COMD3504 Communication Design Theory, Spring 2020

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COMD3504 Communication Design Theory, Spring 2020
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Department
Communication Design
Course Code
COMD 3504
Semester / Year
Spring 2020
Course Description

This course will offer an in-depth introduction to communication design theory, examining theoretical perspectives of design practice within the larger discourse of design and visual culture. Communication models, the nature of representation, the dimensions of context and semiotics will be explored through critical readings from key documents written between the early decades of the twentieth century and the present.

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March 31st Reading

The author offers a delving into linguistics as far as it relates to advertising, discussing not […] See MoreMarch 31st Reading

Tabarka Tamkin- March 31

Etymology - etymology means the study of root of linguistic change, especially as manifested in […] See MoreTabarka Tamkin- March 31

*Assignment for April 21 (Part 1)*

Please note that we will have a full Webex class session on April 14. (Spring Break is shortened […] See More*Assignment for April 21 (Part 1)*

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assignment 3

As we get older technology tends to change everyday and makes it easier for everybody. There's some people that are old school and still do not keep up with technology. For an example, it's difficult for my parents and my family to […] See Moreassignment 3

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What distinguishes semiology from linguistics is that we have already drawn the line. We determine the exact place of semiology which is the task of the psychologist. But the task of the linguist is to find out what makes language a […] See MoreAssignment #2

Assignment 1

The reason why Rudimentary communication methods are relevant when it comes to contemporary information systems is because designers today create and communicate has quietly thrust universality back into the foundation of our work. […] See MoreAssignment 1

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