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Art

Graphic Design

Glen Bach

Assoc. Prof. Glen Bach
Telephone: 509-963-1544
bachg@cwu.edu

 

 

 

Through the design of print and digital media, our students are challenged to exceed their preconceived limits. A balance of visual aesthetics and critical thinking encourages open discerning inquiry and the clear communication of ideas. Our graduates are then enabled to enter the ever-changing professional world with confidence in their skills, abilities, and potential.

 

Philosophy:
The role of the graphic designer is to communicate messages to selected audiences through the organization of words and images. This has a tremendous impact on the world, as well as the things we live with and value. Graphic design is a global language in which the designer must be aware of international life-styles, markets and the cultural differences that affect the meanings of words and symbols. Typical projects that graphic designers create include, electronic media, logos, brochures, posters, label and package designs.Through the design of print and digital media, our students are challenged to exceed their preconceived limits. A balance of visual aesthetics and critical thinking encourages open discerning inquiry and the clear communication of ideas. Our graduates are then enabled to enter the ever-changing professional world with confidence in their skills, abilities, and potential.

 

 

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