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    Columbia College Chicago
  Nov 19, 2017
2015-2016 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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21-2330 Graphic Design I: Form and Structure

As the basis for creating well-structured design outcomes, students in this course are provided opportunities to learn the basics of creating graphic design using the principles of form and structure. This course explores how graphic content informs the structure of visual compositions and client based outcomes. Students will create basic logos using hand skills and examine how those logos can be applied to entire branding systems. Instruction will engage students in developing conceptual thinking and problem-solving skills; observational and presentation skill; and knowledge of basic typography and color theory. Students will start with a graphic problem and produce appropriate solutions that will take the form of 2-D, 3-D, and screen-based design.

3 Credits
PREREQUISITES: 22-1220 2-D Design for Non-Majors  or 22-1920 Making 2  or 22-1925 Making for Transfers  COREQUISITES: 21-1310 Survey of Typography  and 21-1320 Design Lab  

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