VART2507 Type Design (1.5 units)
- VART1006 OR any GE-course offered by AVA
- VART2506 Typography
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Type design is the art and process of designing typefaces. Designing a typeface does not only involve carefully studying the shapes of each letter, but also systematically building the structure of a typeface in its entirety. The ability to create unique typefaces allows graphic designers to explore typography in a micro level, and enriches the boundaries of creativity.
VART2507 Type Design focuses on developing different skills for producing digital typefaces—basic lettering, digitizing letterforms, publishing digital files, learning new software and applying the newly created typefaces into use.
Please note that this course only offer type designing in roman alphabets. However, the skills learned through this course will be helpful for designing other written languages.
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