In this course, critique is defined as a detailed, objective analysis of a work of graphic design and its effectiveness. Critique is an integral part of the making process for designers: it’s not just how we determine if a work of design is or is not successful, it’s how we move our work forward. Critique is also where other voices and opinions can be brought into the design process.
The Language of Design: Form and MeaningCalifornia Institute of the Arts
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TOP REVIEWS FROM THE LANGUAGE OF DESIGN: FORM AND MEANING
It was well structured and every video, quiz and peer review helped the concepts and teachings really sink in. With that being said, I'm definitely going to take the course again and again and again
Overall the course is well designed in terms of broad and depth. However. although the course does not have any prerequisite, it is a little bit challenging for the beginner in graphic design.
It is a good course to build your critiquing skills and be properly able to understand the intention behind certain design decisions, if a bit simplistic.
Bit more theoretical than I thought. I expected more insight on design patterns but still, it was enjoyable and illuminating nonetheless.
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