Graphic Design - An Overview of the Field

4.6 (2578)
MOOC
Payment
Learning paid
Language
English
Duration
1 hour coourse
Course by Udemy
What will you learn?
Learn that good design is often concept driven
Understand why some design mediums need to communicate more quickly than others
Learn the thinking behind great graphic design and get a birds eye view of the entire field
About the course

This is a survey course, I do not go into specifics about HOW the work is created, rather we'll explore WHY the work is good, the thinking that
went into it, and any other anecdotes I may have about each field.

I cover nine graphic design specialties. They are: logos, packaging, posters, book covers, motion graphics, websites, annual reports, environmental graphics, and editorial design.

Enjoy!

Program
Start Here
Design Quiz
The Attention Rule
Logos
Packaging
Posters
Book Covers
Environmental Graphics
Motion Graphics
Interactive
Annual Reports
Editorial
Requirements
  • None
  • Students should be interested in deepening their knowledge about what graphic design is. You should already be able to recognize good design when you see it, but now you want to know WHY it’s good.
Lecturers
Mason G
Mason G
Designer & Art Director
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