DMA3450-01.Advanced Graphic Design.Sp16.Lawton,Debra
Advanced Graphic Design
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Goals: To build project development skills: idea generation, sketching, refinement, project planning and timely completion of projects. To refine graphic design software skills, develop the ability to evaluate design using advanced principles and proper industry vocabulary. To extend knowledge of the historical influence on design. Content: This is a studio-based project course in which students utilize their knowledge of design, typography, and production techniques to produce a portfolio of designed artifacts. The course combines seminar, critiques and lab production. It includes extensive development of design skills through critiques, practice articulating design concepts through peer evaluation, the application of effective design strategies and the study and discussion of design history. Taught: Alternate years Prerequisites: ART 1130 and DMA 1450 Credits: 4
Lawton, Debra, "DMA3450-01.Advanced Graphic Design.Sp16.Lawton,Debra" (2016). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 6674.