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COMA 3325 (3-3-0) Lettering and TypographyStudents will learn to consider three major things as they design with type: the form, direct and secondary meanings, and graphic impact of a particular typeface. The subtle relationship of type and visuals in a design solution, and how type can be used creatively and expressively by itself. In addition, technical typographic principles such as line, letter and word spacing, type alignment, classifications and styles will be explored through historical studies and class projects.
Prerequisite: ART/COMA 3321 Graphic Design I
Cross Listed Courses: ART 3325