Sr. Seminar in Graphic Design

GDD 430
Description: This seminar-style class begins with the advent of digital typography in the late 1970s, and traces the ensuing evolution of post-modernism in graphic design. As an advanced student in design, you will read and discuss evolving currents in art and design, and consider your own design work in cultural context. Through projects and writing, you will deepen your understanding of aesthetic theory, and broaden the scope of your projects towards your portfolio.

Prerequisite: GDD-330 GDDM.BS majors only Must have 84 completed credits

Not Offered This Semester