Instructor: Ingrid Lamminpää
Credits: 3, Contact Hours: 90
Dept: Digital and Graphic Design
Course Number: ART 261
Prerequisites: none.

Graphic design is a creative process that combines art and technology to communicate ideas.  In this course, graphic design is approached as an instrument of communication for artists.  Students will begin to understand and effectively use the Elements of Art and Principles of Design to create visually coherent works of digital imagery.  In this course, students will work with drawn, painted, photographed and/or computer-generated images in order to communicate an idea, announce or sell, amuse or persuade the viewer.  Students will become familiar with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign softwares in addition to the understanding of design processes and digital image manipulation.  Projects will be mainly developed within an artistic and creative drive rather than purely commercial.

Meet the Faculty: Ingrid Lamminpää
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Ingrid Lamminpää received her Degree in Architecture in 2005 and continued her academic career in Multimedia Communication and Design, completing her Master degree a couple of years later. She currently teaches in several institutions in the city of Florence.

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