ART 348 - Typography I

This course introduces the discipline, function, and tradition of typography as it relates to visual communication. Exploration of typographic form and manipulation of variables which affect content stressing the importance of typographic composition as an integral component of visual communication. Projects examine both fundamental and advance structures of typographic form, space, grid structures, sequence and visual and informational hierarchy as it relates to print and packaging. History of typography, anatomy, and structure of letterforms and the development of hand lettering skills will also be integral components of the class.


Credit hours: 3.0

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Last updated: 05/28/2019