Type and Image (DGRD 1030)

It is the goal of this course that students will be able to identify the key factors that inform a designer's selection, use and treatment of type and image within design projects. Students will make intelligent decisions as they select, source, capture and enhance imagery for design projects. Students will use industry standard tools to format and manipulate type as they work towards building strong visual and verbal relationships. Students will be able to meet all technical requirements and deadlines when taking their solutions to production. While working through these concepts students will develop a proficiency in Adobe Photoshop.

Prerequisite: DGRD 1020

This course is part of the full-time Digital Graphic Design program.

 course outline

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