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Course Overview

Students will develop increased proficiency in Illustrator and other software used in professional art and graphic design settings. Students will integrate drawings created both manually and on the computer to create finished illustrations ready for distribution in a range of media. Elements of typography, layout, and composition will also be discussed and explored. Projects involve the representation of varied texts as visually dynamic and clear communication vehicles. The course looks at the art of typography in both pre-electronic and electronic realms. Students analyze, edit, and configure copy for business, literary or informational purposes.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Bachelors, Undergraduate
Prerequisites: ART 140, 150, 160 and admission into major program; or permission of the department chair.

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