MLHS students put design skills to the test
One of the projects students worked on over the last several months was the creation of a cereal box design. Elements like UPC codes, nutritional values and other authentic parts helped make it realistic.
Manipulated photos, magazine covers, book designs and various other digital design projects were on display last week at Medical Lake High School, all created by students.
Led by high school teachers Jason Spakowski and Don Parr, the students worked in recent months to hone their skills and create the items for the show. The digital design and visual communications design classes were among those contributing to the show, which was featured in the high school lobby for a couple of days last week.
Along the way, students were excited to showcase their work, presenting it for the public to...
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