Graphic Design II: Visual Systems
This intermediate-level course is for students who have taken Graphic Design I and seek to cultivate a deeper understanding of graphic design as a form of visual communication and as a profession. It emphasizes hands-on work informed by critical analysis to help students develop a repertoire of problem-solving techniques, professional practices, and efficient work habits. Class projects center on constructing integrated branding and wayfinding systems as a means to explore design’s communicative and cultural foundations. Discussions about work in progress consider the ways typography, color, imagery, layout, concept, and especially content all shape the meanings and appearance of our work — from inception to completion.
Any materials necessary for the first class meeting will be communicated to enrolled students by the instructor in advance. Otherwise, materials and supplies will be covered in the first class meeting.
- School of Arts & Sciences
- School of the Museum of Fine Arts