In the 2nd half of Design for Communication, students investigate projects that follow the various sub-fields of the profession as they deepen their understanding of contemporary design thinking. New ways of exploring Identity (including experience design), Interactive (including the concept of responsive device design), and contemporary publication design (including on-demand publishing and e-publishing) Projects include Identity, Interactive, Information and Wayfinding. The relationship between designer, client and audience is central to all discussions and work created.
Prerequisites: Design for Communication 1 or permission of instructor
By the end of this course, students will have a broad understanding of the field of Communication Design. They will showcase their knowledge of Identity, Interactive and Information Design by creating identity systems, responsive graphic user interface designs, and information pieces.
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