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|type of classes||pracownia kierunkowa;|
|course language||Polish; English;|
|method of learning outcomes verification||
In order to obtain a course credit, the student has to systematically participate in classes and carry out all practical tasks. In order to complete the sixth semester, the student has to prepare a BA project on the topic specified by the course instructor.
The aim of teaching in the Graphic Signal in Public Space Workshop is to deepen the students’ knowledge in the area of:
- visual information design,
- communication with the use of synthetic graphic forms (pictograms, ideograms, direction elements of design),
- determination of composition proportions accurate for small and large sets of information.
The results of the work supported by an authorial didactic method include designs from the field of: visual information, sign systems, schematics, graphic terrain visualisation, as well as direction information for public spaces.
|short subject description||
The educational aim is to equip the student with knowledge and abilities thanks to which he will be able to present theoretical information in the form of visual information, communicating with the recipient by means of an image.
|form of classes||
The classes are conducted in a single group comprised of 8 to 10 people. Each time the consultations of students’ works are preceded by a presentation of examples and inspirations as well as an indication of valuable solutions correlating with presently discussed issues. Several times during a semester a monographic lecture is delivered in the course of which the instructor or assistant performs an analysis of a design problem and presents final conclusions.
3rd year, 1st degree (Fall and Spring Semester)
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During the fifth semester two or three design tasks are realised, depending on the quantity and difficulty of particular design problems. The topics of the students’ realisations are selected so as to enable a fully authorial design statement, therefore ensuring that each of the participants of the didactic process has an opportunity to experience individual development.
|evaluation form||credit with grading;|
Art and Visual Perception, Rudolf Arnheim
|placement/internships (connected with field of study/subject area), artistic plein-airs||
Studio visits that allow to analyse particular design realisations in real conditions (in galleries, museums, cultural centres, commercial facilities).
Workshop from the elective specialisation group. Passing the fundamentals of graphic design.
Fundamental knowledge concerning graphic design, advanced working knowledge of applications for editing raster and vector graphics, basic knowledge of photography.
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