SPU-Art 3202 Vis Com 1
Autumn 2013
M/W 1:30pm-3:20pm
Instructor: Karen Gutowsky

Course Objective: To study the ideologies, needs, purposes, and implications of form and function as it relates to visual communications. In this course students study visual principles, languages and problem solving techniques. This course is dedicated to understanding theories and concepts of communication design, such as typography, visualizations, and semiotic systems. Course empasizes visual language and form building.

Resources

Reading List (pdf)

Design Resources (I have gathered)

Design Boom (web blog)

Logolounge

graphic-exchange

aisleone

I love typography

designrelated.com

Art and Culture

About Printing

Timeline of 21st Century Design (pdf)

Design Movements


Poster Resources

Book Design Resources

Core 77

Favorite Logos