Jessica Hische – The colorful designer

Jessica Hische (conceived Jessica Nicole Hische, 1984) is an American letterer, artist, and illustrator creator. She is best known for her own undertakings, ‘Day by day Drop Cap and the ‘Should I Work for Free’ flowchart. She distributed “In Progress: See Inside a Lettering Artist’s Sketchbook and Process, from Pencil to Vector” (Jessica Hische. (2017, September. para 1)


Her works bring to life the colorful and childish illustrations to life with the beautiful charm of  childhood innocence and vibrant colors. She is best known for her addorable typeface called the :buttermilk font:






Today Jessica usually spends her time amongst Brooklyn and San Francisco. What’s more, to finish everything off, it’s the place she set up a shared studio and workshop space for different creatives to use, learn, and develop. (Katy.H. 2017, April . para 3)


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The principles of design.

Just like any Aspact of art one needs to follow certain principles to demonstrate the correct appeal in design. There are seven known principles of design.

  • Balance
  • Contrast
  • Emphasis
  • Movement
  • variety
  • Rhythm
  • Unity/Variety

But what do these 7 principles mean? and how are they relevant to design?

Balance: alludes to the visual weight of the components of the creation and art. It is a feeling that the work of art feels stable and “feels right.” and the idea that the work is spread out equally (Marder, L. (n.d.).para4). The sense of balance can then be achieved through Symmetry and Asymmetry

Contrast: is the thing that individuals mean when they say an outline. color or image “reverberates or pops out.” It leaves far from the page and art work and sorta glues to your memory. Differentiation is what makes space and contrast. (The 7 principles of design.2017, June.para 11)

emphasis: is away to bring a predominance into an outline or picture. Significant questions, shapes, or hues may rule a photo by consuming up more room or by being heavier in volume or by being darker in shading than the subordinate protests, shapes and hues. There must be adjust between the predominant and subordinate components. (Rush, T. n.d. para11.)

movement: is the aftereffect of utilizing the components of workmanship to such an extent that they move the watcher’s eye around and inside the picture. Sorta like an optical illusion. The eye moves with the picture as if it were sentient. (Marder, L. n.d. para 12.)

varietyThe utilization of various hues, sizes, shapes, and so forth to make intrigue and maintain a strategic distance from repetitiveness. (The Principles of Design. (n.d.). para 8)

Rhythm: is made by development suggested through the reiteration of components of craftsmanship in a non-uniform however sorted out way.


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What type of a learner am I?


Humans are very complicated species, our brains are so vastly different from one another that, indefinably unique that we all work differently from one another. We all grasp information and learn in our own very different way. In the truth of the matter there are so many unique ways every single human learns and im sure science cant pertinently compile all the ways human brain learns and grows. There are 100s probably. However here are some of the most conman ones, their definitions and which of these am i?

 Visual Learners: Tend to be the more colorful of the bunch. If you utilize the visual style, you tend to lean toward utilizing pictures, pictures, hues, and maps to compose data and speak with others. You can undoubtedly envision items, plans and results in your imagination. Such learners have doodles pictures and charts all over their work books and presentation. Certain pictures and colors tiger their memory to produce data. (The Visual Learning Style. (n.d.). para 1)

Aural Learners: the aural style, you get to learn with the chance to work with sound and music. You have a decent feeling of pitch and cadence. You regularly can sing, play a melodic instrument, or distinguish the hints of various instruments. imagine learning a definition that has been made into a poem, song or rhyme! Certain music summons forceful feelings. You see the music playing out of sight of films, TV appears and other media. You frequently wind up murmuring or tapping a melody or jingle, or a topic or jingle flies into your head without inciting. (The Aural Learning Style. (n.d.). para 1)

Verbal Learners: Verbal learners are likewise alluded to as sound-related learners and lean toward a course that is introduced as an address or class dialog although not perticulerly as musical or song related.Verbal learners tend to peruse so anyone can hear, rehash data and approach an assortment of inquiries for illumination. The are more straight forward and very formal. They learn best through online gatherings, verbal directions, online course address and email. (Visual and Verbal Learners.2011. para 4)

Physical Learners: If the physical style is more similar to you, it’s imaginable that you utilize your body and feeling of touch to find out about your general surroundings. Learning with the ability to feel textures to remember for example. It’s conceivable you like games and work out, and other physical exercises, for example, cultivating or carpentry. You jump at the chance to thoroughly consider issues, thoughts and issues while you work out. You would rather go for a run or walk if something is irritating you, as opposed to sitting at home. (The Physical Learning Style. (n.d.). para 1)

