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Jul 10, 2015 by Katelyn Hensel (khensel)
CDM 1200 : Digital Design I
Fri, 10 Jul 2015 08:34:40 GMT
Mon, 29 Jun 2015 13:48:28 GMT
Catalog Pages referencing this course
Corcoran Digital Media Design (CDM)
Corcoran Fine Art (CFA)
Corcoran Graphic Design (CGD)
Corcoran Interior Design (CID)
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In The Catalog Prerequisites:
CDM 2300 : Motion Graphics I: After Effects
CDM 3440 : Web Applications: Google, Smart Phones, Drupal, Joomla
CFA 2305 : Digital Art I for Fine Art and Photography
CGD 1010 : Fundamentals of Graphic Design
CGD 2050 : Typography I
CID 7310 : Advanced Digital Graphics
In The Catalog Description:
CDM 2230 : Page Layout for Print and Interactive Design
CGD 2000 : Design Studio I for CE/AFA
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
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Digital Design I
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Digital Design I
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An introduction to design fundamentals and digital software tools. The use and application of type and images to design projects; image making; methods, processes, visual hierarchy, and visual communication strategies; and professional practices, project workflow, and the critique process. Students learn to use professional design industry digital software tools, including Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.
CDM 1200 Digital Design I learning outcomes: • To learn and utilize the Adobe Creative Suite Software (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign). • To learn and utilize the MAC Operating System (OS). • To learn and utilize fundamental principles of composition. • To learn image representation. • To development of project management skills that allow you to work toward professional practice and create portfolio pieces at the professional level. • To strengthen craft and technical skills, and work well under deadlines. • To expand and develop your verbal presentation skills. • To develop objective critique skills, and be able to engage in critical discourse. • Learn how to take pride and be engaged in your work---Own your work! HAVE FUN!
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