Graphic Communications

The message is one that cannot be lost to the audience or else the job of trying to not make your client look like a sociopath is completely down the toilet.

In this series of courses, we explore different means of how word and image interact and can change, stylizing content and type to drive new meaning, and engaging different formats; magazines, newspapers, sales promotion illustrations, package design, and other forms of print media are examined.

These courses will also show the relationship between business needs and graphic communications.

Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
• Present specific graphic solutions to given problems by conceptualizing basic theories.
• Demonstrate fundamental formats when incorporating words, images, along with the appropriate typography into a presentation.
• Translate “concept” into finished presentations.