Contemporary Communication Design
with YuJune Park
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01 Class Introduction08:47
03 Thinking Like a Designer09:18
Class duration: 1h 32mSee all 9 lessons
About The Class
Find your Career Path to Success in Today's Design Industry
There is a tendency in design education to discuss mediums as career paths. Web designer. Print designer. Type Designer. And while there is enormous value in specialized skills, technology has radically reconfigured the landscape of the industry. Print designers are asked to design—and create—content published in monthly print magazines, weekly blogs, and daily social media posts. Social media marketing is redefining advertising. Branding includes more customer experience, both on and offline.
The field is rapidly redrawing its own boundaries and its relationship to other industries. What does it mean to be a communication designer in today's market? And how can we build success for tomorrow?
In this class, YuJune Park, Associate Director of the Communication Design program at Parsons School of Design, will share with you the fundamental skills that graphic designers, or rather, communication designers need to succeed in an industry that expects its practitioners to move fluidly from printed matter to digital screens and beyond.
Defining Communication Design Today11:50
Thinking Like a Designer09:18
What Skills do I Need?12:28
The Vocabulary of Design14:34
The Design Process15:09
Cross Platform Making03:47
Learning How to Learn05:53
The Learning Path to Success10:46
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Very thorough introduction to contemporary design that explains the skills, mindset, and processes necessary to be successful in this field.
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