CAB115 - Introduction To Advertising Layout and Design
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Introduction To Advertising Layout and Design
This subject provides an introduction to the general field of advertising layout, graphic design, and visual communication. Topics covered will include the use of space, color and form, print production, principles of layout and design, and basic typography. The focus will be on the applications of these principles to the creation of print advertising materials.
Prerequisites: CAB200, CAB214, CAB333, CAB252, CAB262
Creative Advertising Diploma Program
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Demonstrate and provide visual compositions that will demonstrate control of the mass/space elements, variables, and modifiers.
2. Produce visuals showing the relationship of focal areas.
3. Understand the relationship developed through various combinations of shapes used for visual composition and layout.
4. Demonstrate a working knowledge of color theory and analysis, by producing visuals which will result in a predictable response by the viewer.
5. Demonstrate knowledge of the various color systems available and the printing process.
6. Demonstrate a working knowledge of type fonts/styles and their applications by specifying type to be used for particular end usage.
7. Demonstrate basic control of type by producing specific layout using type font/styles
8. Formulate and compose a written rationale for visuals.
9. Demonstrate visual creativity and communication through completing class projects.
10. Produce print advertising layouts from thumbnail stage to finish concepts.
11. Utilize basic copywriting skills to develop advertising concept layouts.
12. Be an active participant contributing effectively to the assigned tasks and the process of group work within in-class and/or workshop exercises for evaluation.
13. Understand the purpose of, and effectively meet all deadlines and project requirements.
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