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Visual Communication Design

Introduction

“Visual Design” is a field of design which aims to communicate meaning effectively by means of visual form. It is closely related to “Graphic Design,” or “Information design.” The main lectures and practical exercises are as follows: the Theory of Visual Design, the History of Visual Design, Illustration, Typography, Printing Design, Advertisement Design, Package Design, Photography, Editorial Design, Signage and Information Design, Book Design, and Picturebook Design.

We have two basic intentions in our education:

Firstly, to organize both the Theory and the Practice in design work. Secondly we undertake the study of problems which can generally arise in various professional fields. For this reason we recommend the study of other fields in addition to Visual Design. For example, students can study Form and Color, and Computer Graphics in the “Constructive Art” course, or Three Dimensional Composition and Various Contemporary Arts, in the “Plastic Arts and Mixed Media” course, or New Media in the “Information Design” course. Students can also take lectures of other departments in our university. Of course, there they will be able to use “Centers” or “Workshops” which are available for general student research. Thus we hope to produce graduates with flexible and wide-ranging ideas, along with efficient techniques of communication.

Related Informations

Book work

Book work

Experimental Typography

Experimental Typography

Branding Design

Branding Design

Book work

 

Poster

Poster



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