ART 305 Overview
This is the second in a sequence of graphic design courses and builds upon previous course content beyond the basics of multi-page documents and information organization. Students will develop and hone skills in working on sophisticated concepts and applying them to problem-solving methodologies in the form of various exercises and projects. Emphasis is placed on developing strength and confidence in their individual creative practice and their role as professional designers. Students will be expected to expand and deepen their proficiency in all aspects of the design process, including the use of innovative thinking, proactive problem solving, comprehensive research and planning, appropriate and mature solutions for execution and presentation. Topics include an introduction to mood boards and research/design process for visual identity for branding and small business. Prerequisite: Departmental approval. Lab Fee Required.
- 3.00 Credits