ARTD 3040

Three Dimensional Graphic Design

  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Studio Hours: 5
  • Grading Basis: Student Option
  • Course Type: Lab & Lecture | both required
  • Campus: Main Campus

Course Description

Advanced exploration in graphic design principles and techniques specific to spatially-based visual communication and design problem solving, at both small and large scales. Emphasis on the implementation of traditional print processes, established and experimental new media technologies and display mechanisms, inventive form factors, and sustainable material specification and conservation methodologies. Projects may include development of packaging and environmental graphics/wayfinding systems.

Spring only.

Spring only. Grade of C or higher in ARTD 3010 and ARTD 3055 or permission of instructor. Extra Fee.

Work Items From ARTD 3040

Instructors Teaching ARTD 3040

Taylor Simone Stewart

Taylor Simone Stewart

Assistant Professor of Teaching, Graphic Design

Annie Lynne Kominek

Annie Lynne Kominek

Adjunct Professor of Practice

Todd Childers

Todd Childers

Associate Professor, Graphic Design

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