ARTG106 Typography
CRN 93774 // MW 9:35AM – 12:45PM
CRN 48463 // MW 6:00PM – 9:10PM
CRN 01951 // ONLINE

Grow your understanding and skills by studying and generating letterforms by hand and via computer. Learn essential terminology, type classification and historical background of fonts and families. Focus on type proportion, hierarchy, legibility, composition and structure. Emphasis is placed on the formal aspects of designing with typographic elements and effective visual communication using letterforms. Solve typographic design problems and develop aesthetics.

 

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION
This beginning course covers the selection, styles, terminology, classifications, spacing, layout, and history of typography. Emphasis is placed on problem solving skills and analyzing concepts to solve typographic problems. Traditional hand rendering skills and computer software are used to develop effective typographic design.

Ryan Barbadillo Typographic journey book

INSTRUCTORS

Rosemary Rae
ARTG106 MW 935-1245pm

Sean Bacon
ARTG100 ONLINE
ARTG106 ONLINE
ARTG148C MW 1-410pm
ARTG148B MW 935-1245pm
ARTG206 TTH 935-1245pm

 

SAMPLE WORK

James Bowman
ARTG106 MW 6-910pm

SAMPLE STUDENT WORK