Graphic Design Course

Determining whether a design is visually satisfying has much to do with subjective preferences. Evaluation of a design as a valid solution to a particular problem, however, might be objective. The following is a list of questions that could help to establish a set of criteria:

The above criteria are arranged somewhat in a descending order of importance. All the questions reflect the discipline of the design profession and demand positive answers, although there are different levels of achievement in each case.


Indicators of Achievement

  • Students use specified elements and principles of art in each graphic experience.
  • Students recognize and identify the elements and principles of art in each design, particularly those specified in each assignment.
  • Students use appropriate techniques specific to each design experience. Students use processes appropriate to each design experience.
  • Students demonstrate a progression in each experience that moves from experimentation to execution with confidence.



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