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Unit of Study DSGN2005 Graphics Principles and Industry Application (2023)

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On completion of this unit, students should be able to:

demonstrate capability using tools and applying techniques associated with 2D and 3D graphic design for non-computer-based graphic work

demonstrate advanced skills in the design and creation of non-computer based graphic design production

critically analyse the social, cultural, economic and environmental significance of graphical communications throughout history and across cultures

identify and interpret graphical representation for existing designs

explain the role of computer and non-computer based graphics in a range of industries

discuss the nature and role of past, current and emerging technologies and the associated legal, ethical and environmental issues across graphics industries.

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