Graphic design projects can be delivered in either a printed format or a digital format, or both. This course will look at how to work with creative professionals to get the ideal usage out of a design to use in print medium such as logos, brochures and larger printed projects that will also carry over as seamlessly as possible into the digital realm of websites and social media. We will also cover the user experience and how to keep the end result in mind when working on creative endeavors.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM PRINT AND DIGITAL ELEMENTS OF DESIGN: BRANDING AND USER EXPERIENCE
I really enjoyed the discussions and the activities. I learned a lot, and I hope I can take another course next time.
This was such an amazing course. The information is well laid out and well presented. The knowledge gained is very relevant to real life application and can be used immediately!
This course opened my eyes to the Graphic Design World. It was a great experience. Wonderful.
The term "sales piece" is never defined throughout the entire course and then the 45% weight final project asks for them. That's backwards.
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