A publication by the Auto Safety Alliance
|Volume 1||November 1997||Issue 1|
Auto Safety Alliance
The Auto Safety Alliance is actually a fictitious
organization. This Web site was designed as a secondary component
of a university writing course, Communications 494. In Communications
494, a writing and desktop publishing course given at the University of
Maryland University College, students were required to write, edit, design
and create a newsletter which reflected their knowledgeable application
of desktop publishing and design principles.
A number of people made this publication possible:
Peter Ream and Aaron Wooster, of http://www.design-intelligence.com,
offered technical support and guidance for their corporation's program:
I Publish. I Publish is "desktop publishing for the
rest of us."
The people interviewed for this newsletter were very helpful, especially:
AAAFTS permitted us to use some of their superb photos and graphics,
created by Chris Johnson, research analyst at AAAFTS. Kenny Morse
generously allowed us to grab any of his Web site's graphics. Paint
Shop Pro, an inexpensive and versatile program, was used for the design
of the ASA logo and graphic design.
Staff (UMUC Communications 494 students)