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カリフォルニア芸術大学(California Institute of the Arts) による The Language of Design: Form and Meaning の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック

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In this course, critique is defined as a detailed, objective analysis of a work of graphic design and its effectiveness. Critique is an integral part of the making process for designers: it’s not just how we determine if a work of design is or is not successful, it’s how we move our work forward. Critique is also where other voices and opinions can be brought into the design process. This course will introduce a lexicon (or vocabulary) in order for you to demonstrate clearer and more considered ways of talking about graphic design in the context of critique. Through this lexicon and a provided Critique Framework, we will model and then practice objectively describing how well a work of design functions based on specific, clearly articulated criteria. By refining this skill, you will enhance your ability to communicate about design with peers, colleagues, and clients. This course is essential to anyone looking to develop and refine a critical vocabulary around talking about art and design, such as: - practicing graphic designers at all levels - future and current students of art or design programs - teachers teaching visual art, design, or related subjects - any stakeholder in a design project that needs to communicate effectively with designers on their team. This course is recommended to learners enrolled in either the Graphic Design Specialization or UI/UX Design Specialization on Coursera to further develop their skills in graphic design. You may take this course before, during, or after completing either Specialization. Note this is not an art appreciation course for a general audience. While no prior experience is required to begin, the knowledge and skills taught in this course is useful only if you have some relationship to design in a professional context, i.e., practicing, studying, or teaching design, or working directly with designers. No specific software or tools are required to complete this course....

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D
2020年7月10日

With this course, I've learned to critique 'design work' in a meaningful framework. The course was informative and clear. The examples and explanations are helpful. Thank you for this course.

SV
2020年8月25日

Besides trying to find some form and meaning in a design of art, the course also teaches to make meaningful connections when you form and express your own thoughts.

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by Olimpia P

2020年7月30日

Very very good and useful for me

by I G D P

2020年5月20日

this course is really educated

by piyush b

2020年6月22日

It was interesting learning

by Rajeswari J

2021年5月31日

Very good and informative!

by GOBI D

2020年4月18日

Thanks for the opportunity

by Emmanuel F N

2021年5月6日

Learnt a whole new lot!!

by Winston A W

2020年5月8日

Excellent, thank you.

by Phatcharaphan T

2020年5月2日

i love this course

by Mayurakshi C

2020年9月20日

Brilliant course.

by sameh m

2020年7月19日

Excellent course

by Oscar F

2020年11月17日

Really enjoyed.

by TRIP S

2020年4月26日

Really helpful

by MD A R A

2020年8月15日

Excellent !!!

by Vinka A

2021年8月2日

Thats great!

by Lobarkhon M

2020年7月22日

It was GREAT

by Sahejdeep k

2020年4月8日

Very helpful

by Muhamad R S

2020年5月22日

Insightfull

by udayani d

2022年1月22日

​excellent

by Agrippin P K

2020年11月15日

Thank you

by Naren P

2020年8月15日

top notch

by Ravulapalli A S C

2020年6月28日

soo good

by Ujjwal S

2020年6月2日

Awesome

by Erick O Z

2021年3月24日

Good

by AMAN M

2021年8月20日

5

by Tan Y N

2020年5月17日

Great course, with distilled content and very interesting case studies. I particularly appreciated the instructors' efforts in choosing a range of case studies and going through them in great detail, which helped to put many of the taught concepts into context. However, this course would be more suitable for those with some background in design, instead of complete beginners, as a general knowledge of art styles, visual languages and the nuances of design is still needed to keep up with the assignments.