Visual Journalism class final project

In lieu of the end of the fall semester, I’d like to share one of my final projects with the blogosphere! For my Visual Journalism class, in which I learned the basics of Photoshop and InDesign for the first time, we were given a lot of freedom for our final project. The only guidelines given were to create our own inforgraphic and have at least one original photo in a magazine type of spread. Though some fellow students chose rather yawn-worthy, statistically complicated subjects, I naturally chose something that I knew would make this huge project enjoyable… fashion! I’ve always been fascinated with the idea of fashion trends evolving over the years, so I decided to compile research and create a timeline to depict this evolution. In order to preserve the quality and make it more readable, I cut the spread in half. Without further adieu, here it is!


Have any comments or suggestions? Feel free to leave them below! But keep in mind that I had never used InDesign or Photoshop before this class, so I’m still an amateur with a lot of learning to do. As always, thanks for reading!


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