Computer-Based Art and Design: Graphics/Imaging A (Design and Process)
ADN 211 (Offering: 2003)


Students further their creative interaction with computers and the associated conceptual and theoretical competencies. Focussed projects develop skills and understanding of the software and hardware used in the design industry and explore the design possibilities of digital imaging. Students are introduced to vector graphics and document layout software and the way in which print projects are designed and produced. Practical outcomes are underpinned by developing an awareness of the broader visual, cultural and commercial contexts in which Graphic Design is applied.

Major(s)/Minors(s): Studies in Art & Design

Usual Semester of offer: Semester 2

Other Information

Area(s) of Study: Studies in Art and Design

Number of Units: 12

Prerequisite: (ADN100 or HSS171 or ADN210) + 3 introductory level courses  




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