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Nicholas Albanese
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Communication Design

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COMD 1200 Graphic Communication II

COMD 1200 Graphic Communication II

This course explores creative visual thinking and its importance to communication design. Students will experiment with image making techniques and learn to use graphic elements to communicate concepts and ideas. The course will emphasize the integration of communication concepts, type and graphics and its relationship to multiple disciplines such as advertising, graphic design, web design, illustration, broadcast design, production, and others. Students develop projects from thumbnails through final presentations.

COMD1112, OL 07, Digital Media Foundations, Bauer, Fall 2020

COMD1112, OL 07, Digital Media Foundations, Bauer, Fall 2020

This course introduces students to core concepts in the media field including color theory, design and production terminology, reproduction processes, file formats and substrates. Lectures will provide students with a historical perspective of the media field as well as discussing current practices and future trends.

COMD1123 FoundationDrawingAfternoon, FA2019

COMD1123 FoundationDrawingAfternoon, FA2019

This drawing course introduces basic concepts, tools, techniques and the role of drawing in design, illustration, animation and games. The course will also cover projection systems, plans, elevations, sections, oblique, isometric, one-point perspective and two-point perspective views.

ENG1121_F19_Reichert_D431

ENG1121_F19_Reichert_D431

This is the Open Lab site for Kieran Reichert’s MW 8:30-9:45 section of ENG 1121 in the Fall 2019 semester. You will find the syllabus, readings, assignments, and any other information you may need here.

ENG1141 Creative Writing, SP2020

ENG1141 Creative Writing, SP2020

All writing is creative, including the writing you do for school, internet posts to social media, and text/email messages. Where there was a blank page–virtual or otherwise–and you fill it with your words, you have, in fact, drawn on your intellectual resources to create patterns of meaning with those words. “Creative writing,” however, generally refers to poetry, fiction, drama, and some forms of non-fiction–memoirs and narratives that use the techniques of story-telling. We will focus on understanding how form and meaning work together and on understanding the types and complexities of each genre–notably, fiction, non-fiction, poetry, drama, and cross-genres–so each student can begin to develop their unique, individual voice.

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