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DGL-202 Graphic Design and Branding

3 credits

Skills and experience gained in the first year of study find coordinated application to increasingly complex design projects. This course concentrates on the design of visual communications for print and display. Concept development, design principles, computer skills, presentation, print production and marketing theory will be addressed and applied to studio assignments. Assignments take the form of a range of projects in various media. This course is essential for the development of a working portfolio.


  • C in DGL 102 and DGL 112 or IMG 103 and IMG 112

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