develop a logo
  3. Develop a slogan
  4. Design a uniform
  5. Use of Photoshop
  6. Use of Illustrator
  7. Use of InDesign
  8. Research possible fundraising opportunities

YOU WILL BEGIN CREATING YOUR PRESENTATION NEXT CLASS

You have today and the next class to plan your first fundraising activity. You will be expected to implement the fundraiser during the last week of school.

FINAL PROJECT–MARKETING CAMPAIGN

SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue community to design a marketing/fundraising strategy that promotes the new Cal Ripken Baseball League. Here is what you know so far:

  1. Set up a time line of events–ultimately, it would be ideal for you to implement one of your fundraising ideas during your last week of school–create a Google Calendar for this marketing campaign and share it with Mike and Mrs. Weber.
  2. Come up with a single name – like Bellevue Blast or Bellevue Steam.  I keep picturing a cool logo for Bellevue Steam with a steam engine going down the tracks by the river with limestone bluffs in the background and steam coming out of the stack.
  3. REMINDERS:
    1. Design a plan/strategy for marketing & fundraising for our little league.
    2. As our opportunities increase with this new organization, so do our expenses & working the Benders stand one weekend a summer won’t get it done.  We have the state Cal Ripken non-profit tax id number we can use which could really help with donations too.
    3. I think it would be neat to get something in place for the future, that kids coming up through the league could get involved in after the fact to help “give back” so to speak.
    4. We need to come up with a name for our league that doesn’t say “Little League” in it since that now depicts a specific organization.  I think I labeled it something like Bellevue Youth Baseball and Softball League, which may or may not be good enough – it sure isn’t very creative.
    5. We’ll also need to come up with a standard name for travel teams – something other than the “Stars”.  Would like to see something representative of the area if possible, i.e. Bellevue Steam (like the old steam engines that used to be here), or something to do with the river or bluffs or something.
    6. We could have separate names for the boys and girls, but would be nice to have something common and recognizable.

Here is how you will be scored:

  1. Identification of target market
  2. Develop a logo
  3. Develop a slogan
  4. Design a uniform
  5. Use of Photoshop
  6. Use of Illustrator
  7. Use of InDesign
  8. Research possible fundraising opportunities

BEGIN CREATING YOUR PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATION. YOU HAVE TODAY AND THE NEXT TWO CLASSES.

You have today to finish planning your first fundraising activity. You will be expected to implement the fundraiser during the last week of school.

FINAL PROJECT–MARKETING CAMPAIGN

SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue community to design a marketing/fundraising strategy that promotes the new Cal Ripken Baseball League. Here is what you know so far:

  1. Set up a time line of events–ultimately, it would be ideal for you to implement one of your fundraising ideas during your last week of school–create a Google Calendar for this marketing campaign and share it with Mike and Mrs. Weber.
  2. Come up with a single name – like Bellevue Blast or Bellevue Steam.  I keep picturing a cool logo for Bellevue Steam with a steam engine going down the tracks by the river with limestone bluffs in the background and steam coming out of the stack.
  3. REMINDERS:
    1. Design a plan/strategy for marketing & fundraising for our little league.
    2. As our opportunities increase with this new organization, so do our expenses & working the Benders stand one weekend a summer won’t get it done.  We have the state Cal Ripken non-profit tax id number we can use which could really help with donations too.
    3. I think it would be neat to get something in place for the future, that kids coming up through the league could get involved in after the fact to help “give back” so to speak.
    4. We need to come up with a name for our league that doesn’t say “Little League” in it since that now depicts a specific organization.  I think I labeled it something like Bellevue Youth Baseball and Softball League, which may or may not be good enough – it sure isn’t very creative.
    5. We’ll also need to come up with a standard name for travel teams – something other than the “Stars”.  Would like to see something representative of the area if possible, i.e. Bellevue Steam (like the old steam engines that used to be here), or something to do with the river or bluffs or something.
    6. We could have separate names for the boys and girls, but would be nice to have something common and recognizable.

Here is how you will be scored:

  1. Identification of target market
  2. Develop a logo
  3. Develop a slogan
  4. Design a uniform
  5. Use of Photoshop
  6. Use of Illustrator
  7. Use of InDesign
  8. Research possible fundraising opportunities

YOU HAVE TODAY AND THE NEXT FOUR CLASSES TO ROLL OUT YOUR MARKETING PLAN FOR YOUR FUNDRAISER. THE FUNDRAISER MUST BE IMPLEMENTED DURING THE LAST WEEK OF SCHOOL!!

You need to turn in:

  1. A file created using Photoshop–turn in as a JPG & PSD file
  2. A file created using Illustrator–turn in as a GIF & AI
  3. A file created using InDegisn–turn in as a PDF & INDD

YOU HAVE TODAY AND THE NEXT THREE CLASSES TO ROLL OUT YOUR MARKETING PLAN FOR YOUR FUNDRAISER. THE FUNDRAISER MUST BE IMPLEMENTED DURING THE LAST WEEK OF SCHOOL!!

You need to turn in:

  1. A file created using Photoshop–turn in as a JPG & PSD file
  2. A file created using Illustrator–turn in as a GIF & AI
  3. A file created using InDegisn–turn in as a PDF & INDD

YOU HAVE TODAY AND THE NEXT TWO CLASSES TO ROLL OUT YOUR MARKETING PLAN FOR YOUR FUNDRAISER. THE FUNDRAISER MUST BE IMPLEMENTED DURING THE LAST WEEK OF SCHOOL!!

You need to turn in:

  1. A file created using Photoshop–turn in as a JPG & PSD file
  2. A file created using Illustrator–turn in as a GIF & AI
  3. A file created using InDegisn–turn in as a PDF & INDD

YOU HAVE TODAY AND THE NEXT CLASS TO ROLL OUT YOUR MARKETING PLAN FOR YOUR FUNDRAISER. THE FUNDRAISER MUST BE IMPLEMENTED DURING THE LAST WEEK OF SCHOOL!!

You need to turn in:

  1. A file created using Photoshop–turn in as a JPG & PSD file
  2. A file created using Illustrator–turn in as a GIF & AI
  3. A file created using InDegisn–turn in as a PDF & INDD

PLEASE TALK TO MR. JESS TO ENROLL IN ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

  1. Business Computer Applications I–college credit
  2. Business Computer Applications II–Google Suite, online tools/apps, Intro to Microsoft Excel & Access
  3. Advanced Computer Applications (take Apps I & II first)–college credit
  4. Multimedia Marketing–Marketing basics, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, animations…….
  5. Web Design (take Multimedia Marketing first)–college credit
  6. Entrepreneurship (21st Century Business I)–Basic business concepts & how to own your own business
  7. Personal Finance (21st Century Business II)–Investing, Banking, Stocks, Bonds, etc.–all through an online simulation