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

Amy Fidler

Amy Fidler

Professor of Teaching, Graphic Design

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