Technology, Art and Design - Design Courses
TADD 2200 Introduction to Graphic Design (2 credits)
This course introduces students to the profession of graphic design as a conceptual, visual, and commercial discipline. Through lectures, demonstration, research, and studio experiences, students become familiar with the theoretical and processes of the working graphic designer. Topics include: (1) developing a visual vocabulary, (2) essential elements of art, (3) principles of design, (4) visual communication problem solving, (5) employing a creative design process to create designs that meet clients' needs, and (6) understanding the appropriate software to produce works of graphic design. Prerequisite(s): TADD 1500, TADD 1550.
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