Learning Outcomes - Identify the Anatomy of a Typeface and...

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Upon completion of Art 126 students will be able to: Both articulate and apply directly to projects the concepts studied in Design I, with color theory and its applications added as a new layer. Both verbalize and demonstrate though project applications the 7 color contrasts as described by Johannes Itten. Explore design ideas while emphasizing non-literal thinking. Work from provided project objectives and distill complex ideas down to succinct self created objectives. Create color projects in a variety of mediums including, paint, cut paper, found materials and digital. Upon Completion of Art 125 students will be able to: Upon Completion of Art 151 students will be able to:
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Unformatted text preview: Identify the Anatomy of a Typeface and know the main type families: Oldstyle, Transitional , Modern , Slab Serif , Decorative , Sans Serif and Script-Cursive and some of their appropriate uses. Grasp the broad and far reaching applications of Graphic Design. Create all projects according to a specific process of establishing objectives, conducting research, creating and presenting studies, modifying and improving design through iterations before completion and presentation. Create studies, models and verbal plans as part of concept development. Create both short term design projects as well as follow thru on long complex projects. Present work professionally....
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course ART 101 taught by Professor Brianseymour during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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