ART 3005: Intro to Graphic Design Syllabus
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►Graphic Design is everywhere, from billboards on the street, books you read, title credits on movies, to menus at restaurants, yet many people have a hard time describing exactly what it is. Essentially, graphic design is the art and skill of combining text and pictures to represent ideas, in both printed and digital media. And while graphic design has been around for decades before computers, computers have popularized the study and made executing artwork faster and more accessible. ►In this class students will explore concepts of graphic design through conceptual thinking and visual hierarchy. We will focus on analog idea generating and use Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign to execute each project.
Schwartz, Esther. (2021, Spring). ART 3005: Intro to Graphic Design Syllabus, Yeshiva College.