Applied Typographic Design - GDP 322
Students will explore projects of greater complexity; learn how to analyze substantial data, appreciate the design functions of relating ideas and develop logical structural systems to organize information for legible and clear communication. Students will be able to transform manuscripts into printed publications i.e. book design, newspaper, magazine, and Undergraduate Courses: graphic design instruction manual. They will have to follow a design process to assess typographical text application, expression, hierarchy, sequential design, layout and page systems including production. Prerequisites: GDP 223, GDP 227.