ART 153 - Introduction To Computer Graphics3
Course Description: Introduces Macintosh software programs as design tools to generate and integrate image and type. Intensive introduction to the basic techniques of Adobe InDesign and Illustrator as primary software programs for graphic assignments. Students will need to plan extensive independent lab time to work on and produce required assignments.
General Education Elective(s): Humanities
Note(s): Graphic Design majors must receive a C or better in this course to progress in the program.
Course Student Learning Outcomes:
- Explore and compare historical and contemporary narrative examples of digital art and design
- Utilize a lexicon of complex imaging and design terminology
- Apply basic design elements and principles related to making quality digital works of art
- Comprehend the characteristics and qualities of both vector and raster based image generation and apply these sensibilities to the development of new ideas
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