TY1DP1: Part 1
Design Practice

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New work from our Part 1 
BA Graphic Communication students

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A client has written a novel and asks you to develop a concept that enhances the visual dimension of the story through the book’s form and materiality.

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Lettering – in the form of letters, words, messages – is everywhere, indoors and out.

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Two images to illustrate a ‘given’ noun. The second image adds _one element_ to change the feeling or meaning of the first image.

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Creating a monogram, a graphic representation of your initials

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How is graphic language being used to communicate public health information in a global pandemic: collecting contemporary communications

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Inspired by the work of David Pearson, Harland Miller and others who enjoy playing with established design classics, create a perfect copy of a classic Penguin … then have some fun …

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Starting with just six glyphs from a given font, design additional letterforms in the same style by careful analysis of the existing shapes.

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Get to know another student on the course, and user what you learn about them to design them a perfect present.

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Start with some completely unformatted (and horribly copy-edited) text, and turn it into a coherently presented document that articulates an information hierarchy and supports user goals.