Final Major Project – Font

For my Final Major Project, I had to consider what types of fonts I will be using for my app. I didn’t want any standard type fonts like Arial, or Times New Roman because their good for word documents, this is an app and needs to be stylish. It’s all about the deliverance of the app which makes it a success.

I used Dafont to sample some fonts because it’s a website with a massive library¬†which I’m used to.

So here are just a few type faces that I have researched into:

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Final Major Project – Colour

Before I started the build of my app I design how the app will look like, with doing that I had a colour palette in mind.

I decided to use Adobe Color to visualise the colours I will be having in my app and here is some of the colours that I have created and found from other colour palettes that other people have created:

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Likingthesecolours I went onto a different app called Coolors.co, which is a new website that has implemented what Adobe Color has done with their wheel but adding more features to create your own colour palette. You can change the Hue, Saturation, Brightness (HSB), Red, Green and Blue (RGB), Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Key (CMYK), Pantone Matching System (PMS). Also pressing the spacebar randomly generates a selection of colour which also gives you the hex code to put that into photoshop. Then to save the colours you have created you can export the colours into a PNG file.

So here is my colours on Coolors.co:

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