ARTD 4030

Systems-Based Graphic Design

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

Course Description

Introduction to, and exploration and application of, complex systems-based designs, to include, but not limited to, conceptual and strategic thinking within the context of brand/identity, information/visualization and UI/UX design. Output to include solutions for present day, complex design/information communication problems utilizing research, appropriate format, structure/organization and language. Continued development of oral, visual, and cognitive communication/presentation skills.

Spring only. Grade of C or higher in ARTD 3040 and ARTD 3060 or permission of instructor. Extra Fee.

Work Items From ARTD 4030

RTX Rebrand & Boards

RTX Rebrand & Boards

Preston Brosman

F Waste

F Waste

Maya Hodgins

Spirit Airlines

Spirit Airlines

Tori Reibenstein

PAWS The Stigma

PAWS The Stigma

Arika Zeigler

Don’t Be A Stat

Don’t Be A Stat

Madeline Flagg

Instructors Teaching ARTD 4030

Jenn Stucker

Jenn Stucker

Division Chair, Associate Professor, Graphic Design

Todd Childers

Todd Childers

Associate Professor, Graphic Design

Amy Fidler

Amy Fidler

Professor of Teaching, Graphic Design

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