Hierarchy & Layout
This theme will hone in on hierarchy, with a focus on your layout techniques.
Design your quarantine schedule. We all have some crazy, idiosyncratic schedules these days so, let’s be real and share the weirdness.
TOP FIVE PARTICIPANT FAVORITES
Each week participants vote on their favorites.
The votes earn the designer points.
The designer with the most points at the end of all 4 challenges wins the 1-year Skillshare membership!
Here are the top five from week 3.
I’ve been working on this Quarantine Routine for the past 10 weeks working from home. I did a piece in the beginning of it all and now added more items to reflect any additional habits.
Rather than a quarantine schedule, I have more of a set of “phases” I go through during the day, in a (somewhat) consistent order with no set timing each day. I’m normally the kind of person that likes a strict schedule, but these past few months, I’ve been trying to just go with the flow.
Well this is my weekly schedule for the quarantine. 🙂 Looking at my schedule while creating it, I probably need to change when I go to bed! lol
My daily schedule in the form of a mobile app.
I had full intentions of making a legitimate schedule… and then I don’t know how or why, but 2009 Kesha came over me. I altered the lyrics to fit with how this quarantine is going for me, enjoy!
My daily routine is very routine. But it’s simple, and organized as is as my design with few elements that lend some movement.
Although I made this in a circle because as soon as it ends, it starts over again, each day is different and unique in its own way. For example, sometimes I eat dessert after breakfast too.
Here’s my best go at a representation of my weekly schedule, though at this point the concept of a ‘schedule’ seems completely malleable.
An honest look at what my schedule has been like during quarantine.
Monday through Friday you can find me in the home office… working & drinking coffee.
I have the ability to work from home so, my weekdays haven’t changed much, except for being closer to a fridge (hence the multiple snack times). Animal Crossing and art (or at least trying to art) take up most of my weekend time.
Honestly my schedule is so simple that I didn’t have much to add and just kept it plain with using only typography and playing with color theory. This piece is just a glance at what it’s like for students in college during this crazy pandemic were in.