Module Two - GRA-101-X1953 Basic Design and Color Theory 16EW1docx.docx

Module Two - GRA-101-X1953 Basic Design and Color Theory 16EW1docx.docx

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Module Two – GRA-101-X1953 Basic Design and Color Theory 16EW1 . Module Description This module provides an introduction to the first step of the design process. You will gather information about your client, which for the project in this class is yourself. You will also determine the project requirements, specifications, and timelines. Learning Objectives Use Photoshop to create a basic layered file Select a target audience for a design composition Examine the elements of design appropriate for a chosen audience and message Module Overview Because you work in the two-dimensional realm, you will learn about creating shapes that must relate to the concept of a unified composition, where shapes exist in visual space and are constructed through symmetrical or asymmetrical balance to establish eye-flow, as it applies to successfully working as a graphic designer within the industry. You should focus specifically on the terminology listed from the below for the assignments in this module: Shape : Shape is the illusion of three-dimensional form, created with value, and without the benefit of line work.
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  • Fall '16
  • Elizabeth Berger
  • Good Design, SNHU login credentials

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