I thought the assignments worked really cohesively with one another. It helped to keep terms and skills in mind from one assignment to the next. The lecture videos were great, short, and to the point.
i really enjoyed this course and i liked the part where we interact with other artists around the world. i learned a lot about typography and i think it'm ready to continue in my journey with art.
By Reeha F K•
Fun & Informative
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A bit too basic
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By Chloe S•
This is a nice intro, but it is very historically based, and as I'm more of a `maker`, I felt that I would have rather made more, instead of learning about the past of multiple typefaces. I felt a bit unprepared for the last assignment, which required much more composition practice than what had been taught during the class. The last week could use some more studies of the process to create a typographic poster (the same way Fundamentals of Graphic design focused on the iterative process to build a poster, showing all parameters that could be played with). I find that showing the process is more instructive than showing the final piece and studying it. A good course still, but it could be improved !
By Markus R•
Very interesting topic, but even for an introductory course not nearly enough to justify a full 4 week course for € 71!
The first course, Fundamentals of Graphic Design, had more content, more (optional) assignments, and covered Typography, too.
By Rania M S M•
i think some point in the course need more explanation , too much information in little time
i wish that the instructor give his feed back about all the assignments , this will be very helpful and useful , but the course is good and useful
By shubhangi g•
The overall course was nice and helpful. I just feel like the last assignment should have more parts. Like the course should at least one example video on how to design the poster, before giving an assignment on designing a poster.
By Sergio G F•
I learn that typography is much deeper than I thought but some of the theoretical explanations about how readable some typefaces are are subjective and it depends on each individual or what they are used to.
By E. C C•
Basic overview of Typographical ideas, terms and so forth. A bit short and not very technical, but playing with Type as an integral part of design was really fun and inspirational.
By Ramzi O•
Generic, I feel like a lot of this is found on youtube and can be learnt online. its getting a bit old and needs revision for post 2020 market and ideas
By Dax C•
The course itself is great, however, the comments were not helpful, wrong and downright disrespectful, coursera should pay attention to this problem.
By ANUSHA C•
peer grade review takes a lot of time and even when i have submitted the assignment before time its not being reviewed.
By Pajera D•
If you are beginer, this is suit to you. But if you have experience in graphic design field, this is too easy.
By Adrienn B•
In the first 2 weeks there was no hands-on project, literally nothing exciting just dry material.
By Euan M•
Would have welcomed more or longer lectures, and more variety in the assignments.
By Carlise T•
It was extremely high level. I would have appreciated more content in the videos.
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