DES/ART 2710 Typography - Fall 2016

Study of basic layout, lettering, type design, identification of styles, and typographic history. Students learn how to use type as a basic element of graphic communication, how the use of different typefaces visually communicate a desired effect, and fundamental terminology of type specification. Consists of lectures, quizzes, and ongoing typographically-related projects intended to be of portfolio-quality. Course fee required. Dual listed with ART 2710 (students may take only one course for credit). Prerequisite: DES 2500 (Grade C- or higher).

Section 01: TR, 10:30 a.m. to 12:59 p.m.
Classroom: SMITH 109
Instructor: Rachel Ramsay

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