GD 347 — Tangible Publication Design
2 credits; 1 lecture and 2 lab hours
This course explores the unique qualities and design of physical publications as finite transmission of information, perspective and opinion. Students address the physical multi-page sequence as a self-standing effective way to deliver and sustain narrative or data, and explore the possibilities of utilizing materials other than traditional paper in the production of publications.
Prerequisite(s): CD 216 or CD 217.
School of Art and Design Applications accepted for fall only. NYSED: 24515 CIP: 50.0409 The major in Graphic Design requires students to hone a personal voice based on critical thinking, social awareness, and the ability to communicate across an array of platforms utilizing the full range of media, from the tactile to advanced digital technology. Topics of study include editorial design, interactive web design, and experiential design (exhibitions and wayfinding), along with advanced typography, branding, motion graphics, and new design approaches and practices. An internship is required and often leads to sustained positions in the vast field of multidisciplinary design. Curriculum below is for the entering class of fall 2022.