Branding is an important part of all successful companies. It is often the first thing that a potential customer will notice about a company.
Design a logo or image for a company of your choice (the client). The company is looking for a design that is original, creative and aesthetically pleasing. It must also effectively capture the essence of their product.
Use at least three different types of the following functions: quadratic, cubic, quartic, circle, hyperbolic and inverse parabola. Other functions such as linear functions are allowed but no extra credit is given.
Submit two logos:
• the first will be a single colour (the focus should be on the strength of the silhouette).
• The second must include colour in order to enhance your logo and help the company advertise their product.
Write a report for your client to introduce your design
• Clearly identify the nature of your client’s business
• Clearly identify the equations of your functions, their domains and ranges
• Comment on the strengths and limitations of your model and approach
• Comment on the visual impact of your design and how well it fits the client’s brief
• Include any initial assumptions and observations you have made, including their effect on your modelling
• Include clear images of your logo
good-tempered or temperate yet we praise the wise man also with respect to his fate of mind; and of states of mind we call those which merit praise virtues.” (Nicomachean Ethics 13). Aristotle’s positions seems to conflict with Plato’s philosophy. Plato will later argued that incontinence occurs when a person’s desires move him to progress or act in the way that he or she wants to perform. However, we will discuss this later on. Confucius is another prominent figure that has been relative to the modern development of a moral character. Confucius spends many years thinking about the concepts of human kindness and the development of a character. His teachings were basically full of ethnics on human behaviors. He spoke more on the kindness of human rather than spiritual concepts. While concentrating on his ethics, Confucius was famous for insisting things with a name. In another words, Confucius argued that things must be clear to one’s mind in order to function properly in an environment. The Analects written by Confucius notes the notions of virtue and the righteous of human kindness and the way to successful humanity. In XV.8 of the Analects, Confucius states, “The determined scholar and the man of virtue will not seek to live at the expense of humanity. They will even sacrifice their lives to preserve their humanity. “Confucius argues that the life of an indiviudal is to protect one’s virtue. The acts of that individual must be preserved to act to the good. Another saying that substantiate Confucius argument is IV.25 (Eastern), it states, “Virtue is not left to stand alone. He who practices it will have neighbors.” However, in the western philosophical view, Aristotle argues that the view of virtuous activity reveals how the person contributes to a great life. Actions are important when one live peacefully with another. For example, patriotism comes into mind when it comes to America. Over the years, soldiers have been remembered for their heroism. Therefore, the soldiers are fighting for what they believe to be their honor, yet they are putting his or her life in danger. Confucius continues to seek for knowledge. He seems to be very petty, clannish, and small-minded. Furthermore, he can be worldly, studious and humane. This can be consistent with Plato’s views. Most societies and culture strives for goodness, and leaders have his or her basic commonalities for personal behavior, which can be seen in VI. 28. This saying compares to Socrates. Confucius, too, wants to spread the wisdom to everyone. He wants everyone to be well, not just himself. Lastly, another prominent figure in the world of philosophy is Plato. Plato’s writings such as Apology demonstrate dramatic accounts of the events leading to his death, as well as illustrating matters of concerns, ethical living, and clarity of thought and expression. “Apology” means “legal defense of trial.” Plato offers to discuss about the defense of philosophy as a way of life. A soul is part of a life, whereas, the soul determines the things we do everyday. Phaedo illustrates important arguments for personal immortality. In Phaedo, Plato argued that the soul is “something”, rather than a sense of “harmony.” Unlike harmony, the soul exi>