VDIS10024 Typography 2
Credit Points 15
Considered as visible language, words are the mainstay of graphic design. In this subject, students will learn how to handle letters, words and work effectively with complex, varied and large amounts of type.
These skills require a deep knowledge and expertise of the history and use of typography and the primary forms of visual communication. This unit explores historical and contemporary typographic message making in various forms, and focuses on sophisticated typographic solutions as practiced by industry professionals. In this unit students will explore and experiment with interactive type, sculptural type and virtual type in creative formats that question how speech may be visually translated into graphic form.