CGD142 Print I

Credits: 3

This is an introductory level course designed to acquaint you with the basic element of a modern graphic design studio. The course begins with a brief history of graphic design and print history, as well as lithography and photo. You will also be introduced to type and text as design elements, semantics of typography, choosing and recognizing typefaces and various printing processes used to reproduce type and images. You will also be introduced to color separations and how they are used in the printing process. You then will be introduced to pre-press processes, proofing, mechanical-prep film makeup and digital prepress (computer graphics).

Prerequisite: CGD115

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