This studio course builds on the skills and concepts of the 200-level Graphic Design classes. VIS 415 is structured around three studio assignments that connect graphic design to other bodies of knowledge, aesthetic experience, and scholarship. The class always takes a local concept or event as the impetus for investigations. Studio work is supplemented by critiques, readings and lectures. Students will refine their approaches to information design and visual problem solving, and to decoding and producing graphic design in print and electronic media.
Prerequisites and Restrictions:
VIS 214/Graphic Design; VIS 215/Graphic Design: Typography; VIS 216/Graphic Design: Visual Form; or VIS 217/Graphic Design: Circulation.