ART 226 - Advanced Computer Imagery
A continuation of Visual Communication theory that students were introduced to during ART 125/COM 124. Through more advanced visual design problems, students will develop their conceptual problem-solving skills relative to applied arts fields such as advertising and editorial design, animation, gaming, and web design. Advanced digital imagery techniques will be introduced using Photoshop CS2, in addition to page layout theory using QuarkXPress.
Prerequisites: ART 125 Introduction to Computer Graphics, ART 115 Beginning Drawing
2 Class Hours, 2 Laboratory Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Understand the field of Graphic Design more fully.
2. Develop skills on the computer in professional design oriented programs.
3. Create a professional portfolio of work relevant to the field.
4. Discuss the field of Graphic Design and its future.
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