CGD445 Environmental Design

Credits: 3

From Olympic events to museum directories, you will learn how concepts of direction and space (navigating through the human scale environment) present challenges for the designer. This class focuses on type and image as elements to orient a person within a specific environment. You will explore each stage of developing a way-finding system, from sketches to 3D information graphics. You will learn how to guide an audience through new and/or unfamiliar environments, and the exciting typographic and symbol system opportunities such work presents.

Prerequisite: CCS 229

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