GMD-120 - History of Graphic Design - Mark Daybell
|History of Graphic Design
Hello. I’m Professor Mark Daybell (call me Mark) and your facilitator for this online course. Welcome to a wonderful course that will introduce the history of graphic design and how it relates to the history of technology, American/European history and the history of art.
Surveys the origin and evolution of graphic design, including the development of typography, advertising, poster design, illustration, corporate identities and trademarks.
What to Expect in this Course
This course is divided in to five Learning Units. Each Learning Unit is approximately one week in length. For each unit, student can expect to complete the following:
- Review four study guides
- Read four chapters from Meggs’ History of Graphic Design
- Review four slide lectures
- Participate in two discussions
- Take a Unit Quizzes covering the week’s course content
Types of Assessments
As mentioned above, there are two types of assessments in this course, quizzes and discussions.
Meggs' History of Graphic Design Philip B. Meggs, Alston W. Purvis 6th Edition
Wiley; May 2, 2016
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Last updated: 07/02/2023 Sub#: 747