Vocabulary to Know:
TARGET AUDIENCE: People who will be using the content of your design project
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY refers to creations of the mind and may include copyrights, trademarks, patents, and trade secrets.
COPYRIGHT: A category of intellectual property. The exclusive, legal right of a person to reproduce, publish, and sell one's own literary, musical, or artistic creations.
COPYRIGHT attaches to a work as soon as it is created.
DERIVATIVE WORK: A work based on an existing work.
Distribution of copies of a work to the public by sale or other transfer of ownership is referred to as PUBLICATION.
FAIR USE: Permits certain limited use of a copyright for educational, teaching, quoting, review, parody.
PROJECT SCOPE: A way to verify you have met specifications of a project. How long a project should take.
MOCK-UP - COMP.: A prototype or design of the layout. Presented to client on paper or Photoshop.
DELIVERABLES: The items used to show design concepts or progress of a project.
SCOPE CREEP: Changes in requirements of projects during construction; a problem that can arise during development.
METADATA: This information travels with a Photoshop file, wherever it may go. To add metadata to a Photoshop image: Click File>File Info