Digital visualization is essential to all contemporary creative communication. This class will familiarize students with the syntax, tools and methods of vector-based drawing and reinforce analogies to traditional methods of image-making covered in the First Year Program. Students will begin with an introduction to the computer as a graphic design tool: the relationship of vector to raster graphics and the peripherals. The focus on building proficiency with industry-standard Adobe Illustrator software will be reinforced via tutorials and short design exercises which target specific topics and techniques covered during lectures. Students apply technical competencies to formal design problems during the second half of this course and in Beginning Graphic Design class.
1.5 College Credit
Registration for this course is closed.
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|Class meeting time||6:00 PM - 7:45 PM|
|Class meeting days||Monday, Friday|
|Building and room||ONLINE|
|Course instructor||Kimberly Karen Viviano|