VISC 201. Visual Communication Design. 3 Hours.

Presentation of fundamental concepts of visual and non-visual communication. Exploration of various theories of visual perception and visual communication with emphasis on reading visual images for meaning and making meaning through the construction of visual images and typography. A special laboratory section will include design thinking and making strategies and processes which are common to visual communication design from the handmade to the computer. This course is for non-Visual Communication majors. Prerequisite: Corequisite: BDS 102. LAB.

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Design

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...and Enrollment. Students will also enroll in VISC 201 (Visual Communication). Note: ILLU 205 Drawing...