Typography Assignments

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Projects are “intermediate to advanced” in nature and rely upon the student’s skills in multiple levels of design as applied to a systems manner of thinking which builds upon itself through the semester.Conceptual development, verbal articulation of visual solutions, research, production, and visual, verbal and written presentation skills are each essential components of this course.The two main design directions of classic typography as well as new contemporary style will both be explored.

Projects are “intermediate to advanced” in nature and rely upon the student’s skills in multiple levels of design as applied to a systems manner of thinking which builds upon itself through the semester.Conceptual development, verbal articulation of visual solutions, research, production, and visual, verbal and written presentation skills are each essential components of this course.

Create and develop visual form in response to communication problems, including an understanding of principles of visual organization/ composition, information hierarchy, symbolic representation, typography, aesthetics, and the construction of meaningful messages.

ADDITIONAL READING RESOURCES Grid Systems By Kimberly Elam, ISBN: 1568984650 Thinking with Type By Ellen Lupton, ISBN: 1568984480 by Philip Meggs and Rob Carter Font reference guides and Encyclopedia of Typography supplied through class OTHER ITEMS YOU SHOULD ALREADY OWN… Laptop Computer (Macintosh preferred) Thumb/Flash media drive or other external drive Cork back steel ruler for cutting: approx. COURSE OBJECTIVES/LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon completion of this course the student should be able to: BFA in Graphic Design Objectives /Learning Outcomes Your course work will be graded on the below items so make sure you fulfill each with excellence.

Purpose The undergraduate degree in graphic design is intended to prepare you, the student, specifically in the common body of knowledge and skills required for entry as a professional graphic designer.

Some more evidence of the effect font selection can have.

I doubt people looking at resumés actually consciously reflect much on typeface selection—Times New Roman likely has more of a subliminal effect—but that doesn’t make the effect any less real.

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