Studio 1 with Advanced Type (VCDP 2321)
Students will explore the historical intricacies of letterforms and typographic design and will learn to differentiate and
apply typographic hierarchy, voice, scale and texture. They will create a typographic publication which will showcase
typography as both a design and communication element through various layouts using Adobe Illustrator and InDesign. This course will explore advanced typographic techniques in conjunction with client studio intake projects. Additionally, students will demonstrate their ability to apply the skills and knowledge learned throughout the program to design projects for various studio clients. They will outline research methods and processes to be implemented, and will propose, articulate and rationalize their design and project strategies. The lab is guided by an Instructor who will mentor students as a Creative Director, and a lab assistant who will play the role of Production Manager. Projects will be assessed and assigned to students individually or as a group, depending on client requirements.
* Note: The CRNs listed below could be restricted to specific program areas.
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