Course No. GDS 360 Credits: 3.0
Faculty Eugene Pawlowski
This required course begins with one simple question: What do you want to make? The rest of the course is devoted to learning how to "make things" in the vast array of facilities open to today's designers. The process of making things is approached from a practical side (understanding materials and digital tools) and a theoretical side (social responsibility and sustainability). Students learn to form successful teams to define and produce projects. Prerequisite: Design for Communication and Typography or Permission of the Instructor. Offered fall.
Assistant Professor/Chair of Graphic Design
Larry O’Neal is a graphic designer/illustrator with a unique professional history that allows him to pro...more
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