Movements of Industrial Design, Graphic Design, Interior Design and Architecture
To introduce the history of design from the beginning of the 15th century.
To meet dozens of artists, architectures and designers from the 15th century till today.
Who marked the history in the field of design.
The course is about deriving design from art, directions to industrial design, graphic design, interior design, architecture, as well as their impact on modern trends in design and art.
Students will gain a basic knowledge of the history of art and design, which will able them to recognize periods and authors by just looking some art or design work.
In addition to the general characteristics of movements processed during the course, there is also description of society’s status then, which through the history influenced artists and designers.
Objective of this course is to introduce students with different design directions so to be able to connect the design expression with the social circumstances of the period to which they belong and apply their knowledge to future graphics solutions.
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ABC Tuts is a blend of different types of tutorials which offer quality e-Learning solutions that teach using quality narrated videos backed-up with practical hands-on examples and comprehensive working files.
The mission of ABC Tuts is to foster student learning through different types of tutorials integrating design, technology, business and languages.
The accent is on teaching skills that are essential for progressing in today’s commerical environment.
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Free History of Art and Design from XV to XXI century course