Part 1: Logo(s). In order to create a logo for myself, I played with the rhyming of my last name and the symbol of a cat (I often go by the nickname “Cat”). I decided to go for quantity and created a couple variations rather than a single logo.
Part 2: Photoshop. I tried to edit this photo I took of Widener to be bright and cartoonish. I altered the hue, saturation, brightness, and contrast. I’m happy with some parts, such as the sky on the right, but not others, such as the steps.
Part 3: Presentation: This presentation template would probably work best for a light-hearted presentation without a ton of content. It definitely discourages the editor from adding too much text. However, in retrospect, the background elements are probably a bit too distracting even for a presentation with simple content.