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GRA 325 - Digital Color Theory


Prerequisites:
May not be taken before last semester.
Corequisites:
None

Cross Listed With: None

CAREER AND TECHNICAL CREDIT TYPE
3 credit(s)

This course provides insight into the effective use of color through the study of contemporary color theory including additive and subtractive color. This course involves the development of color perception, expression and application in traditional and digital design, through a series of problem-solving exercises and projects. Fundamental student experiences, along with a historical perspective will provide insight and understanding to the intrinsic power of color in design.



Course Learning Outcomes
 

  1. Make use of appropriate terminology as it pertains to digital color theory.
     
  2. Solve visual problems through the use of color theory.
     
  3. Demonstrate technical skills to employment of color theory.
     
  4. Develop critical evaluation skills.
     



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