Professional Crafts: Design (PCD)
Intro to Craft DesignPCD-110, Lecture: 1, Lab: 3, Credits: 2No prerequisites.No corequisites.
This course introduces the basic principles, elements, vocabulary,and process of two-dimensional design within the context ofprofessionally produced crafts. Emphasis is placed on general designconcepts and vocabulary, conceptual thinking, design processapplication, and observational skills. Upon completion, studentsshould be able to demonstrate enhanced observational skills and aworking knowledge of design vocabulary, concepts, and processes.
Advanced Craft DesignPCD-111, Lecture: 1, Lab: 3, Credits: 2
- Take PCD-110
This course explores the conceptual process of design as applied tothe three-dimensional form. Emphasis is placed on solvingthree-dimensional design problems which are material, function, site,or client specific. Upon completion, students should be able toapply an enhanced understanding of the relationship between designconcept, process, and product in three-dimensional form.
Prof Craft DesignPCD-211, Lecture: 1, Lab: 3, Credits: 2
- Take PCD-110
This course covers the development of customer- or site-influenceddesign and the development and design of craft marketing promotionalmaterials. Topics include customer-guided, site-specific, and otherdesign influences and development and design of logos, hang tags, websites, brochures, and related promotional materials. Uponcompletion, students should be able to design within site, customer,or other limitations and complete a design package for their personalmarketing needs.