Logical Learners: Such learners appreciate school exercises, for example, math, software engineering, innovation, drafting, science and other “hard sciences,” and outline. Numerical phonetic learners lean toward legitimate request in direction and regularly work best in organized, sorted out conditions. They have solid visual investigation and memory and critical thinking aptitudes. Regular tinkerers and developers, they appreciate bringing scientific and theoretical thoughts into reality by means of hands-on tasks, for example, PC helped configuration, making electronic gadgets, utilizing PC applications, or programming PCs. (Logsdon, A.2016.para 2)

Social Learners: Those who takes along these lines can frequently be found in discussion, either tuning in or talking, planning to comprehend the musings of others and convey their own particular thoughts. This kind of learner will be more inspired than most to express their own musings and sentiments while regarding the considerations and sentiments of others. They just love hanging out with people and these are the best conditions that help them learn. For instance, a social/relational learner may be more able to make sure to ask others how they are getting along, instead of concentrating on just their own circumstance.  (Serva, C. (2003). para 2)

Solitary Learners: If this is the style you prefer, you are more private, contemplative and autonomous. You can think well, concentrating your contemplation and emotions on your present subject. You know about your own particular considering, and you may break down the distinctive ways you think and feel. Quiet learners, such learners get to distracted by others. (The Solitary.(n.d.). para 1)

What Type of learner am I?

That is a very difficult question. My learning style is a mixture of many or non of the types at all. I learn in my own very unique style. Im a very observant learner. I learn by observing whether it be visual or verbal. I sometimes draw to learn where as sometimes i record my lecturer’s lessons and learn that way. I however despise writing notes. It never helps me. Only feels like a jumble of gibberish in the end and i dis regard it. Although one thing is for certain i learn best when im alone (if i can compose my attention span that is) making me some what of a Solitary Learner.

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My work space; My world.


Yeah, that picture seems like such a clutter, with too many things in such a small space; but let me explain before you judge the book by its cover! The greatest Albert Einstein had said “If a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, of what, then, is an empty desk a sign?”. That statement in its self says a lot without the need of a major paragraph to explain it. I very much am extremely cluttered ( I actually cleaned up before i took that picture….hah) but the chaos of my work space is very hard to explain. Though to people (especially my mother) it looks suffocating and dirty with to many things around, but to me? i know where everything exactly is. From every pencil to every paper, every book and even every needle is placed exactly where it needs to be and if asked i can without any afford point or take it out the object, presenting it to anyone without breaking a sweat. Not just that but everything is in my reach. You see I’ve always believed that creativity doesn’t wait for anyone. It comes through on the most inconvenient of times. One can not force it after all. So one should have every thing within reach to seize the opportunity. Everything is just put perfectly in place. To me its a cosy little area that takes me away from the reality of this world. It helps block everything that is around me and takes me on my own trip through creative universe, but who knows? maybe i really am cluttered and unrelated. Who knows?

This is me; Introductions.


Hello! my name is Mahnur Ahmar, though people usually call me Mani due to the harshness of my real name’s pronunciation. Most of those uncertain of what they should type, tend to mention how they aren’t really that special, and how their hobbies and physical being are mundane and not very unique, However I’m a rather interesting character. Not exceptionally notable, just slightly peculiar, enough to leave a mark on those that cross my way. With my colorfully bright hair most people tend to remember my character if not my name.

Just as my odd personality, my hobbies are strange too. You see i have a lot of small animals in my room. From fish tanks to exotic bird cages. Before you read that and label me some freak animal hoarder you must keep in mind that i am an artist and insallah a future animator, its only by nature that i see the beauty in animal patterns, colors and feathers to inspire me and help me create.

With a colorful personality and an artistic ambitions comes the will to achieve big dreams.


and that is exactly where i’m aiming to be in 10 years. Since a small child i was fascinated with nothing more than the tip of the pencil and the ability to create any one and any thing at will. Over time My passion to pursue the artistic dream grew and grew and now after years and years of struggling, trying to convince my parents about my passion and trying hard to achieve good results through my art, i have ended up here in SAE institute Dubai, polishing my passion even more so in 10 years time i end up being one of the most known animators in my country of Pakistan!