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Discover the unique role of visual communication in daily life as you deconstruct visual messaging and leverage design thinking skills through visual art creation and instruction. This course will explore typography, photography, illustration, color theory, composition, and iconography. You’ll gain the fundamentals of graphic design software and options for creating without software subscriptions. Learn the basics of graphic design or enhance your skills as a graphic artist to investigate real-world problems and advocate for change. You will leave this course with a collection of tools and lesson plans to implement graphic design into your art room confidently. Additionally, you’ll have a body of work to show and a knowledge base to further your digital art endeavors.
Create graphic design representations for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, or a similar declaration. You may create an illustrated book, a poster, an infographic, or something else.
"The design process taught me to be reflective of my own learning process, and to remember the way I felt and learned when it comes time for me to teach my students Adobe Illustrator. I will definitely be using the lessons “In Elementary School, They Call It Pencils,” “Welcome to Adobe Illustrator! Designing a Yeti,” and “Designing Flat Portrait Illustrations in Adobe Illustrator” in my Graphic Design class."
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