I use graphic design skills to create publicity pieces for my synagogue and to teach children.
|Synagogue Publicity |||Teaching|
Shavuot 2017, daytime and evening learning program, Washington Heights Congregation:
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Annual Aaron Bulman, z”l, Memorial Lecture, 2015, Washington Heights Congregation:
Shabbat Hagadol Dinner, 2014, Washington Heights Congregation (Facebook event banner):
I also use graphic design skills in my work as a teacher. (Here, I described how I use bingo to teach.)
But before I even get to the teaching part of the equation, I source images, modify them, clean them up, remove distracting backgrounds, and change their colors to suit my educational purposes. I then upload all of those edited images to an amazing online tool that produces bingo sheets, call cards, and flash cards. After that, I edit the PDFs (produced by that online tool) to add in Hebrew. (The tool does not display Hebrew accurately.)
See some samples of that work below:
This is a sheet of “call cards” that are cut out and used to play bingo. (I enter the Hebrew manually, in Adobe Acrobat Pro, after downloading the call cards from an online tool.)