The next day, I tried to start designing these posters, but every time I tried something I either felt like I was stuck, or it wasn’t working and that I didn’t know what to do next.
These are the posters:
I realized that I might be feeling stuck and not sure what to do next because I didn’t have a plan on how the three could connect. And because I had many different ideas, they kept colliding and made my process slower. So I took the notes I wrote down from the critiques on Monday that I thought could work for me, and used them to frame my plan.
Having a plan for two directions gave me enough space to experiment, while still being productive. These are the posters:
After the critique on Wednesday, the professors thought these three posters worked well together. I didn’t think about mixing the approaches, but when they hung them next to each other, I realized that they worked really well together, because they all had the same colors and the same illustration style.