This course will cover the history, theory, practice and fundamental principles of letterforms and typography as they apply to graphic design, advertising and other areas of design and visual communication. Projects cover principles of typography, letter structure, typeface selection, fundamentals of computer typesetting, and typographic layout. Students will explore the expressive potential of typography in a variety of exercises dealing with the evolution of typography. Among the projects given will be a research presentation about a typographer where students will be expected to discuss the typographer’s contributions to design through typography.
Applicants seeking admissions to this short course must be sixteen (16) years and over.
PREREQUISITE: Introduction to Graphic Design (GRDE 129) or Principles of Design (GRDE 122)
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