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Bob Beeching (robprod)
Fri, 23 Jul 1999 23:47:57 -0700


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Many students are trying to get a handle on designing web pages - those
who are fortunate enough to have the use of Ms "Image Composer"=20
and MS "FrontPage", find manipulating web page designs quite manageable.

This whole site is an example. For graphics the Sony "Mavica-7" digital =
still camera
makes it unnecessary to have a scanner. Just point and shoot, and it is =
transferred
to a plain old 3.5 floppy that you just slot in, and it's ready to use.

If students are into graphics, they might as well learn something about
composition and design, and how to link up pages.

Here is a sample lesson on visual composites, and a short review
on "color theory."

See: http://www.sierratel.com/robprod/artspot-.htm I think?

Enjoy!

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Many students are trying to get a handle on = designing web=20 pages - those
who are fortunate enough to = have the use=20 of  Ms "Image Composer"
and MS "FrontPage", find = manipulating web=20 page designs quite manageable.
 
This whole site is an example. For graphics the Sony = "Mavica-7" digital still camera
makes it unnecessary to have a scanner. Just point = and shoot,=20 and it is transferred
to a plain old 3.5 floppy that you just slot in, and = it's=20 ready to use.
 
If students are into graphics, they might as well = learn=20 something about
composition and design, and how to link up = pages.
 
Here is a sample lesson on visual composites, = and a short=20 review
on "color theory."
 
See: http://www.sierrat= el.com/robprod/artspot-.htm I=20 think?
 
Enjoy!
 
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