Fall 17 ARGD courses:
ARGD 4060, Design Center
ARGD 4090, Visual Narrative Systems
Available ARGD Electives:
These can count as a replacement for your 3050 Illustration requirement (if applicable) OR count as a general art studio elective.
ARGD 4080: Special Problems in Design: Design Charettes
taught by Cameron Berglund, a professional and recent graduate of CED graduate program and instructor in the UGA CED Community Design Center.
Wednesdays from 1:25–5:30.
Through this course students will work to help establish graphic and branding identities for design problems in life-like and actual client relationships. The course will blend digital design with physical and spatial design to expand the approach to client identity and place-making. Applying design thinking to local and international service-learning projects will allow for students to gain real-world experience through in class assignments, group projects, and charrette style workshops.
Topics and skills to be covered:
- Design process/ Initial idea catalyst-ideation
- Rapid prototyping of ideas/ concepts- presentation skills and dialog with clients and collaborators
- Placemaking, identity, branding – what is a place/organization and how does that manifest in the design of signage, wayfinding, UX, etc.
- Digital 3D modeling capabilities for physical UX, signage, and way finding design