School of Computing and Design
Visual Design prepares students to creatively use images, symbols, typography, color, information and video to solve communication problems.
Complete required courses are listed in Requirements and Pathways.
The history of type and the composition of letter forms. Creative projects include designing an alphabet, typographic gestalts, information design, and interpretive typography. Students will also introduce to page layout and typesetting skills.
Systematic layout of multiple page documents combining text and imagery using grid theory and information hierarchy. Readability and digital production skills are emphasized for both print and digital display delivery.
Students experience the process of designing a graphic identity system consists of a logo and its variations, stationery and graphic standards guide for actual clients.