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DSGN 495-39: Visual Storytelling

Description

This course explores a broad definition of “story” and introduces techniques for crafting, visualizing, and sharing in both analog and digital forms. Using the building blocks of story as a foundation, the course will cover the art of graphic facilitation, illustrated journey maps, storyboarding, animatics, and narrative video. Deliverables for the first 5 weeks will be completed by hand, the last 5 weeks will use computers to achieve the desired end result. This course will balance rote practice (muscle-building for rapid visualization), a personal inventory of visual elements and shorthand, and the craft of time-based mediums and narrative framing.

Priority is given to MS EDI students.

Quarter Offered

Winter

DSGN 495-39 Visual Storytelling
Meets Tuesday, 6:30-9:30 p.m. in Ford G.201/205
Instructor: Antonio Garcia

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