Lara Henderson

Full Time Lecturer

Art & Design

508-999-8547

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College of Visual & Performing Arts 349

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HTML and CSS, typography as information and expression. Students apply typographic principles to the web, while developing skills for self-directed learning. Exercises explore hierarchy, organization, type/image relationships, grids, page layout, and the role of user experience (UX) in web design.

HTML and CSS, typography as information and expression. Students apply typographic principles to the web, while developing skills for self-directed learning. Exercises explore hierarchy, organization, type/image relationships, grids, page layout, and the role of user experience (UX) in web design.

HTML and CSS, typography as information and expression. Students apply typographic principles to the web, while developing skills for self-directed learning. Exercises explore hierarchy, organization, type/image relationships, grids, page layout, and the role of user experience (UX) in web design.

HTML and CSS, typography as information and expression. Students apply typographic principles to the web, while developing skills for self-directed learning. Exercises explore hierarchy, organization, type/image relationships, grids, page layout, and the role of user experience (UX) in web design.

Offered as needed to present material in the design field. The specific topic is stated when the course is scheduled. May be repeated with change of content

Special topics in Graphic Design. Topics may include Identity and Branding, Environmental Graphic Design, Animated Typography, App Design, Advanced Web Design, and Campaign Design among others.

Fundamental principles of visual language, including formal, technical and conceptual aspects of image making in two-dimensions. Focus is placed on hand skills, observation, and implementation through a variety of materials, processes, and methodologies. Students will develop a visual and verbal language for analyzing, organizing, shaping, and communicating two-dimensional form and meaning. Course is designed for the first-year art student.

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