Digital Design for Print

Course Description

This course covers the stages of publishing in print media from the inception of a project through to the distribution of a finished product. It provides students with the opportunity to put their theoretical and classroom knowledge to practical use in the design, creation and printing of a project. Topics include: typography, layout theory, pre-press production and project management. Students learn through intensive practice layout techniques for digital and print delivery. Software instruction is in QuarkXPress and InDesign.

Learning Outcomes

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