I enjoyed making this video project because it was my first time working on premiere pro. the process I took was an approach based how life is now compared to not being in quarantine. I’ve learned that videos speech better than words, where you as video maker can express emotion with video. This was a fun project to do and I would enjoy to create another one.
The visual quote design project was a new type of graphic design work that I learned. The process of turning words to a visual representation was challenging. The word of my favorite artist Henri Matisse moved me into create a visual representation that used his style of work. The first quote i created was my favorite because I used his work into my piece.
Nintendo has developed seven home video game consoles and multiple portable consoles for use with external media, as well as dedicated consoles and other hardware for their consoles. Although the company had earlier released Color TV Game and Game, they did not achieve worldwide success until the release of the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in 1983.
The logo has not always been used by Nintendo. The logo consisted of the company name in kanji for the first seventy-five years or so since its inception in 1889. Such kanji is used as the formal company name in Japan to this day, and they continue to appear on Nintendo ‘s products, even though the racetrack logo is still used.
The Dreamcast, released in 1999, PlayStation 2, released in 2000, and Microsoft’s Xbox, released in 2001, would eventually relegate Nintendo into third place in the international market, despite the release of the GameCube. However, they retained their lead in the handheld console market, with the Game Boy Color and Advance models. This the period that Nintendo has become more forward with the advancement in logo creation.
One of their brilliant projects, a gaming console, has been designed with a special label. The mark was nevertheless not extremely original. The inscription was impetuous in red. The creative with miniature dot with “Entertainment System” made the logo stand out with such details.
In the later time period of the 60s, the logo was altered. The more modern and stylish trends in the years. The style of the 60 began a more color and hippy vibe to the world. The company had two different cultures which made the company take longer to adopt a needed design. The Japanese and American cultures are more of a business whereas Japan is more technology-based. The 60s logo was cursive and was a more stylish and surpassed logo for its time. It was compared to high-end car companies with such logos that we were also striving for in its time.
This logo is the one that everyone recognizes. It features all the parts that make the Nintendo logo so recognizable. The words are less blocky than they first appeared but still retains a similar look. They also kept the bright red color. The most noticeable change is in the look of the border between this logo and the last one. Several short-lived logos existed between this one and the last one, but they didn’t last very long. This logo has lived for many years without serious changes. It’s a great logo, and it can be hard to improve on perfection.
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