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HW 4 is about creating a brochure to ask for donations for your NPO

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HW 4 is about creating a brochure to ask for donations for your NPO. You have to use the template that I attached on Canvas in the homepage under HW4 description. Please be aware that you do not have to print the brochure. 
I explained HW4 in the last lecture and I posted the video on Canvas in the homepage. The lecture is called "Graphics lecture record". Please listen to it carefully. Plus, you can also find a step by step written explanation on Canvas in the homepage under HW4 description. 
Please look and read carefully all the material above mentioned and let me know if you still have questions after that. 
 

1    SUMMARY: Create a tri-fold brochure with 6 panels, using a Paper Direct Template for MS Word (attached). 

· Insert your NPO information on all 6 panels on both sides of the template.

· Edit your brochure and print on white paper.

·Once the print on white paper looks okay, ask the lab assistants for special Paper Direct color brochure stock paper.

·Ask a lab assistant to help you print your brochure on the color brochure stock paper.  

2. Your brochure will solicit donations or other contributions for your NPO (be sure to turn on Word’s hyphenation: Tools / Language / Hyphenation). 

·Except on the title panel, do not use a font size larger than 12 point. 

·The title of your brochure CANNOT be the name of the NPO.

·The inner (folded over) page are numbered 1, 2, and 3, while the outer page panels are numbered 4, 5, and 6.  When the brochure is folded shut, panel 6 will be the exposed panel with panel 1 opposite, inside.  When the brochure is open, panels 1, 2, and 3 will face the reader

3. The brochure content on panel 6 will provide the most essential information to the reader; something that can stand alone by itself, e.g., the mission of your NPO, as well as items (h) and (i) below.  Design is up to you, but the brochure content must have or use:

·50% to 75% of the available empty space on the brochure stock;

·Complete sentences for at least 60 percent of the area devoted to text; 

·A font size between 10 and 12 points, except on the title panel which can use larger;

·Three very different fonts or typefaces (ex., Arial, Comic, Papyrus; Stencil);

·Images on every panel (not the logo): either one image no larger than two inches high, or two images each no more than 1 inch high; do not use half-tone images or images containing all or more than half text; do not use pixilated (grainy) images.

The NPO logo only on the first and sixth panels (If your NPO does not have a logo, document on page 2 of your submission what the organization does use);

·The costs to donate or contribute;

·Complete contact information only on panel 5; and

·Your name appearing expressly as the editor only on panel 6. 

4. Print your drafts on regular white paper.  When you are satisfied with the output, contact the person on duty in the COB lab office to load your special brochure stock into the color printer.  Build a title page, build a brief description of how you created the brochure and save your final draft to an Acrobat PDF file.

·Attribute your source materials.

·Indicate clearly on your project description sheet what three fonts you used. You may use a color printer, but there is no extra credit for color work. 

·Check your work against the requirements for all submissions in this syllabus.

5. Turn your printed brochure to the assistant in the Cob computer lab office; they will put it into a small box.  You will pick up the graded brochure from the same location.

Note:  Mere reformatting (ex., changing the font type, size, format, line width, etc.) of information taken from other sources is not sufficient to demonstrate that you know how to compose and edit an important business document.  Also, you may not use verbatim information taken from any other source for more than 20 percent of your brochure.  Write using your own words.  Content, organization, composition, correct grammar and spelling are all grading considerations.

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