Digital Communication II

LAR 52o
Spring 2015

This course focuses on discipline-specific modes of representation, digital tools, technical drawing modes and conventions, and fundamental compositional concerns. In addition to these visual and graphic modes of representation, students learn cross-media software workflows and multi-media strategies for generating and communicating design ideas. The course focuses on building comprehensive basic skill sets with emphasis on visualization and communication authored with vector and raster-based software, mixed analog/digital media, and animation techniques. The course content is organized into three learning modules: representing time; plan + section; perspective + animation. 

Student work by Sarah Newton 2015 University of Tennessee, MLA

Student work by Kyra Wu 2015 University of Tennessee, MLA

Student work by Natalie Graham 2015 University of Tennessee, MLA

Student work by Kate Choi 2015 University of Tennessee, MLA