MDAR 235 Graphic Design I

This course introduces the field of graphic design to students who have little or no design knowledge. Learning through manual techniques, students develop proficiency in the principles of design, the technical vocabulary, and professional application. Topics include color theory, typography, advertising techniques, and poster and logo design. To complete the class, students are introduced to QuarkXPress software to coordinate applications of graphic design to desktop publishing. (This course is a prerequisite to MDAR 380.)

notes: (was MDAR 280)