- Course Number:
- GD 260
- Course Title:
- Digital Imaging 2
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Course DescriptionIntroduces advanced techniques of raster graphic production. Emphasizes practices used by graphic designers to create layouts and components for interactive content. Covers methods and procedures that are tailored for output to displays of digital devices. Required: Second-year standing in the Graphic Design program. Prerequisites: GD 124, GD 141, GD 151, GD 160.
Intended Outcomes for the course
Upon completion of the course students should be able to:
- Apply appropriate color modes and file formats for professional digital output.
- Develop screen ready graphics and typography to align with industry standards.
- Design layouts conforming to common user experience practices.
- Organize digital files to align with professional workflow methods.
Outcome Assessment Strategies
Successfully designed and output printed projects will be the major criteria for evaluation. Additional assessment may include quizzes, in-class exercises, research assignments and attendance.
Course Content (Themes, Concepts, Issues and Skills)
- Plan navigation for layouts on digital displays
- Use pixel data to create graphic elements
- Clearly organize related documents
- Maintain consistency of multiple layouts