Yale School of Art
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New Haven, Connecticut, 06520-8339
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Art 751b, Print to Screen

This course investigates some of the unique challenges graphic designers face working across print and digital interfaces and the opportunities for these two spaces to have a dialogue with each other. Students develop strategies for creating coherent visual and conceptual relationships that bridge this divide. We look at the history and influence of technology on graphic design and the diverse ways contemporary practice explores the virtual and the physical; and we consider how, in which way, and if these spaces are indeed different. Among the questions we answer: How can responsiveness translate to print? What is the digital equivalent of binding? Can a website be a time-capsule? Can a book be refreshed? Ryan Waller

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