Nov 27, 2016
Its been a great course, many info and points that are fantastic in the learning or adding new knowledge always. I will always recommend this course for those who want to know more and learn design.
Dec 05, 2016
Loved it and all the examples the teachers put into it, as well as the organization and evolution of themes. Big thank you to the teacher ladies. I learned a lot and enjoyed the lessons very much.
By Liangchi C•
Nov 20, 2017
Through this course, I have learned many great examples of graphic design and how people convey ideas through image over the last centuries. I would like to develop my own style after seeing others' works.
By Ibrahim N•
Jul 18, 2016
Too example based course but indeed very interesting for exploring the ages of graphic design hitory
By Peter R•
Jan 03, 2017
By Kolya K•
Mar 30, 2018
Great Course, got lot of knowledge. A little short and required to continuing studying on your own.
By Tigran G•
Nov 12, 2017
All was very good, but if after every video put a little quiz it will be better to understand and remember the material
By Hector E•
Aug 30, 2016
Although this course is rich in content, it lacks a lot of perspective around The History of Graphic Design, since it only talks from the american point of view.
By Vijayasundaram M•
Mar 01, 2017
The course was well structured; and provided opportunity to seek and learn more on the topics dicussed
By Nene W•
Feb 22, 2017
I learnt quite alot about design luminaries. Would prefer if it was truely global but still a very interesting course
By Virginia L•
Nov 17, 2017
I love the examples, the theory behind without being too didactic. It could be longer
By Megan C•
Aug 15, 2016
This was a very interesting and informative addition to this specialization. I loved the lecturer's style, and found this to be one of my favourite offerings so far. Very much looking forward to the capstone course and project.
Oct 24, 2016
Clear pattern of graphic design history!
Jul 27, 2016
it gives a good understanding of graphic design evolution from post second WW to contemporary time. Very focused on American design.
By Lauren M•
Jul 18, 2017
I didn't feel like I learned much from this course that I didn't learn in the intro course. I understand there are a lot of way to make and display images, but I didn't think the assignments were that helpful.
By Elizabeth O•
Dec 18, 2017
Interesting and informative. More historic and research based than creating and doing. The professeur's lectures were bit fragmented and scattered at times which made it more difficult to follow, but great information overall.
By E. C C•
Apr 06, 2017
Solid, if minimal introduction to some points from the History of Graphic Design.
By Maria B•
Sep 12, 2017
i would prefer more insight into the european design
By Joly F Z•
Aug 08, 2018
It gives a quick overview of key milestones in graphic design history through examples. It is very enjoyable and I have learnt to analyse the design thinking behind different work and appreciate design more.
By Tereza K•
Aug 13, 2018
I've learned a lot thanks to this course. It is a great part of whole specialization because of the brief introduction to the history. It is very clearly described and inspiring. Actually I would appreciate to continue with my education about history :) So I can just recommend this course.
By Joy S•
Oct 01, 2018
I am not into art. Nevertheless, this class and the others in this specialty were surprisingly interesting.
By Nicholas S H•
May 06, 2019
I would like to know about how graphic design occurred in non-US or European countries.
By Amor S•
Oct 16, 2019
If there are some recommendation for reading, it would be better.
By David M•
Nov 04, 2019
It was fun and helpful to view other designer's work through different generations. This course was a great way to view references and become inspired with certain techniques and new approaches to graphic design.
By Samantha F•
Apr 05, 2019
This course provided a solid foundation in graphic design - though limited to a Western history. Today it seems as though Bauhaus-influenced minimalism is an all-encompassing design approach. As a new designer, it would have been beneficial to understand alternative or reactionary approaches (maximalism is a new design buzzword, for example) and traditions from outside the USA/Western Europe schools of design - especially as these are difficult things to research independently.
By Sami L•
Dec 06, 2016
The course being concentrated exclusively on the design ideas of United States, it's quite literally "some ideas from the history of graphic design". Some of the choices for the contents of the course were, from the continental point of view, rather odd, though that did not make them any less interesting. As a summary: the course was interesting enough to be passed through.
By Arshla J•
Sep 24, 2016
Informative and sometimes fascinating.