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Digital Communication for Presentation

DESOB 2019 001
Thursdays, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM (3 Credits)
Jan 25, 2018 to May 13, 2018
Faculty: Tyler Yager

Effective, professional-quality communication and presentation of design ideas is essential for success in any design field, including Designed Objects. This class equips students with visualization and presentation skills for the professional delivery of design concepts throughout the different stages of the design process. The course focuses on developing skills in the latest digital tools, including vector illustration, page layout, typographic and visual composition and data visualization for both printed and on-screen materials. As well as aiding object design development, the tools covered will enable the successful communication of storyboarded scenarios, design research, and finished objects for portfolio or on-line presentation.

Note: This class is a renamed and refreshed version of a class previously called Rendering and Visualization. If you took the Rendering and Visualization class, this class will be similar in content.