ART 4403 Graphic Design III: Type and Image 0/6/3
Prerequisite: ART 3402 with a minimum grade of C
Students apply their growing knowledge of the interaction between typography and visual form to specific design circumstances. Design methodogy, research, the development of a variety of solutions, the use of a grid system, proper image scanning and resolution issues are emphasized. Students are expected to expand on their comprehension of the interrelationship between visual form and meaning through projects that stress dynamic relationships among content, form, and context to gain a deeper understanding of design systems and their conceptual development. Special emphasis will be placed on development of sequential design. Introduction to online dynamics through introduction of web design methodologies. Intermediate computer skills required for further study in graphic design will also be covered where students learn appropriate skills in Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Dreamweaver. Design history research as it relates to relevant topics is incorporated. Prerequisite: ART 3402 minimum grade of C. Permission of Instructor. $75.00 lab fee.