This introduction to typography is recommended for those pursuing a career in art and design fields, and those interested in the history and development of analog and digital type. The course functions as a working lab with multiple projects guaranteed to build confidence and knowledge in typographic usage. Students learn about typographic history, type dos and don'ts, type terminology, setting copy and display text, using style sheets, type styles, and handwriting and illustrative calligraphy. Prerequisite(s): Introduction to Graphic Design or equivalent experience.
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|Class meeting time||1:00 PM - 4:00 PM|
|Class meeting days||Saturday|
|Building and room||Sharp 1114|
|Course instructor||Kimberly Karen Viviano|