Storyboard Premiere: Don’t text while driving

This is the storyboard of my video:

Video and Film scene 2 scene 3 scene 4 scene 5 scene 6 scene 7 scene 8 Video and Film scene 10

 

 

My storyboard in Premiere:

Class Exercise: Premiere Storyboard

This is the exercise that we do in premiere:

 

Inspirations: Improvise the video

Here is the inspiration for me to improve our previous video. I was decided to improve the point that we are lacking of information, therefore I’m will edit the middle part of the video by adding some information  to it and how I play the facts in the video.

 

This video is more likely to hand drawing vector and their color combination was nice.

 

 

I like this infographic video which is from Pinterest:

-their shows the information well

-comparison between two object

-the color which was relate to their branding

Motion Info-graphic Presentation

Group members: Angela, Irfan and Carmen

Target audience: young adult & teenagers

Don’t text while driving:

 

 

 

From the video , it can see that we are lacking of information, the background music and sound was not suitable, message did not communicate well with our target audience.

 

But our advantage was the visual is strong enough to catch the attention of our target audience since they are young adults and teenagers.

Class Exercise : The story of Cosmetics

Our group member:

Angela

Irfan

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Base on the previous lectures, here’s the list of breakdown we listed which consists in the video:

• Informative – audience learns something
• Easy to read (with the texts)
• Easy to understand (yes with her explaining and having visuals and text at the same moment)
• Interesting ( not really because too plain )
• Uses quality data
• Has a point of view (about the uses of cosmetics)
• Manageable amounts of info
• Easily distinguishable and comparable data
• Good use of contrast (I guess so.. Everything is black and white except for the woman who is explaining the video so she stands out when she explains about the story)
• Clear labeling (Yes! On how the differences of the cartoon and how the drawings explains on what is it about)
example: explaining about the types of hair)
• Created for a reason (how to make a right choice and be alert of the products we’re using)
• Appropriate visual methods
• Not wasting space (yes)
• Black and white factor (the drawings)
• Avoid information overload
• Key identification
• LATCH
• Appropriate for intended audience
• No distortion of data
• Legibility
• Space management
• Simple and organized
• No chart junk
• Visually pleasing
• Grab viewer’s attention (I don’t really agree with this because it’s too plain)
• Balance between amount and size of text
• For a general audience
• Consistency of content
• Accuracy
• Encourages comparisons
• Clear purpose
• Creative
• Engaging
• Appropriate size

• Meaningful story
• Use of realism (the general attempt to depict things accurately, from either a visual, social or emotional perspective)
• Use of noticeable differences in size
• Appropriate use of fonts
• Display what is relevant

Latch
Alphabet
Time

Infographic Design 2013

Infographic Design 2013

Group exercise (Research)

Since our group deciding to make a recipe of food which is a traditional japanese cuisine-sushi. Therefore, I had search the recipe of “how to make a sushi” for kids. Here are some of the information of the sushi facts and the procedure of making of a sushi.

Types of the sushi:

  • Sashimi – sliced raw fish served without rice.
  • Oshi sushi – rice and layers of other ingredients, formed by pressing in wooden molds.
  • Nigiri sushi – small, hand-formed oblongs of rice topped with fish.

The main ingredients:

  • Nori – the seaweed squares that form the outer jacket to the sushi roll and give it its distinctive black-green appearance.
  • Filling – you can fill your sushi roll with virtually anything you like. Some common fillings include omelette, tuna mayo, cucumber, avocado, asparagus, crab stick, teriyaki chicken, Japanese pickle. Of course, raw fish is closely associated with sushi. If you use raw fish, make sure it is sushi or sashimi grade as this type of fish will be free of harmful parasites.
  • “Sticky” rice – don’t try to make sushi roll with normal long-grain rice as it won’t stick together properly, neither will it have the distinctive sushi taste and texture. Use short-grain sushi rice only.

Sushi rice recipe:

Ingredients:

  • 3 cups of sushi rice
  • 3 cups of cold water
  • ½ cup of rice vinegar
  • 2 tablespoons caster sugar
  • ½ teaspoon of salt

Method:

  1. Rinse the rice well in a sieve under cold running water.
  2. Place rice in a bowl, cover with cold water and allow to soak for half an hour.
  3. Drain rice and place in a saucepan.
  4. Add 3 cups of fresh cold water and cover.
  5. Bring to the boil over a high heat.
  6. When the water boils, reduce to a low simmer and cook until all the water is absorbed – about 10 – 12 minutes.
  7. Tip cooked rice into a bowl and allow to cool for 10 minutes.
  8. Mix vinegar, sugar and salt and drizzle over the rice, folding in with a wooden spatula or spoon.
  9. Allow the rice to cool.

Sushi roll:

  1. Lay out your bamboo rolling mat.
  2. Place a sheet of nori, shiny-side down, on the mat.
  3. Wet your hands with either rice vinegar or water and spread a thin layer of rice over the nori. Make sure you leave about a centimetre of empty space along the edge of the nori furthest from you – this is the strip that will stick the roll closed.
  4. Place your filling ingredients in a row across the centre of the rice.
  5. Moisten the empty strip of nori with a little water
  6. Take hold of the edge of the bamboo mat closest to you, roll it over the sushi and away from yourself.
  7. Squeeze the sushi as you roll to compact and shape it.
  8. Place the finished roll on a cutting board and slice in to disks about 2 cm thick.

Here are the video of how to make sushi:

How to make sushi

Credit: http://howto.yellow.co.nz/food-drink/eat-healthy/how-to-make-sushi-roll/

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