[ART325] Graphic Design: Commercial Exploration and Experimentation


This course examines the visual relationship of content, aesthetics, and design for effective two-dimensional advertising and introduces students to the fundamentals and cultural ramifications of graphic design. Students use various programs in the art department computer laboratory as tools in assigned projects; they also research and study the historical/creative process of advertising. Course includes field trips to galleries, graphic design companies, and product manufacturers.

Course Title

Graphic Design: Commercial Exploration and Experimentation

Course Code

ART325

Units

1

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: Art 115.

Frequency

Offered occasionally.

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