This paper explores topics related to creativity using basic elements and principles of design to raise studentsí aesthetic awareness and develop their critical judgement. The process also teaches students to look at, see and interpret their environment in original ways. Students will work in both traditional and digital media.
CGRD161 Effective Visual Communication
COMP125 Visual Computing
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