DDG10week01-introduction - ID214 Lecturers...

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ID214 Digital Design Graphics Lecturers Hyeon Jeong Suk & Seungeun Song T 4523, [email protected] & [email protected] TA Mokryun Baik T 4563, [email protected] Time Friday, 2pm ~ 6pm Office hour Wednesday, 10am ~ 12pm
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ID214 Course Overview Objective In this course, students learn the theories and basic techniques of visualizing information for both analogue and digital media. The course includes lectures related to the principles of typography, editorial design, information design, and animation as well as student’s participation in five design projects. By doing so, students foster both technical and aesthetical abilities for professional visual communication. © Hyeon-Jeong Suk, CED Lab | Department of Industrial Design KAIST 2
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ID214 Course Overview Projects Project 1 Typography: my poem 15% Project 2 Edi i l d i 1 id i 20% Editorial design 1: my identity Project 3 Editorial design 2: promotion 15% Project 4 Information design 20% Project 5 Flash advertisement: sell yourself 20% Others Attendance, Class activities 10%, +/
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