Introduction to Digital Design

 

Course Objective:  

The focus of this course is on the introduction to the creation of computer-based art using the MAC OS environment. Students will be introduced to the Macintosh Operating System interface, together with graphic design, photo manipulation, and illustration industry standard software dealing with Vector Graphics and Bitmapped Graphics. Students will be required to work in the Art Area Computer Lab for the development and completion of their projects.  Students will be required to use the internet and email for various class activities. This course is one of several first year art courses that will be used to assess the Supplemental Application for continuing in the Graphic Design Degree program.

 

Prerequisites:  

Prerequisite: ART.-141 and ART.-131 with a minimum grade of 2.5. Placement into RDNG-030 (ACSR-030), or completion of RDNG-016, is required.

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